"Every now and then, uh, typically about once a year, my wife and I put on a costume party and we always have some sort of theme for the costumes. One year it was mythological beings, another year it was something astronomical or a heavenly body. One year, the date of the costume party was April 1st, April Fool’s Day, so we said ‘Come as a king, a queen, a knave, or a fool.’ For that one - and Feynman usually came to these, by the way - for that one, Feynman came dressed as Queen Elizabeth II. He wore a very plain green dress, wig, perfectly awful white hat, purse, gloves, and he sat primly in a chair, and looked regally around, nodding regally to everyone who said hello to him. At the end of the evening he did a striptease."
Albert Hibbs, physicst & friend of Richard Feynman
Creates hundreds of theories on physics, solves decades-old questions of an extremely complex nature, and doesn’t give a fuck about gender roles.