Talk:Women's rights

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Marital Rights

-Marital rights were given to women in 1869, Indiana, USA -They were given the rights to make more money then their husband. -They have the right to have children and more than 3 children which was not allowed before, or else some children would be brought in to slavery. -Women had the right to destroy other peoples houses which was illegal before but women were very excited about that. -Women were very excited to learn that they could finally wear yellow shoes. -Women had the right to wear a shirt with a picture of a teddy beat on it which was huge back then. -Women were finally allowed to tape newspapers on the bricks of town hall

The rights of women in ancient Celtic and Germanic societies[edit]

The 'History of women's rights' section could be further expanded upon via discussions regarding the rights of female persons in ancient Celtic and Germanic societies.46.226.186.42 (talk) 19:50, 26 September 2013 (UTC)

Semi-protected edit request on 13 August 2014[edit]

Hi, can someone please update the link http://69.94.11.53/ENGLISH/annualreports/a54/9925571e.htm to http://www.unictr.org/Portals/0/English%5CAnnualReports%5Ca-54-315.pdf ? Thanks! 2003:74:CE21:2E01:894D:C84:587C:95D2 (talk) 20:42, 13 August 2014 (UTC)

Yes check.svg Done, as requested, see my Edit summary of today, 13Aug. (I see it is already 14Aug, at Greenwich England I suppose.) For7thGen (talk) 01:33, 14 August 2014 (UTC)