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BIGBIG was conceived taking invaluable inspiration from the classy, sassy, kickass-y women presented below. Without their breadth of heart to uplift others, depth of soul to conquer adversity, and brilliance of mind to bring the impossible to life, we wouldn’t be here at all!


Belva Lockwood (1830-1917) was an attorney, politician, educator, and activist born a farmer’s daughter in Royalton, New York. She was a suffragette, Temperance advocate, the first female lawyer to practice in front of the Supreme Court, and ran for President of the United States, a mix of determination and brains.


Gypsy Rose Lee (1911-1970) was an American burlesque entertainer, actress, author, and playwright. She was celebrated equally for her tongue-in-cheek striptease act and brilliant business acumen, a mix of body, beauty, and brains.


Harriet Tubman (1822-1913) was an abolitionist and political activist who saved seventy enslaved people using the Underground Railroad, and served as a spy for the United States Army. Born into slavery as a woman, she never stopped fighting and became one of America’s most important historical figures, a mix of courage and heart.


Simone de Beauvoir (1908-1986) was a French author, feminist theorist, existentialist philosopher, and political activist. She is accredited as one of the foundational leaders of feminism today and championed women’s freedoms all of her life, a mix of brains and even more brains.


Tallulah Bankhead (1902-1968) was a flamboyant, outrageous actress and humanitarian who gave generously to hospitals and spoke tirelessly for Finnish refugees in World War Two. She was also known for her devastating wit and vivacious, free-spirited personality, a mix of beauty and heart.


Tomyris (sixth century B.C.E.) was a widowed warrior queen who ruled over a nomadic Eastern Iranian tribe called the Massagetae. She is credited with defeating and killing Cyrus the Great, a mix of bravery and badassery.