Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is best known for her self-portraits, particularly her Blue House series. She went on to paint other self-portraits, including Self-Portrait With Monkey and Self-Portrait with Hummingbird and Snake, using her own body as the subject. The Mexican painter is also known for her use of vibrant colors, pouring paint and for experimenting with different types of paint media and techniques. Third Wave Feminism is a name for ideologies and movements that have emerged since the 1970s. The movement draws its inspiration from second-wave feminism, which emerged during the 1960s and pushed for equality between women and men. Third-wave feminism is depicted by stronger, more independent women who refuse to settle for the status quo, who challenge the gender status quo and who fight for women’s rights that include reproductive rights and equality in political representation. Third-wave feminism has been credited with the rise of the feminist pop culture movements of the 1980s. These movements include Riot Grrrl and queer theory. Third-wave feminism is also believed to have influenced the rise of sexual freedom, the postmodernist tenet of selfhood and the rise of “the personal is political”. Kahlo’s work continues to be highly influential and widely appreciated by art lovers today.