A team of rebel women and girls using dress that is traditional their shooting skills for the Mexican Revolution in 1911.
The Mexican Revolution rose away from a battle for civil liberties and land and would fundamentally topple the dictatorship of Porfirio Diaz and start a modern age for Mexico. The war, which were only available in 1910, had been, at its core, among the first revolutions that are social women—as well as men—were driven to battle. The conflict also offered a moment to break from traditional female roles for many women. Continue reading “Whenever Ladies Took Up Arms to battle in Mexico’s Revolution”