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  • Harriett Wilson (1786 - 1845)
    Harriett Wilson (Dubochet) Father was a Swiss Clock Maker in Mayfair, London of Swiss Nationality who took the name Wilson in 1801. Her parents had 15 children. Lovers included: William Craven,...
  • Dona Beja (1800 - c.1874)
    Ana Jacinta de São José , known as Dona Beja (Ant, 1800 - Luggage 1873) was an influential figure in the nineteenth century Araxá region in Minas Gerais. She came to Arax&#...
  • Bree Olson
    From Wikipedia : Rachel Marie Oberlin (born October 7, 1986), best known by her stage name Bree Olson, is an American former pornographic actress and Penthouse Pet. She performed in over 280 adult fi...
  • Jackie Collins (1937 - 2015)
    Jacqueline Jill "Jackie" Collins OBE (October 4, 1937 – September 19, 2015) was an English-American novelist. She wrote 32 novels, all of which have appeared on The New York Times bestsellers ...
  • Elizabeth (Fones) Winthrop Feake Hallet (1610 - 1673)
    Elizabeth Fones (21 January 1610 - 1668) was an early settler in the Massachusetts Bay Colony where her uncle John Winthrop served as Governor. Her subsequent behaviour would scandalize the Puritan col...

(adj) disgraceful, scandalous, shameful, shocking (giving offense to moral sensibilities and injurious to reputation) "scandalous behavior"; "the wicked rascally shameful conduct of the bankrupt"- Thackeray; "the most shocking book of its time"

From the Greek σκάνδαλον, a trap or stumbling-block. The metaphor is that wrong conduct can impede or "trip" people's trust or faith.

Let's celebrate women of scandal: mischievous, anarchistic, colorful, noisy women of immense moral courage.

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