Who sent her husband a letter demanding rights for women?
Olympe de Gouges
French Women could ask for better education and protection of their property rights, eventually demanding full civil rights.
Olympe de gouges
the rights are that they could not have homes they had to give to husband
Empress Theodora encouraged her husband to give woman more rights. She wanted women to be able to own land. Hope this helped!
She has the right to divorce him.
Some women know but there are many who don't and there are many, many women who get away with it because their husband/boyfriend lets them do it! Compromising and expressing wishes are the way it should be in my opinion, but there are many demanding, aggressive, pushy women who only know the word "demanding" and that is just the way they are. Some men deal with it and some don't but I can't imagine that… Read More
After world war one, women started demanding for equal rights as men. Women were give the right to vote, work at similar places as men, the right to divorce men, right to have education and the right to have their own possessions.
Men have always had the right to vote, whereas women were treated as inferiors. People never accepted that women are as capable as men and can do the same and even better than men. Women started to finally demanding their rights and voting, they believed, was one of their birth rights.
Women used to not be considered as persons. They were thought of as property of their husband, and didn't have the rights to do almost anything.
If you mean Fatima Ahmed Ibrahim, the Sudanese writer and women rights activist, her husband was Alshafi Ahmed Elshikh.
She wanted him to understand that women also had rights and to end slavery.
None. they could't vote. if they were married the husband had to agree to get a divorce. married women could not own property. once you married you literly gave up the very few rights women did have.
she wrote her husband who was in congress and working on the declaration of independence a letter telling him don't for get about the women.
The right to a, DIVORCE for ADULTERY ! (in most states) As far as property rights, need to know the state,
Abigail Adams She said one day to her husband to "Remember the ladies" and she wanted the women rights to be created
Yes, Igbo women had legal rights. This is shown in the first court case, when the woman who was regularly beat ran away from her husband.
Married women were granted the right to divorce their husband in 1857 in the United Kingdom. The Women's rights movement began in 1872 in the United Kingdom.
In a famous letter to her husband pleaded for expanded rights for American women in the new government being designed by the founding fathers in 1789?
Who sent a letter to john Adams urging him to include womens rights in the declaration of independence?
Abigail Adams sent an impassioned letter demanding full right for women in the new constitution. She was a little before most people in this matter.
Women are not any more demanding than men. Although, men and women have some different needs or expectations that a man may not understand. This is what usually causes a man to think that a woman is demanding when she is in fact being reasonable to herself. Likewise for women thinking men are demanding too. People in general can be unusually demanding and this will have nothing to do with their gender. This can be… Read More
She wrote letters to her husband and helped him with decisions he might make and brought up different issues like women rights and slavery.
Her husband did. Women didn't have any rights or property rich or poor.
because ancient the women's cannot have serious job than her husband
By 1880, for example, most states granted a woman the right to hold property independent of her husband, and several state and private colleges admitted women.
Men were in control of society. Women had no rights so they need a male relative or husband to provide for them.
Roman women were considered the property of their husband, or, if unmarried, their father. They had no choice or input into who they married, if they had children, etc. They had no claim to their children. If their husband decieded that he did not want any of her children, which was common for girls, he had the right to take the child from his wife and leave it to die. Women had no rights whatsoever.
In most countries, women do get rights.
Yes. Only in the Kingdom of Sparta did women have a good level of equality and independence, although no 'political' rights. The other Greek States saw women as no more than the possession of first their father and later, their husband. There, they had no rights whatsoever.
women did not have the right to speak in public. they were property in a mans eyes. no voting, no owning land, no place in court to speak about anything even if their husband raped and abuse them. many women never went to school.
In North Carolina colony it was hard for women. Women that were unmarried or was a widow had some rights but the rights were protected by the law, those rights were that they can keep their own wages, make contracts to the court system if needed, collect rent, and own or sell property. If widowed, women in their own right could inherit their husband's property and run his business. Women who were married had all… Read More
If we hadn't had the civil war than we might still have slaves today. Also as a reprecution of that, former slaves began demanding for more rights and then that led to women and every other minority out there to stand up for their basic rights. So if there had been no civil war, women might still not even be able to vote.
because women don't put out enough.
She was best known for her stunning encouragement for womens rights. She always asked her husband John to appeal to women as well
They could not vote, any land or property they owned came from their father and was given to their husband when they married.
About 1878. Women in America had rights.
Zelda Fitzgerald was the wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald. She was called the "first flapper" by her husband. She did not want to be controlled by her husband as most women of the time were. She was an author, painter, and ballerina.
none cause women got no rights
After WWI, they lost the rights, when they got marriage. Under the common law doctrine of coverture husbands gained control of their wives' real estate and wages.
According to Historians, the two major factors that led to the prohibition in the early 20th century were the onset of World War I and women rights activist demanding for prohibition and their right to vote.
She helped by writing letters to her husband John supporting him and telling people about how women should have more rights!
Women's rights was not yet established. This was still a time that women may have run the household but may still have been considered property of the husband. Abigail Adams had a very forward thinking lifestyle. She reminded John Adams to remember the women and their rights when he was meeting to help establish the Constitution.
It comes mainly from pregnant women, demanding to have their babies delivered.
In Athens women had no rights. In Sparta women had lots of rights
They are equal in rights and obligations. You find many verses in quran stating equal rights for women and men explicitly. Prophet Muhammad says what means in English ' Woman and man are two halfs'. Islam religion, per Quran revelation to prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is the first religion that stated woman rights in inheritance, in choosing her husband, in work, in education, ...etc. This was much linger before the UN issued women rights and before… Read More
Yes Women do have equal rights in the UK!
All possible rights; women are very favored.
Yes women have rights.