Women have come closer to equality over time—but we must remember that not all women are treated equally.
To celebrate the 104th anniversary of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote, let’s look at five suffragist writers who were key to women’s suffrage.
Feminism is growing and progressing. The world is slowly making women on equal footing. Today we celebrate Women’s Equality Day with five feminist reads.
In the year of 1919, the 19th amendment was passed highlighting the right to vote for all women.
If you’re a fan of “Bridgerton” and historical romance, you’ll definitely want to check out these amazing regency romances.