Has anyone else been seeing those commercials with the deformed looking vegetables too? Do you really think kids can’t figure that one out? Everyone knows Viagra exists. I don’t need to think about your flaccid member when I’m watching anything. You can’t even handle me talking about cramps!
India Rules Sex With a Child Bride Is Always Rape in a Massive Win for Girls’ Rights:
We hear so much bad news from India and women’s rights. It’s so wonderful to hear good news in the advancement of women’s rights!
Happy International Women’s Day everyone! It’s sad we need a day like this in 2019. I hope one day we don’t need a international women’s day anymore…
Mamie Shields Pyle (1866-1949)
was a leading suffragist in the state of South Dakota. Her efforts were crucial
in the adoption of the Nineteenth Amendment and the introduction of the women’s
She lobbied intensely for women’s suffrage and
was involved with numerous organisation across the state and the entire
country. After the amendment was passed, she served as the President of the
South Dakota League of Women Voters. In 1920, she was the first woman ever chosen
as an elector in the United States, for the presidential election of that year.
Marie Stritt (1855-1928) was a prominent feminist
and suffragist in Germany. She helped improve women’s rights in terms of
politics, society and reproductive health.
She worked with groups
such as the Women’s Legal Aid Society and the International Woman Suffrage
Alliance, of which she was a leader. She was also a founder and chair of the International
Alliance of Women, who still works today to promote women’s rights around the
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I’ve set up an instagram account. I will be more active there. Will you follow? 🙂
Mary Lee (1821-1909) was an
Irish-Australian suffragist and social reformer. She campaigned extensively for
women’s and children’s rights in South Australia.
She was part of a group that campaigned for
child labour laws and better working condition for women, among others; in
1885, the group’s efforts led to the age of consent being raised from 13 to 16.
She helped create the South Australian Women’s Suffrage League in 1889 – women were
granted the vote five years later.