What happened at the Seneca Falls Convention, and what was its significance? Find out the leaders who organized it and and read the summary.
Ever wonder about the history of the birth control pill? Did you know it was once illegal to even TALK about? Find out why…
Can women be firefighters? YES, thanks to these trailblazing female firefighters. Still, women make up less than 5% of firefighters in the US today and are still struggling for equality.
Amelia Bloomer was a women’s rights activist famous for popularizing “bloomers.” A women’s rights activist, writer, and editor, she founded a newspaper called The Lily which she used to advocate for women’s suffrage and temperance as well as more sensible dress for women. The Early Life of Amelia Jenks Bloomer Amelia Bloomer was born Amelia […]
Ever wondered why a married woman can be addressed by her husband’s name? It’s because married women didn’t exist under the law of coverture.
These 3 brave female astronauts made history despite the odds, and paved the way for women in space and science after them.
Wondering what have women invented? Check out these inventions by women – some you probably use at home in your daily life!
Who are the most famous female speakers in history? Learn about the top 3 best women speakers in history and what makes them the best.
Born Anne-Josèphe Terwagne on 13 August 1762, but better known as Théroigne de Méricourt, Théroigne is a sad, yet fascinating figure who was a political activist of the French Revolution. The French press turned her into a flamboyant caricature, labeling her a “patriots’ whore” or a “female war chief” and praising her for impersonating the […]
The infamous eighteenth-century courtesan Grace Dalrymple Elliott’s birth has not been recorded, but she was certainly born in Scotland, most likely in Edinburgh around 1754. She was to grow up to achieve a scandalous notoriety due to her divorce and high-profile lovers — but there was much more to Grace than mere scandal. She was […]