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This blog is dedicated to show and change the looks of ridiculous female armors (and other outfits) that women tend to have in media; such as games and comics. The purpose is to show that over-sexualized women is not "empowering", but clearly offensive and ridiculous - not to mention it's also clearly out of context. We'll also show that their clothes could be greatly improved with a touch of common sense, equality and character. Feel free to submit!
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smaugthedesolator submitted:

My favourite book series as a child was always the Tortall series by Tamora Pierce (about strong women making it in a medieval world). One thing I noticed was that all the armour/cover images were really practical for the women.


Book Four or Series one, Lioness Rampant. (pic 1)

Book Four of Series three, Lady Knight. (pic 2)

I definitely suggest the series for anyone who is looking for a well-written set of female protagonists.

Love it! (:

Posted 1 year ago with 310 notes
Tagged:booksliteraturegood outfitstamora piercearmorfemale armor

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    No chain-mail bikinis for these ladies, they have work to do.
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    The books that started it all…
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    Oh shit I was all about these books in my youth. NOSTALGIA.
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    Tamora Pierce probably was formative in my feminism and love of strong female characters. And I LOVED her promotion of...
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    Fantastic! SO getting these books for my future kids. :)
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    Also she’s been getting a lot better at diversity. (I’m re-reading her books currently). Most of her protagonists are...
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    Tamora Pierce inducted me into the world of fantasy.
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    The author’s name is Tamora?
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