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Young French feminists demonstrate with the posters that state "French Women want to vote."

When women got the right to vote in 25 places around the world

In many countries, universal suffrage is a relatively recent privilege. Here's when women won the right to vote in 25 places around the world.
Women rally for the right to vote in London, 1920.

31 photos show what life was like for women 100 years ago

Vintage photographs show suffragettes fighting for equal rights, as well as what life was like at home and work for women in the 1920s.
Protesters at the Los Angeles Women's March in 2018.

The Equal Rights Amendment has now been ratified by enough states to become law, but that doesn’t mean it will

After Virginia ratified the amendment on Monday, it could become law. Advocates and conservatives alike are gearing up for a clash over it.
A young Meghan Markle wrote to Procter & Gamble to complain about its marketing, and the company later changed it.

8 times regular people encouraged companies to make major changes

Consumers, including kids, have written to companies, such as Lego, Gap, Procter & Gamble, to suggest ways they could improve their businesses — and sometimes, those companies have taken note.
People take part in the Women's March in Manhattan in New York City, New York, U.S., January 20, 2018.

The National Archives blurred out signs criticizing Trump in an exhibited photo of the Women’s March

Archives staff blurred the word "Trump" on marchers' signs that read "God Hates Trump" and "Trump & GOP — Hands Off Women."
The restored 19th century mansion was modeled after Louis XIII's hunting lodge at Versailles.

See inside the $3.6 million Gilded Age Newport mansion Jennifer Lawrence just got married in

Jennifer Lawrence got married at a 19th-century mansion that was home to a horse-obsessed bachelor, a suffragette Vanderbilt, and, supposedly, ghosts.

1 in 5 Muslim women in Malaysia believe husbands have a right to beat their wives

70% of Muslim women said polygamy was a right for men, but only 32% would allow it for their own marriage.
Saudi women's rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul is seen in this undated handout picture

The family of a prominent jailed Saudi women’s-rights activist says she turned down a deal to deny being tortured and sexually assaulted in pris...

Human-rights groups say several Saudi activists arrested last year were tortured and sexually abused while in prison.
Saudi women can now travel without a male's permission.

Saudi Arabian women no longer need a man’s permission to travel. Here are the biggest changes they’ve seen in the last 2 years.

Women in Saudi Arabia are allowed to travel without a male guardian. Saudi women have seen many changes in the last two years. Here's a list of them.
Harriet Tubman.

A mock-up of the redesigned $20 bill featuring Harriet Tubman leaked — after it was delayed by the Trump administration

The New York Times published a leaked a mock-up for the new $20 bill with Harriet Tubman Friday. The Trump administration delayed its release to 2028.