The Art of Cliff Cramp
Hm, not bad. But don't you think female pirates would always have their hair tied back, due to lack of cleaning? Just a thought.
If you wanted to go for that level of realism, ender, you wouldn't even imply that female pirates were possible.In that day and age, having women on the ship was very bad luck. If a woman did happen to be aboard and the crew agreed to it, she would be blamed and in danger at the first sign of trouble.Furthermore, if she were found stowed away, she would probably be put to death immediately...just after the crewmen raped her. Since they thought women were bad luck on the seas, there weren't any to be found once they left harbor.
not necessarily, there were some very famous female pirates. such as...Charlotte Badger, widely considered to be the first Australian female pirateAnne Bonny, lover of "Calico Jack" RackhamChing ShihMary CrickettCharlotte de BerryJaquotte DelahayeAnne Dieu-Le-VeutCatherine HagertyLady Mary KilligrewLai Choi San of Macau, probably the original "dragon lady"Grace O'Malley, The Sea Queen Of ConnemaraMary Read, a crossdressing female pirateSadie the Goat, who headbutted her victims before taking their moneyRachel Wall, considered to be the first American female pirate.and yes that list is taken directly from wikipedia.
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