More

7 Ways To Tell If You Are A Bad-Ass Woman

Yep, OK, so I've used a bunch of gifs and fictional characters here to illustrate my point. But hey, I hope these seven signs from these snazzy ladies inspire some of you, too. Gentlemen: Take note.

1. When you don't self-deprecate, put yourself down, or play down your achievements.

Let's quit the putting ourselves down, ladies, cuz it's only hurting ourselves.


<br>

2. When you stand your ground like a total boss.

Even when you stand your ground quite literally, like this bad-ass.

<br>

3. When you go out and protest and you have this look on your face.

This little girl and her awesome dad are protesting sexual violence in India.

<br>

4. When you are not afraid of your sexuality.

Or if you have game, props to you.

"Parks and Recreation" fans, appreciate.

<br>

5. When you can give real talk and not be afraid of holding back from speaking your mind.

Damn it, Lucy Liu ... she gives it to the world straight.

<br>

6. When you appreciate the power of pizza. Cuz let's be real here.

BRING BACK DARIA.

<br>

7. When you get shot in the head and you still fight for your rights.

If you don't know who Malala Yousafzai is, here's a reminder.

<br>

So, basically, if you can relate to any of these things, go ahead and do your best damn Beyonce dance.

Thomas R. Petersen / Twitter

There are a few things you shouldn't do on social media if you want to keep your job. One of them is posting quotes attributed to Adolph Hitler.

It shouldn't matter if you're a school teacher, construction worker, or play wide receiver for the Philadelphia Eagles, you should lose your job for sharing Hitler quotes. Heck, even if Trump advisor Stephen Miller — the architect of Trump's most racist policies — posted a quote attributed to Adolph Hitler, he'd probably lose his job, too.

On Saturday, July 4, Eagles Pro Bowl wide receiver DeSean Jackson posted a photo to his Instagram stories of a quote that was attributed to Adolph Hitler. He didn't make the post in an attempt to speak out against racism. Nope, his attempt was to promote anti-Semitism among Black people.

Keep Reading Show less