Women Granted Separate

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Timeline Of Women's Rights (other Than Voting) - 20th Century - 1939–1999
1942 Russia Women formally accepted into the military Venezuela Legal majority for married women Venezuela Married women granted separate economy 1945 'British Guiana'-Guyana (to stand for election. 1949 Ecuador Legal majority for married women 1950 China Statute grants women equal right to property, to seek divorce and to inheritance. 1953 Mexico (to stand for election) 1958 Sweden Women allowed to become priests 1960 Canada (to stand for election, with no restrictions/conditions) 1961 El Salvador (to stand for election) 1962 Brazil ...
Timeline Of Women's Rights (other Than Voting) - 20th Century - 1900–1939
1900 Belgium Legal majority for unmarried women Egypt A school for female teachers is founded in Cairo France Women allowed to practice law Korea The post office profession is ... El Salvador Married women granted separate economy El Salvador Legal majority for married women 1903 Bavaria, Germany Universities open to women Sweden Public medical offices open to women 1904 Mexico Divorce ... Nicaragua Married women granted separate economy Nicaragua Legal majority for married women Württemberg, Germany Universities open to women 1905 Iceland Educational institutions open to women Russia ...

Famous quotes containing the words separate, women and/or granted:

    As usurpation is the exercise of power, which another hath a right to, so tyranny is the exercise of power beyond right, which no body can have a right to. And this is making use of the power any one has in his hands, not for the good of those who are under it, but for his own private separate advantage.
    John Locke (1632–1704)

    There is a great stir about colored men getting their rights, but not a word about colored women, and if colored men get their rights, and not colored women theirs, you see the colored men will be masters over the women, and it will be just as bad as it was before. So I’m for keeping the thing going while things are stirring; because if we wait till it is still, it will take a great while to get it going again.
    Sojourner Truth (1797–1883)

    Break a vase, and the love that reassembles the fragments is stronger than that love which took its symmetry for granted when it was whole.
    Derek Walcott (b. 1930)