Khutulun was a Mongolian princess, great great granddaughter of Gengis Khan, who was the daughter of a warlord. Though he had fourteen sons, Khutulun was his favorite child for her physical and athletic prowess as well as her military insights. He would ride to battle with her at his side. Khutulun declared that she would not marry a man who couldn’t beat her in wrestling. Every man that stood against her forfeited a hundred horses if he lost - by her early twenties, she had 10,000 horses and no husband. Her parents grew concerned and eventually she married to stop rumors that she had an incestuous relationship with her father. Some say the man she married was a prisoner who had attempted to assassinate her father. 
I might do my thesis about Khutulun! 

Khutulun was a Mongolian princess, great great granddaughter of Gengis Khan, who was the daughter of a warlord. Though he had fourteen sons, Khutulun was his favorite child for her physical and athletic prowess as well as her military insights. He would ride to battle with her at his side. Khutulun declared that she would not marry a man who couldn’t beat her in wrestling. Every man that stood against her forfeited a hundred horses if he lost - by her early twenties, she had 10,000 horses and no husband. Her parents grew concerned and eventually she married to stop rumors that she had an incestuous relationship with her father. Some say the man she married was a prisoner who had attempted to assassinate her father. 

I might do my thesis about Khutulun!