Isabella Tod (1836-1896) was a suffragist and activist of Scottish origins. She mainly worked to advance the rights of women in Ireland.
She founded the North of Ireland Women’s Suffrage Society in 1872, and organised the Liberal Women’s Unionist Association. She campaigned extensively to repeal the Contagious Diseases Acts, a law that allowed police to arrest and hold women suspected of being prostitutes for months – her organisation won the fight in 1866.
Texas Woman: I Was Forced to Consent to Bury Fetal Remains After Miscarriage in “Horrific” Ordeal:
If you can donate your bodily remains to science, why can’t you donate the remains of a miscarriage to science? It’s not law to bury or cremate your body after death, why is it law to do so with a corpse of a fetus? Many miscarriages happen even before the woman knows she’s pregnant. Should I have a three to five day wake for every period I have?!? These people are focusing FAR too much on the wrong things! This is disgusting.
Love the last he said she said part because it’s so true and their responses to the Slack group.
(For people that don’t know, Slack is a messaging program for corporations to use within their workplace.)
Meet the Woman Helping France’s Sexual Violence Victims:
As someone who has studied abroad in France and was hoping to return, this is a very scary statistic to mull over.
Sign the Petition:
Please share this petition esp with any non-profit organizations you know of that may be able to help!
Julie Victoire Daubié’s 194th Birthday:
March 26th, 2018 would have been Julie Victoire Daubié’s 194th birthday. She was a journalist, activist, and the first woman to obtain a bachelor’s degree in France. I am definitely going to do more research on her!