I fight like a girl. I fight like a girl who refuses to be a victim. I fight like a girl who’s tired of being ignored, humored, beaten or raped. I fight like a girl who’s sick of not being taken seriously. I fight like a girl who’s been pushed too far. I fight like a girl who offers and demands respect. I fight like a girl who has a lifetime of anger, strength, and pride pent up in her girly body. I fight like a girl who fights back. (insp.)
“He started by feeding his captive wasps yellow paper, and then gradually began introducing more shades. The insects soon created a technicolor home for their larvae. In addition to making for some unusual eye candy, the nest is sturdy as well. A protein in the saliva of European paper wasps is so effective in making their nests waterproof that it’s been used by scientists for a biodegradable drone.”
In 1942, the United States was faced with a severe shortage of pilots, so
an experimental program to replace males with female pilots was
created. The group of female pilots was called the Women Airforce
Service Pilots — WASP for short. Shirley Slade was one of about 1,100
chosen. She was trained to fly the B-26 and B-39, and that got her put
on the cover of Life magazine in 1943 at about 23 years old.