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Are you in for a reckless adventure? In this fun dress-up game you get to dress this hot lady pirate any way you like. Make her look faboulus. Have Fun!
Do you like pirates, have few minutes on hand, and want to something fun, and do you also enjoy to play a fun internet browser game? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play the free Lady Pirate game online right now. Am I right? ;)
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According to WikiPedia there have been some lady pirates over the years. While piracy was predominantly a male occupation, a minority of pirates were women. Women sometimes became pirates themselves, though they tended to have to disguise themselves as men in order to do so. Pirates did not allow women onto their ships very often. Many women (and men) of the time were unable to perform the physically demanding tasks required of the crew. Additionally, women were often regarded as bad luck among pirates. The notorious pirate Anne Bonny began her life as the illegitimate daughter of a wealthy Irish lawyer. She was known for her fierce and courageous temper. Born in England in the late-17th century, Mary Read spent most of her youth disguised as her deceased half-brother so that her penniless mother could scam the boy's grandmother. Read turned pirate in the late-1710s, after buccaneers attacked the ship she was working on and impressed her into their ranks. She won a fearsome reputation. During a time when most women were denied an education and kept restrained to their homes, pirate Grace O'Malley led a 20-ship fleet that stood up to the might of the British monarchy. After taking the reigns in the 1560s, she continued a family tradition of piracy by plundering English and Spanish shipping vessels and attacking rival chieftains. Her escapades were legendary, one tale claims she did battle at sea only a day after giving birth. Rachel Wall's biography is peppered with myths and legends, but if certain tales about her are true, she was one of the first and only American women to try her hand at piracy. Her strategy was as ingenious as it was brutal. Whenever a storm passed through the region, the buccaneers would dress their boat up to look like it had been ravaged by rough seas. The comely Rachel would then stand on the deck and plead for aid from passing ships. When the unsuspecting rescuers came near, they were promptly boarded, robbed and murdered.