Which of these was the first country in the world to give women the right to vote?
New Zealand was the first self-governing country in the world in which all women had the right to vote in, but not to stand for, parliamentary elections in 1893.
In what year did the United States give women the right to vote?
The US gave the women the right to vote on August 18th, 1920.
The word 'female' comes from which language?
Golda Meir was the first (and last) female prime minister of which country?
Golda Meir was voted into office on March 17th, 1969
Jane Goodall is a scientist who became famous for her work with...
Goodall became famous for living with chimps and gorillas for months and years to study them.
Who is the first woman to win the Nobel Prize?
Not only was Marie Curie the first woman to win the Nobel Prize, she was the only one to win it more than once.
Which of these women is NOT a famous writer?
Indira Gandhi was the first female prime minister of India.
In which city was the first meeting of the Suffragette Movement?
What year did this meeting take place?
Which country did Queen Elizabeth I go to war with?
Who is the richest woman in the world right now?
MacKenzie Bezos became the world's richest woman after her divorce from Jeff Bezos.
Who is the richest self-made woman in the world right now?
With over 3 billion dollars in worth, Zhou Qunfei is the richest self made woman.
When were Saudi women allowed to have a passport and travel?
On Aug. 1, 2019, a decree signed by King Salman announced that Saudi females no longer needed permission from a male to travel or obtain a passport.
The first woman elected to the US Senate in 1932 to represent Arkansas was...
Who from this list was the first female astronaut?
You Still Have a Bit to Learn...
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