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==Welcome to the Nasty Princesses Wiki==
 
==Welcome to the Nasty Princesses Wiki==

Latest revision as of 14:32, 15 December 2016


Welcome to the Nasty Princesses Wiki[edit | edit source]

This wiki is about women who have made a difference, and may not always get recognized for their efforts.

What are Nasty Princesses?[edit | edit source]

The phrase "nasty woman" was recently popularized when Donald Trump called Hillary Clinton that name during the third election debate on October 19th, 2016. Nasty women (and nasty princesses) are smart women who get things done. We are reclaiming what was intended as an insult and embracing it. Here's to all the Nasty Princesses out there!

We were originally inspired by another fabulous site - Rejected Princesses, please do visit and enjoy all their stories; then take your inspiration and come contribute to this wiki!


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