Which Bad-A** Woman From History Are You?

To celebrate Women's History Month, find out which of these women you have the most in common with.

How would you spend your ideal Sunday afternoon?


Which show have you been binge watching on Netflix?

You never leave the house without...

What is your biggest pet peeve?

What best describes your love life?

What is your favorite beverage?

Which word do you most strongly identify with?

What was your favorite classic you read in high school?


Your Result: Coco Chanel

Coco Chanel is known for her iconic fashion and using the influence she had within the fashion world to change the way the world looked at women. We can thank Coco for the lack of corsets in our wardrobes, as well as the idea of casual clothing for women. Like Coco, you use your own particular talents to bring about change (and look great while doing it).

Your Result: Eleanor Roosevelt

Eleanor Roosevelt was so much more than the First Lady. She was a vocal supporter of civil rights, as well as many other causes that went against her husband's public stances. For the first time ever, the title of First Lady was being used to make a difference in the world. Like Eleanor, you go against what is expected of you and use your resources to make a difference.

Your Result: Queen Elizabeth I

Queen Elizabeth I was the first woman to rule England independently (translation: she don't need no man). Despite people urging her to get married, she insisted that she was married to her country and its people. Her reign is known as the Golden Age, so I guess she did a pretty good job. Like Elizabeth, you follow your gut even when it's something that has never been done before. Always remember: the Queen knows best.

Your Result: Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn is the epitome of class. Not only did she play some of the most iconic characters in film (because don't we all want to have Breakfast at Tiffany's?), but she was widely recognized for her humanitarian work with UNICEF. Like Audrey, you pave the way with your creativity, style, and desire to help others.

Your Result: Jane Austen

Jane Austen is timeless. She wrote her books in a time when being a female writer wasn't easy, but she followed her passion and wrote books that have defined the term "classic." She's one of the most beloved writers of all time and wrote some of the strongest female characters around. Like Jane, you channel your inner Elizabeth Bennet and do what you want even when it's not easy.

Your Result: Marie Curie

Marie Curie was a physicist and chemist and became the first woman to win a Nobel Prize (and then another one, no big deal). Like Marie, you use your intelligence and desire to go where no one has gone before.


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