If you choose to research the idea of the warrior woman, you will find huge quantities of fantastic images of the sexiest creatures you've ever seen - bedecked with weapons with hate emblazoned across their faces. The modern woman child has very little hope of understanding what a true warrior woman is.
Being a warrior woman isn't about being able to smash men into the ground. It's not about being angry or staying angry. It's not about being lithe and sexy with thighs that could crack walnuts. And it's not about being able to brandish any weapon you lay your hands upon, although that's probably quite nice and definitely handy for some situations!
It's about standing up for yourself, about straightening your hair and clothes after a battle and getting on with your business. Warrior women keep trying till they get it right. They look for ways to help themselves or to get help. Despite the social climates they endure, they hold their heads high and bring up their families as the best they can.
To a warrior woman, her birth stories are battle stories and her scars are a mark of pride. And a warrior woman understands that victims are survivors when they win through their challenges while warriors are veterans and heroines.
Argentina, Australia, Bangladesh, Croatia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, India, Ireland, Liberia, Lithuania, Phillipines and Switzerland.
Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdon, Queen Margarethe II of Denmark and Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands
Canada, St Luca, Antigua & Barbuda and Australia