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Miss Major Griffin-Gracy | The Stonewall Inn Rebellion

A Murderess Affair

Release Date: 06/29/2020

Omaima Nelson: The Cannibal  show art Omaima Nelson: The Cannibal

A Murderess Affair

Ick ick ick ick ick okay guys this one is a gross one today, like even I was hesitant about covering this one because it’s really messed up so consider this your overall warning about Omaima Nelson and how she murdered her husband. She is most commonly compared to Hannibal Lector and Jeffrey Dahmer, some of the most famous cannibals out there so just know that’s where we’re going today. 

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Linda and Charlotte Mulhall | The Scissor Sisters show art Linda and Charlotte Mulhall | The Scissor Sisters

A Murderess Affair

Our story this week takes us to Ireland, and we’re not just talking about one murderess, but two. Sisters, who murdered their mother’s abusive boyfriend and became internationally known as the Scissor Sisters. Their names are Linda and Charlotte Mulhall, from Dublin, Ireland.

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A Murderess Affair

Today, we’re talking about Shayna Hubers, who I heard about in this wonderful book called Porn and Murder. This is an actual book that I own on my kindle account. Shayna was convicted of murdering her on again/off again boyfriend Ryan Poston in 2012.

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A Halloween Affair: Guen Aguilar show art A Halloween Affair: Guen Aguilar

A Murderess Affair

It’s October aka the best month of the year and it’s time to get spooky! Or, at least more spooky than usual. This month, we’re going to be tying our women to the tropes we find most often in horror movies. Our first murderess? A woman who strangled her best friend for around $2000. Her name was Guen Garlejo Aguilar and she murdered Jane Parangan La Puebla in the early 2000s.

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A Murderess Affair

Razia Sultana, South Asia’s first female ruler. She was a sultan who broke across many barriers, first female ruler being only one of them. 

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Olive Yang: Burma's Female  Warlord.  show art Olive Yang: Burma's Female Warlord.

A Murderess Affair

This week we're talking about Yang Kyin Hsiu, aka "Olive" Yang. She was royalty turned warlord, who’s CIA supplied army had opium delivery routes all across the golden triangle. She also helped fund public schools in rural areas and dated famous Burmese actress Wah Wah Win Shwe. You can see how she definitely caught my attention. 

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The Doctor of the Wild West  show art The Doctor of the Wild West

A Murderess Affair

This week, we’re talking about Marie Equi, a Wild West style of doctor who was devoted to provide care to those who were working class or poor.  She was one of the first 60 women to be a physician in Oregon, and was the only female doctor from the Oregon team to help with the 1906 San Francisco earthquake disaster. 

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A Murderess Affair

HAPPY PRIDE MONTH Y’ALL!

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A Murderess Affair

This episode we talk about the "Lioness of Brittany", a woman who took revenge against King Philip IV by becoming a pirate and commandeering war ships known as the Black Fleet. Outraged by the execution of her husband, Jeanne de Clisson haunted the French fleet for 13 years during her piracy career, before deciding to marry and retire. Her story is definitely one you should know! 

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A Murderess Affair

After the disgusting woman of last week’s episode, Ghislaine Maxwell and her involvement with Epstein, I felt like it was important to cover a woman who’s story ended with her getting her own justice.Now, trigger warning for mentions of rape, but our story is Timoclea of Thebes, who murdered the man who raped her by pushing him down a well and throwing heavy stones on him until he died.

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Welcome back to the revolution. This week’s edition, we’re talking about a woman who is unapologetically herself in every situation, who’s been an activist longer than I’ve been breathing, and is a veteran of the Stonewall Rebellion. Miss Major Griffin-Gacy. 

Stonewall Info: https://tinyurl.com/ybz7keaj

Miss Major's website: https://https://missmajor.net/