Ariel Simien; English III-H-7
Kahlo was unashamed and proud in her hair, skin and structure, despite it's lack of feminine asthetic
Frida standing with Leo Trotsky, famous political refugee whom she housed while he hid from punishment from Russia.
Controversial mural by Frida's husband, Diego Rivera, featuring a noticeable picture of Lenin.
Frida's disobedience was almost entirely centered around her hatred of the government placed all around her, as well as the standards Mexico adopted that contradicted her way of life. Due to her decision to live as a 'rebel,' Frida faced jail time, social ostracizing and discomfort in her own country. Thoreau faced the same, due to similar circumstances, and because of this, both Thoreau and Kahlo are engraved in history as well as my list of phenomenal rebels.