In the early days of the internet, photographs were often used to showcase an artist’s personal or professional goals.
“In the 1950s, it was the Beatles who used photographs of themselves as a way of showing off,” says Richard Gage, the author of the book The Most Dangerous Women in America.
In the years since, there have been more than a few iconic photographs that have become emblematic of the way we view women on social media.
Take the photo of Marilyn Monroe in the early 1980s, or the photo from the 1980s of singer/songwriter Linda Ronstadt.
Or the infamous photo of singer Madonna wearing a hijab to a concert in 2010.
The image is part of a larger cultural movement that has seen the use of images of women as a symbol of empowerment, with many of the images depicting women as powerful, independent and independent of men, which is a common view of women.
But the image is also a controversial one, and it is a widely-held view that women should never be photographed in public, even for a photo op.
Many feminists have long argued that such photos are often used as a means to intimidate women, and to promote a patriarchal society.
In response to this view, in 2017, a new policy called #BiasBias was created, which aims to address this view and other misconceptions.
Since then, there has been a flurry of photos of women in public being photographed.
Here are 10 of the best.
“The Most Daring”The iconic photo of model and activist Tess Holliday was taken in 1974, just as she was finishing her final year at Columbia University.
While the image has become synonymous with Holliday, she wasn’t the only woman to be photographed at the time.
In the late 1970s, the model Mary Elizabeth Williams was photographed on a beach with her husband, singer Billy Joe Armstrong, in New York City.
Both women are celebrated figures in the feminist movement, and their images are seen as a blueprint for a post-feminist world.
“Shining”Model Gigi Hadid was photographed by photographer Garry Winogrand in 2003, and the photo has been used as an inspiration for many women to make their own feminist statements.
“The most daring woman I ever met was Gigi,” said Hadid in a statement.
“I met her in her underwear, in the nude, and I never walked away.
She was an inspiring woman.”
“It’s the same as if you saw a beautiful girl, a beautiful body, a pretty face, and a beautiful heart, and you didn’t want to leave it, you just wanted to be there.”
This photo was taken by photographer Alex Garland, who said it was inspired by a woman he knew at the age of 11.
“I went into my bedroom and found this beautiful, pretty girl with her hair all over her body and she looked so young, and she said, ‘I’m 14 years old.
I’m pregnant,'” Garland said.
“And I thought, ‘Well, you know, I can do anything I want.'”
“I thought, this is so beautiful, I just want to give birth.”
“The Girl in the Red Dress”In 2016, singer/rapper Miley Cyrus was photographed in a red dress, which has become a popular image of women being photographed in the spotlight.
This photo, by photographer John Zagare, has been seen by many as a feminist icon.
“It shows me being fearless,” Cyrus told Rolling Stone magazine.
“If you want to get away from the spotlight, you’re not going to be in the public eye.”
“When I first started working on this project, I thought the world would be a little more enlightened about women, but it didn’t seem to change my mind.
We’re still told we have to be modest, we have no agency, that women can’t change things, that our bodies are things to be protected from.””
Dying for a Cause”This image was taken years before Miley had an album out, and is a celebration of the fact that women have the right to choose to die for their cause.
After years of being censored, Miley finally made it onto her album, but the photo is still widely used by feminists and the mainstream media.
“When you’re a celebrity, you get this image that you’re the most beautiful thing in the world,” says feminist activist and writer Tanya Bresnahan.
“But it’s a very false image, and women don’t always have the opportunity to be that.”
‘All of Us’ The photo of actress Carrie Fisher is used to highlight the struggles of a group of women who were living in poverty during the Vietnam War.
It’s a common sentiment among feminists, and Fisher was not the only one to have been a victim of the war.
The image has also been used to illustrate the