One teen boy was so moved by Emma Watson's recent speech about feminism that he wrote a response to the Sunday Telegraph, commending the actress and highlighting the significance her message could have for those who do not believe gender inequality e...
Saudi Arabia's first female editor of national newspaper appointed
"The majority of our reporters are women – not because we are biased and choosing women over men. There are more women who are interested in being journalists, and who are journalists. The success will not be complete unless I see my peers who are also Saudi women in the media, take other roles where they are decision-makers." What wonderful news! Thanks to The Guardian for sharing! #SpreadtheLove
Source: Newspaper Article Time Written: January 2, 1930. On October 18, 1929, women were officially considered persons. Five women had fought for this right, and had to go all the way to the Privy Council of England to get this approved. This officially allowed women to sit on the Senate.