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Marilyn Monroe

I would totally carry my lunch to work in this. I can already picture the envious stares I'd get on the bus.

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Spice Girls

Spice up your lunch! You can say ziga, zig, ahhhh as you drink from the thermos.

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Charlie's Angels

Charlie's Angels was one of the first shows to feature women in traditionally male roles. OK — so they always looked great and answered to a disembodied voice named Charlie (and they were called "the Angels"), but the Angels worked as private investigators. I love this lunch box.

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Rosie the Riveter

Rosie proved that women, too, could work in the factories during World War II. This lunch box is perfect for a hardworking girl.

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Mork and Mindy

While this lunch box might fit under the "alien power" theme too, Mindy was a crucial part of the sitcom duo. Her character challenged the convention that men and women shouldn't live together as roommates!

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Wonder Woman

Did you know Wonder Woman was created as a distinctly feminist role model with a mission to bring the Amazon ideals of love, peace, and sexual equality to "a world torn by the hatred of men"? So this lunch box is officially feminist!

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Bettie Page

I would feel pretty badass carrying my peanut butter sandwich in a lunch pail clad with the Queen of Pinups.

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