Insidious Beast - Jeanne d'Arc!
Liberate Zealot - One of my favorite women is Mary Frith (alias Moll Cutpurse). She was born poor in the 16th century, stayed lower class her whole life, and never attached herself to powerful people. By rights she should have never been noticed and long forgotten, and yet she's had several plays and stories written about her and remains discussed to this day. And it's all because she was badly-behaved and refused to follow societal norms and gender roles about women. Mary was a pick-pocket, cross-dresser, pimp, fence, asexual woman and all around Roaring Girl!
Malanka Sveta - I like Catherine the Great. Stole the throne from her weak inneffective husband and then made her guards her male concubines. Sex positive, expanded her borders, was a patron of the arts, pro education for all, and totally kick ass at almost everything she did.
Suk Maklitt - I have to chose Mary Wollstonecraft, an eighteenth-century author and feminist philosopher. In her most famous work, 'A Vindication for the Rights of Women', she argued that women deserved the same human rights as men including the right to an education. Mary moved to France during the French Revolution and it was there she gave birth to her first daughter (out of wedlock which, during a period where women feared to show an ankle, lost her friends and respect). After moving back to England, Mary fell in love with William Godwin - the father of anarchy - whom she married whilst pregnant so their child wouldn't be illegitimate, unlike her first. It was, however, an unconventional marriage: Mary and William chose to be neighbours rather than live together so they could both retain their independence. Considering the attention Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter received for doing the same, you can imagine the tutting that occurred almost two hundred years earlier for Mary and William. Tragically, Mary died from complications after giving birth to her second daughter, Mary Shelley, the future author of Frankenstein. For over a century, Mary Wollstonecraft's work was ignored or thought to be of ill repute due to her nonconformist lifestyle. Nowadays, thankfully, Mary Wollstonecraft is deservedly recognised as intelligent, courageous and forward-thinking.