List of feminists

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This is a list of important participants in the development of feminism, originally sorted by surname within each period.

It may include, for instance, earlier authors who did not self-identify as feminists but have been claimed to have furthered "feminist consciousness" by a resistance of male dominance expressed in their works.

Early feminists[edit]

Born before 1500.

No. Period (birth) Name Country Born Died Comments Source
1 1201–1300 Helen of Anjou Serbia 1236 1314 Serbian Queen, feminist, establisher of women's schools [1][2]
2 1201–1300 Bettisia Gozzadini Italy 1209 1261 Italian law tutor who taught at the University of Bologna [3]
3 1201–1300 Nicola de la Haye United Kingdom 1150–56 1230 Castellan of Lincoln for approximately thirty years [4]
4 1301–1400 Jefimija Serbia 1349 1405 Serbian politician, poet, diplomat [5]
5 1301–1400 Christine de Pizan Italy 1365 1430 Medieval court writer [6]
6 1301–1400 Jadwiga of Poland Poland 1373–74 1399 Female king of Poland from 1384 to her death [7]
7 1301–1400 Milica of Serbia Serbia 1335 1405 Serbian Empress, ruler of Serbia 1389-1393, poet .[8][9]
8 1401–1500 Balaram Das India 15th century unknown Odia poet; first attempt in India towards feminism [10]
9 1401–1500 Laura Cereta Italy 1469 1499 Humanist and feminist writer [11]
10 1401–1500 La Malinche Mexico c. 1496 or c. 1501 c. 1529 Instrumental in Mexico gaining independence from Mexico [12]

16th-century feminists[edit]

Born between 1501 and 1600.

No. Period (birth) Name Country Born Died Comments Source
1 1501–1600 Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa Germany 1486 1535 [13]
2 1501–1600 Jane Anger United Kingdom fl. 1589 fl. 1589 [13]
3 1501–1600 Marie de Gournay France 1565 1645 Protofeminist [13]
4 1501–1600 Izumo no Okuni Japan c. 1571 unknown [citation needed]
5 1501–1600 Modesta di Pozzo di Forzi Italy 1501–1600 c. 1593

17th-century feminists[edit]

Born between 1601 and 1700.

No. Period (birth) Name Country Born Died Comments Source
1 1601–1700 Aphra Behn United Kingdom 1640 1689 Protofeminist [citation needed]
2 1601–1700 Anne Bradstreet United Kingdom 1612 1672 [citation needed]
3 1601–1700 Sophia Elisabet Brenner Sweden 1659 1724
4 1601–1700 Sr. Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Mexico 1648 1695 [citation needed]
5 1601–1700 François Poullain de la Barre France 1647 1725 [13]
6 1601–1700 Christina of Sweden Sweden 1626 1689 [citation needed]

18th-century feminists[edit]

Born between 1701 and 1800.

No. Period (birth) Name Country Born Died Comments Source
1 1701–1800 Abigail Adams United States 1744 1818 [14]
2 1701–1800 Catharina Ahlgren Sweden 1734 1800
3 1701–1800 Annestine Beyer Denmark 1795 1884 Pioneer of women's education [citation needed]
4 1701–1800 Eleanor Butler United Kingdom 1739 1829 One of the Ladies of Llangollen [citation needed]
5 1701–1800 Marquis de Condorcet France 1743 1794 [13]
6 1701–1800 Anne-Josèphe Théroigne de Méricourt France 1762 1817 Politician [15]
7 1701–1800 Dorothea Erxleben Germany 1715 1762 [6]
8 1701–1800 Charles Fourier France 1772 1837 Socialist feminist; philosopher; credited with coining the (French) word "féministe" [16][17]
9 1701–1800 Jane Gomeldon United Kingdom c. 1720 1779 [citation needed]
10 1701–1800 Olympe de Gouges France 1748 1793 Playwright and political activist who wrote the Declaration of the Rights of Woman and the Female Citizen in 1791 [18]
11 1701–1800 Sarah Grimke United States 1792 1873 First-wave feminist [19]
12 1701–1800 Sarah Moore Grimké United States 1792 1873 Suffragette [18]
13 1701–1800 Francis Hutcheson Ireland 1694 1746 Scottish-Irish philosopher, a founding father of the Scottish Enlightenment [citation needed]
14 1701–1800 Christian Isobel Johnstone United Kingdom 1781 1857 Journalist and author in Scotland [20]
15 1701–1800 Anne Knight United Kingdom 1786 1862 Social reformer; pioneer of feminism [18]
16 1701–1800 Anna Maria Lenngren Sweden 1754 1817 Writer, poet, and salonist; possibly a feminist [21]
17 1701–1800 Francisco de Miranda Venezuela 1750 1816 [citation needed]
18 1701–1800 Lucretia Mott United States 1793 1880 [14]
19 1701–1800 Sarah Ponsonby United Kingdom 1755 1831 One of the Ladies of Llangollen [citation needed]
20 1701–1800 Madeleine de Puisieux France 1720 1798 Writer [22]
21 1701–1800 Mary Shelley United Kingdom 1797 1851 Early pioneer feminist [19]
22 1701–1800 Thomas Thorild Sweden 1759 1808
23 1701–1800 Sojourner Truth United States c. 1797 1883 First-wave feminist; abolitionist, women's rights activist, speaker, women's rights speech "Ain't I a Woman?" [14][19]
24 1701–1800 Anna Wheeler United Kingdom, Ireland 1785 1848 Feminist writer [23]
25 1701–1800 Mary Wollstonecraft United Kingdom 1759 1797 Early pioneer feminist; Individualist feminist [14][19]
26 1701–1800 Frances Wright United Kingdom 1795 1852 First-wave feminist [14][19]

Early and mid 19th-century feminists[edit]

Born between 1801 and 1874.

No. Period (birth) Name Country Born Died Comments Source
1 1801–1874 Juliette Adam France 1836 1936 [18]
2 1801–1874 Jane Addams United States 1860 1935 First-wave feminist; suffragette; Major social activist, president Women's International League for Peace and Freedom [19]
3 1801–1874 Gertrud Adelborg Sweden 1853 1942 Teacher and suffragist
4 1801–1874 Sophie Adlersparre Sweden 1823 1895 Publisher; one of three most notable pioneers of women's rights movement in Sweden [24]
5 1801–1874 Alfhild Agrell Sweden 1849 1923 [25]
6 1801–1874 Soteria Aliberty Greece 1847 1929 [18]
7 1801–1874 Jules Allix France 1818 1897 Socialist; male feminist [16]
8 1801–1874 Elisabeth Altmann-Gottheiner Germany 1874 1930
9 1801–1874 Qasim Amin Egypt 1863 1908 Muslim feminist; early advocate of women's rights in Egyptian society [18][26]
10 1801–1874 Ellen Anckarsvärd Sweden 1833 1898 Co-founded the Married Woman's Property Rights Association [27]
11 1801–1874 Adelaide Anderson United Kingdom 1863 1936 [28][28]
12 1801–1874 Elizabeth Garrett Anderson United Kingdom 1836 1917 Feminist, suffragist; suffragette; first Englishwoman to qualify as a physician and surgeon in the UK; co-founder of first hospital staffed by women [28][29]
13 1801–1874 Louisa Garrett Anderson United Kingdom 1873 1943 Suffragette [29]
14 1801–1874 Maybanke Anderson Australia 1845 1927 Suffragette
15 1801–1874 Susan Anthony United States 1820 1906 Suffragette; played a pivotal role in movement to introduce women's suffrage into the United States [14]
16 1801–1874 Lovisa Årberg Sweden 1801 1881
17 1801–1874 Edith Archibald Canada 1854 1936 Suffragist; led the Maritime Women's Christian Temperance Union, the National Council of Women of Canada and the Local Council of Women of Halifax
18 1801–1874 Concepción Arenal Spain 1820 1893 [13]
19 1801–1874 Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll United Kingdom 1848 1939 Suffragette
20 1801–1874 Ottilie Assing Germany 1819 1884
21 1801–1874 Bibi Khanoom Astarabadi Iran 1859 1921 Writer
22 1801–1874 Louise Aston Germany 1814 1871
23 1801–1874 Hubertine Auclert France 1848 1914 Feminist activist, suffragette [19]
24 1801–1874 Olympe Audouard France 1832 1890 [19]
25 1801–1874 Alice Constance Austin United States 1862 1955 Socialist feminist; radical feminist
26 1801–1874 Rachel Foster Avery United States 1858 1919 First-wave feminist; suffragette [19]
27 1801–1874 John Goodwyn Barmby United Kingdom 1820 1881 [29]
28 1801–1874 Marie Bashkirtseff Ukraine 1858 1884 First-wave feminist; French feminist [19]
29 1801–1874 José Batlle y Ordóñez Uruguay 1856 1929
30 1801–1874 Anna Bayerová Czech Republic 1853 1924
31 1801–1874 Jean Beadle Australia 1868 1942 Feminist; social worker; political activist
32 1801–1874 August Bebel Germany 1840 1913 Communist; male [14]
33 1801–1874 Alaide Gualberta Beccari Italy 1868 1930 Socialist feminist; radical feminist
34 1801–1874 Lydia Becker United Kingdom 1827 1890 Suffragette [18][29]
35 1801–1874 Catharine Beecher United States 1800 1878 [18]
36 1801–1874 Alva Belmont United States 1853 1933 Suffrage leader; speaker; author [18]
37 1801–1874 Louie Bennett Ireland 1870 1956 Suffrage leader [18]
38 1801–1874 Victoire Léodile Béra France 1824 1900 [30]
39 1801–1874 Signe Bergman Sweden 1869 1960
40 1801–1874 Annie Besant United Kingdom 1847 1933 Socialist feminist
41 1801–1874 Alice Stone Blackwell United States 1857 1950 Feminist and journalist, editor of Woman's Journal, a major women's rights publication [18]
42 1801–1874 Antoinette Brown Blackwell United States 1825 1921 Founded American Woman Suffrage Association with Lucy Stone in 1869
43 1801–1874 Elizabeth Blackwell United States 1821 1910 First-wave feminist [19]
44 1801–1874 Henry Browne Blackwell United States 1825 1909 Businessman, abolitionist, journalist, suffrage leader and campaigner
44 1801–1874 Harriot Eaton Stanton Blatch United States 1856 1940 Suffragist [18][29]
45 1801–1874 Amelia Bloomer United States 1818 1894 Suffragist, publisher and editor of The Lily, advocated for many women's issues [18]
46 1801–1874 Barbara Bodichon United Kingdom 1827 1891 [18][29]
47 1801–1874 Laura Borden Canada 1861 1940 President of the Local Council of Women of Halifax
48 1801–1874 Lily Braun Germany 1865 1916 [18]
49 1801–1874 Fredrika Bremer Sweden 1801 1865 Writer, feminist activist and pioneer of the organized women's rights movement in Sweden [18]
50 1801–1874 Ursula Mellor Bright United Kingdom 1835 1915 Suffragette
51 1801–1874 Emilia Broomé Sweden 1866 1925
52 1801–1874 Antoinette Brown Blackwell United States 1825 1921 [18]
53 1801–1874 Lady Constance Bulwer-Lytton United Kingdom 1869 1923 Suffragette
54 1801–1874 Katharine Bushnell United States 1856 1946
55 1801–1874 Josephine Butler United Kingdom 1828 1906 [18]
56 1801–1874 Pancha Carrasco Costa Rica 1826 1890 [18]
57 1801–1874 Frances Jennings Casement United States 1840 1928 Suffragette
58 1801–1874 Carrie Chapman Catt United States 1859 1947 Suffrage leader, president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, founder of League of Women Voters and the International Alliance of Women [14][18]
59 1801–1874 Maria Cederschiöld Sweden 1856 1935 Suffragette
60 1801–1874 William Henry Channing United States 1810 1884 Minister, author
61 1801–1874 Mary Agnes Chase United States 1869 1963 Socialist feminist; suffragette
62 1801–1874 Ada Nield Chew United Kingdom 1870 1945 Suffragette
63 1801–1874 Tennessee Celeste Claflin United States 1844 1923 suffragette [14]
64 1801–1874 Alice Clark United Kingdom 1874 1934
65 1801–1874 Helen Bright Clark United Kingdom 1840 1972 Suffragette
66 1801–1874 Florence Claxton United Kingdom 1840 1879
67 1801–1874 Voltairine de Cleyre United States 1866 1912 Individualist feminist; anarcha-feminist [19]
68 1801–1874 Francis Power Cobbe Ireland 1822 1904
69 1801–1874 Mary Ann Colclough New Zealand 1836 1885 Feminist; social reformer
70 1801–1874 Anna "Annie" Julia Cooper United States 1858 1964 Suffragette [13]
71 1801–1874 Marguerite Coppin Belgium 1867 1931 Woman poet laureate of Belgium and advocate of women's rights
72 1801–1874 Ida Crouch-Hazlett United States 1870 1941 Socialist feminist; suffragette
73 1801–1874 Emily Wilding Davison United Kingdom 1872 1913 Suffragette
74 1801–1874 Draga Dejanović Serbia 1840 1871 [31]
75 1801–1874 Josefina Deland Sweden 1814 1890 Writer, teacher, founded Society for Retired Female Teachers)
76 1801–1874 Maria Deraismes France 1828 1894 [30]
77 1801–1874 Charlotte Despard née French United Kingdom 1844 1939 Suffragette [18]
78 1801–1874 Jenny d'Hericourt France 1809 1875 [18]
79 1801–1874 Louisa Margaret Dunkley Australia 1866 1927 Labour organizer
80 1801–1874 Marguerite Durand France 1864 1936 Suffragette [32]
81 1801–1874 Friedrich Engels Germany 1820 1895 Communist; male [14]
82 1801–1874 Emily Faithfull United Kingdom 1835 1895
83 1801–1874 Millicent Garrett Fawcett United Kingdom 1847 1929 Long-time president of the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies
84 1801–1874 Astrid Stampe Feddersen Denmark 1852 1930 Chaired the first Scandinavian meeting on women's rights
85 1801–1874 Anna Filosofova Russia 1837 1912 Early Russian woman's rights activist
86 1801–1874 Louise Flodin Sweden 1828 1923
87 1801–1874 Mary Sargant Florence United Kingdom 1857 1954 Suffragette
88 1801–1874 Isabella Ford United Kingdom 1855 1924 Socialist feminist; suffragette
89 1801–1874 Margaret Fuller United States 1810 1850 Transcendentalist, critic, advocate for women's education, author of Woman in the Nineteenth Century [14]
90 1801–1874 Matilda Joslyn Gage United States 1826 1898 Suffragist, editor, writer, organizer [13]
91 1801–1874 Eliza Gamble United States 1841 1820 Intellectual and an advocate of the Women's Movement [33]
92 1801–1874 Edith Margaret Garrud United Kingdom 1872 1971 Trained the 'Bodyguard' unit of the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) in jujutsu self-defence techniques
93 1801–1874 Désirée Gay France 1810 1891 Socialist feminist [34]
94 1801–1874 Charlotte Perkins Gilman United States 1860 1935 Ecofeminist [14]
95 1801–1874 Wil van Gogh Netherlands 1862 1941
96 1801–1874 Emma Goldman United Kingdom 1869 1940 Individualist feminist; Russian-American campaigner for birth control and other rights [14][18][19]
97 1801–1874 Vida Goldstein Australia 1869 1949 Early Australian feminist politician; first woman in the British Empire to stand for election to a national parliament [18]
98 1801–1874 Grace Greenwood United States 1823 1904 First woman reporter on the New York Times payroll, advocate for social reform and women's rights
99 1801–1874 Angelina Emily Grimké United States 1805 1879 First-wave feminist; suffragette [14][19]
100 1801–1874 Bella Guerin Australia 1858 1923 Socialist feminist; first woman to graduate from an Australian university
101 1801–1874 Marianne Hainisch Austria 1839 1936 Proponent of women's right to work and to receive education
102 1801–1874 Marion Coates Hansen United Kingdom 1870 1947 Suffragette
103 1801–1874 Jane Ellen Harrison United Kingdom 1850 1928
104 1801–1874 Anna Haslam Ireland 1829 1922 Major figure in early women's movement in Ireland, founded the Dublin Women's Suffrage Association
105 1801–1874 Anna Hierta-Retzius Sweden 1841 1924 Women's rights activist and philanthropist
106 1801–1874 Thomas Wentworth Higginson United States 1828 1911 Abolitionist, minister, author
107 1801–1874 Laurence Housman United Kingdom 1865 1959 Socialist feminist
108 1801–1874 Julia Ward Howe United States 1819 1910 Suffragist, writer, organizer
109 1801–1874 Louisa Hubbard United Kingdom 1836 1906
110 1801–1874 Aletta Jacobs Netherlands 1854 1929 [13]
111 1801–1874 Kehajia Kalliopi Greece 1839 1905 [18]
112 1801–1874 Kang Youwei China 1858 1927 [18]
113 1801–1874 Abby Kelley United States 1811 1887 Suffragist and activist
114 1801–1874 Grace Kimmins United Kingdom 1871 1954 [citation needed]
115 1801–1874 Anna Kingsford United Kingdom 1846 1888 Ecofeminist
116 1801–1874 Toshiko Kishida Japan 1863 1901 [18]
117 1801–1874 Alexandra Kollontai USSR 1872 1952 Socialist feminist [13]
118 1801–1874 Lotten von Kræmer Sweden 1828 1912 Baroness, writer, poet, philanthropist, founder of the literary society Samfundet De Nio
119 1801–1874 Marie Lacoste-Gérin-Lajoie Canada 1867 1945 Suffragette; self-taught jurist
120 1801–1874 Louisa Lawson Australia 1848 1920 Suffragette; radical pro-republican federalist; author and publisher [13]
121 1801–1874 Mary Lee Australia, Ireland 1821 1909 Suffragette
122 1801–1874 Anna Leonowens United Kingdom, India 1831 1915 Travel writer, educator, social activist
123 1801–1874 Fredrika Limnell Sweden 1816 1897
124 1801–1874 Mary Livermore United States 1820 1905 Women's rights journalist, suffragist
125 1801–1874 Belva Lockwood United States 1830 1917 [18]
126 1801–1874 Margaret Bright Lucas United Kingdom 1818 1890 Suffragette
127 1801–1874 Rosa Luxemburg Germany 1871 1919 Socialist feminist
128 1801–1874 Christian Maclagan United Kingdom 1811 1901
129 1801–1874 Kitty Marion United Kingdom 1871 1944 Socialist feminist; suffragette
130 1801–1874 Harriet Martineau United Kingdom 1802 1876
131 1801–1874 Eleanor Marx United Kingdom 1855 1898 Socialist feminist
132 1801–1874 Rosa Mayreder Austria 1858 1938 [13]
133 1801–1874 Nellie McClung Canada 1873 1951 Feminist and suffragist; part of The Famous Five
134 1801–1874 Helen Priscilla McLaren United Kingdom 1851 1934
135 1801–1874 Louise Michel France 1830 1905 anarcha-feminist [16]
136 1801–1874 Harriet Taylor Mill United Kingdom 1807 1858 Early pioneer feminist [19]
137 1801–1874 John Stuart Mill United Kingdom 1806 1873 Early Pioneer [14][19]
138 1801–1874 Hannah Mitchell United Kingdom 1872 1956 Socialist feminist; suffragette
139 1801–1874 Katti Anker Møller Norway 1868 1945 First-wave feminist [19]
140 1801–1874 Agda Montelius Sweden 1850 1920 Feminist; suffragette; philanthropist, chairman of the Fredrika-Bremer-förbundet
141 1801–1874 Anna Maria Mozzoni Italy 1837 1920 First-wave feminist ; suffragette [19]
142 1801–1874 Flora Murray United Kingdom 1869 1923 Suffragette
143 1801–1874 Clarina I. H. Nichols United States 1810 1885 First-wave feminist; suffragette [19]
144 1801–1874 Draga Obrenović Serbia 1864 1903 Queen consort;
145 1801–1874 Louise Otto-Peters Germany 1819 1895 [35][36]
146 1801–1874 Emmeline Pankhurst United Kingdom 1858 1928 Suffragette; one of the founders and the leader of the British suffragette movement [14]
147 1801–1874 Maud Wood Park United States 1871 1955 Founder College Equal Suffrage League, first president League of Women Voters
148 1801–1874 Madeleine Pelletier France 1874 1939 French feminist; First-wave feminist; Socialist feminist [19]
149 1801–1874 Wendell Phillips United States 1811 1884 Abolitionist, orator, lawyer
150 1801–1874 Jyotiba Phule India 1827 1890 Critic of the caste system, founded a school for girls, a widow-remarriage initiative, a home for upper caste widows, and a home for infant girls to discourage female infanticide [13]
151 1801–1874 Eugénie Potonié-Pierre France 1844 1898 [16]
152 1801–1874 Eleanor Rathbone United Kingdom 1872 1946 [13]
153 1801–1874 Caroline Rémy de Guebhard France 1855 1929
154 1801–1874 Dorothy Richardson United Kingdom 1873 1957
155 1801–1874 Edith Rigby United Kingdom 1872 1948 Suffragette
156 1801–1874 Sibylle Riqueti de Mirabeau France 1849 1932
157 1801–1874 Bessie Rischbieth Australia 1874 1967) Earliest female appointed to any court; early activist against the practice of taking Aboriginal children from their mothers
158 1801–1874 Eliza Ritchie Canada 1856 1933 Prominent suffragist, executive member of the Local Council of Women of Halifax
159 1801–1874 Harriet Hanson Robinson United States 1825 1911 [14]
160 1801–1874 Pauline Roland France 1805 1852 [19]
161 1801–1874 Rosalie Roos Sweden 1823 1898 Writer and pioneer of the organized women's rights movement in Sweden
162 1801–1874 Ernestine Rose United States, Russia-Poland 1810 1892 Suffragette [14]
163 1801–1874 Hilda Sachs Sweden 1857 1935 Journalist, writer and feminist
164 1801–1874 Anna Sandström Sweden 1854 1931 Educational reformer
165 1801–1874 Auguste Schmidt Germany 1833 1902 [37]
166 1801–1874 Olive Schreiner South Africa 1855 1920
167 1801–1874 Rose Scott Australia 1847 1925 Suffragette
168 1801–1874 Anna Howard Shaw United States 1847 1919 President of National Women's Suffrage Association 1904–1915
169 1801–1874 Kate Sheppard New Zealand 1847 1934 Influential in winning voting rights for women in 1893 (the first country and national election in which women were allowed to vote) [13]
170 1801–1874 Tarabai Shinde India 1850 1910
171 1801–1874 Emily Anne Eliza Shirreff United Kingdom 1814 1897 Early pioneer feminist [19]
172 1801–1874 Eleanor Mildred Sidgwick United Kingdom 1845 1936
173 1801–1874 Dame Ethel Mary Smyth United Kingdom 1858 1944 Suffragette
174 1801–1874 Anna Garlin Spencer United States 1851 1931 [14]
175 1801–1874 Elizabeth Cady Stanton United States 1815 1902 Social activist, abolitionist, suffragist, organizer of the 1848  Women's Rights Convention, co-founder of the National Woman Suffrage Association and the International Council of Women [14]
176 1801–1874 Anna Sterky Sweden, Denmark 1856 1939
177 1801–1874 Helene Stöcker Germany 1869 1943 [36]
178 1801–1874 Milica Stojadinović-Srpkinja Serbia 1828 1878 Feminist; war correspondent; writer; poet
179 1801–1874 Lucy Stone United States 1818 1893 Orator, organizer of the first National Women's Rights Convention, founder of the Woman's Journal, and first recorded American woman to retain her surname after marriage [14]
180 1801–1874 Emily Howard Stowe Canada 1831 1903 Physician, advocate for women's inclusion in the medical professional community, founder of the Canadian Women's Suffrage Association
181 1801–1874 Helena Swanwick United Kingdom 1864 1939 Suffragette
182 1801–1874 Frances Swiney United Kingdom 1847 1922 Suffragette
183 1801–1874 Táhirih Iran 1814/17 1852 Bábí poet, theologian, and proponent of women's rights in 19th-century Iran [13]
184 1801–1874 Caroline Testman Denmark 1839 1919 Co-founder of the Dansk Kvindesamfund
185 1801–1874 Martha Carey Thomas United States 1857 1935 [18]
186 1801–1874 Sybil Thomas, Viscountess Rhondda United Kingdom 1857 1941 Suffragette
187 1801–1874 Flora Tristan France 1803 1844 Socialist feminist [13]
188 1801–1874 Harriet Tubman United States 1820 1913 First-wave feminist [19]
189 1801–1874 Thorstein Veblen United States 1857 1929 Economist; sociologist; male [14]
190 1801–1874 Alice Vickery United Kingdom 1844 1929 Physician, supporter of birth control as means of emancipation of women
191 1801–1874 Beatrice Webb United Kingdom 1858 1943 Socialist feminist
192 1801–1874 Ida B. Wells United States 1862 1931 Civil rights and anti-lynching activist, suffragist noted for her refusal to avoid media attention because she was African American
193 1801–1874 Anna Whitlock Sweden 1852 1930 Feminist, suffragette; school pioneer, journalist
194 1801–1874 Karolina Widerström Sweden 1856 1949 Suffragette
195 1801–1874 Frances Willard United States 1839 1898 Suffragist and organizer
196 1801–1874 Frances Willard United States 1839 1898 Socialist feminist; suffragette
197 1801–1874 Charlotte Wilson United Kingdom 1854 1944 radical feminist
198 1801–1874 Victoria Woodhull United States 1838 1927 First-wave feminist; suffragist, organizer, innovator, first woman to run for U.S. presidency [14][19]
199 1801–1874 Clara Zetkin Germany 1857 1933 Socialist feminist [14]

Late 19th-century and early 20th-century feminists[edit]

Born between 1875 and 1939.

No. Period (birth) Name Country Born Died Comments Source
1 1875–1939 Bella Abzug United States 1920 1998 Second-wave feminist [18]
2 1875–1939 Ángela Acuña Costa Rica 1888 1983 [18]
3 1875–1939 Wim Hora Adema Netherlands 1914 1998 Second-wave feminist; radical feminist [38]
4 1875–1939 Alan Alda United States 1936
5 1875–1939 Dolores Alexander United States 1931 2008 Anti-pornography feminist [39]
6 1875–1939 Maya Angelou United States 1928 2014 Civil rights activist [18]
7 1875–1939 Margery Corbett Ashby United Kingdom 1882 1981 Suffragette [28]
8 1875–1939 Ksenija Atanasijević Serbia 1894 1981 Suffragette; philosopher; first PhD in a Serbian university
9 1875–1939 Ti-Grace Atkinson United States 1938 Second-wave feminist [18][19][39]
10 1875–1939 Margaret Atwood Canada 1939 Third-wave feminist [18][19]
11 1875–1939 Helene Aylon United States 1931 Ecofeminist [19][39]
12 1875–1939 Eva Bacon Australia 1909 1994 Feminist and Socialist
13 1875–1939 Faith Bandler Australia 1918 Feminist and civil rights activist
14 1875–1939 Lois W. Banner United States 1939
15 1875–1939 Thelma Bate Australia 1904 1984 Community leader, advocate for inclusion of Aboriginal women in Country Women's Association
16 1875–1939 Mary Ritter Beard United States 1876 1958 Feminist; historian [14][18]
17 1875–1939 Joan Beauchamp United Kingdom 1890 1964 Suffragette
18 1875–1939 Kay Beauchamp United Kingdom 1899 1992
19 1875–1939 Simone de Beauvoir France 1908 1986 Second-wave feminist; philosopher; writer [18][19]
20 1875–1939 Helen Bentwich United Kingdom 1892 1972 [citation needed]
21 1875–1939 Rosa May Billinghurst United Kingdom 1875 1953 Suffragette [29]
22 1875–1939 Teresa Billington-Greig United Kingdom 1877 1964 Suffragette [29]
23 1875–1939 Elsie Bowerman United Kingdom 1889 1973 Suffragette [29]
24 1875–1939 Helen Gurley Brown United States 1922 2012 Author of Sex and the Single Girl, long-time editor of Cosmopolitan
25 1875–1939 Stella Browne Canada 1880 1955 Socialist feminist
26 1875–1939 Susan Brownmiller United States 1935 Second-wave feminist ; anti-pornography feminist; radical feminist [19][39]
27 1875–1939 Katherine Burdekin United Kingdom 1896 1963
28 1875–1939 Lucy Burns United States 1879 1966 Suffragette; suffragist and women's rights activist
29 1875–1939 Karlyn Kohrs Campbell United States 1937 [18]
30 1875–1939 Clara Campoamor Spain 1888 1972 [18]
31 1875–1939 Luisa Capetillo Puerto Rico 1879 1922 Puerto Rican labor union suffragette; jailed for wearing pants in public [18]
32 1875–1939 Liz Carpenter United States 1920 2010
33 1875–1939 Elvia Carrillo Puerto Mexico 1878 1967 [18]
34 1875–1939 Thérèse Casgrain Canada 1896 1981 Second-wave feminist; suffragette; politician and senator, mostly active in Quebec [18][19]
35 1875–1939 Jacqueline Ceballos United States 1925 Founder of Veteran Feminists of America [39]
36 1875–1939 Enid Charles United Kingdom 1894 1972 radical feminist
37 1875–1939 Shirley St Hill Chisholm United States 1924 2005 Second-wave feminist [18]
38 1875–1939 Hélène Cixous France 1937 [18][19]
39 1875–1939 Margaret "Gretta" Cousins Ireland 1878 1954 Irish-Indian suffragist, established All India Women's Conference, co-founded Irish Women's Franchise League
40 1875–1939 Eva Cox Australia 1938 Sociologist; long-time member of the Women's Electoral Lobby
41 1875–1939 Jill Craigie United Kingdom 1911 1999 Socialist feminist
42 1875–1939 Minnie Fisher Cunningham United States 1882 1964
43 1875–1939 Hamid Dalwai India 1932 1977 Socialist feminist
44 1875–1939 Mary Daly United States 1928 2010 Second-wave feminist; Ecofeminist [19]
45 1875–1939 Sonja Davies New Zealand 1923 2005 Second-wave feminist
46 1875–1939 Barbara Deming United States 1917 1984
47 1875–1939 Ezlynn Deraniyagala Sri Lanka 1908 1973 [18]
48 1875–1939 Jeanne Deroin France 1805 1894 [18]
49 1875–1939 Jeanne Deroin France 1805 1894 [18]
50 1875–1939 Betty Dodson United States 1929 Third-wave feminist; sex-positive feminist [39]
51 1875–1939 Sediqeh Dowlatabadi Iran 1882 1962 Journalist and women's rights activist
52 1875–1939 Carol Downer United States 1933 Second-wave feminist; founder of women's self-help movement, feminist, author, health activist, attorney [19]
53 1875–1939 Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz United States 1939 Radical feminist
54 1875–1939 Crystal Eastman United States 1881 1928 Socialist feminist
55 1875–1939 Françoise d'Eaubonne France 1920 2005 Ecofeminist [40]
56 1875–1939 Norah Elam United Kingdom, Ireland 1878 1961 Radical feminist; suffragette
57 1875–1939 Nawal el-Saadawi Egypt 1931 Writer and doctor, advocate for women's health and equality
58 1875–1939 Cynthia Enloe United States 1938 Second-wave feminist
59 1875–1939 Mohtaram Eskandari Iran 1895 1924 Woman's rights activist, founder of "Jam'iat e nesvan e vatan-khah" (Society of Patriotic Women
60 1875–1939 Vilma Espín Cuba 1930 [18]
61 1875–1939 Elizabeth Evatt Australia 1933 Legal reformist and juror; first Australian to be elected to the United Nations Human Rights Committee
62 1875–1939 Myrlie Evers-Williams United States 1933 Second-wave feminist
63 1875–1939 Lidia Falcón Spain 1935 [18]
64 1875–1939 Frances Farrer United Kingdom 1895 1977
65 1875–1939 Geraldine Ferraro United States 1935 [18]
66 1875–1939 Ana Figuero Chile 1908 1970 [18]
67 1875–1939 Elizabeth Gurley Flynn United States 1890 1964 Socialist feminist; suffragette
68 1875–1939 Elizabeth "Betty" Bloomer Ford United States 1918 2011 Second-wave feminist
69 1875–1939 Gerald Ford United States 1913 2006 Second-wave feminist
70 1875–1939 Miles Franklin Australia 1879 1954 Feminist; writer
71 1875–1939 Clara Fraser United States 1923 1998 Second-wave feminist; radical feminist
72 1875–1939 Elisabeth Freeman United States 1876 1942 Suffragist and civil rights activist, participated in the Suffrage Hikes
73 1875–1939 Marilyn French United States 1929 2009 Second-wave feminist; radical feminist [19]
74 1875–1939 Betty Friedan United States 1921 2006 Second-wave feminist; writer [19]
75 1875–1939 William Lloyd Garrison United States 1805 1879 Abolitionist, journalist, organizer, advocate [14]
76 1875–1939 Carol Gilligan United States 1936 Second-wave feminist [19]
77 1875–1939 Françoise Giroud France 1916 2003 Journalist, writer, politician [citation needed]
78 1875–1939 Judy Goldsmith United States 1938 President of the National Organization for Women (NOW) from 1982 to 1985
79 1875–1939 Jane Goodall United Kingdom 1934
80 1875–1939 Vivian Gornick United States 1935 Radical feminist [39]
81 1875–1939 Lois Gould United States 1931 2002
82 1875–1939 Jane Grant United States 1892 1972
83 1875–1939 Germaine Greer Australia 1939 Second-wave feminist; radical feminist; Socialist feminist; academic; author of The Female Eunuch [19]
84 1875–1939 Colette Guillaumin France 1934
85 1875–1939 Tahar Haddad Tunisia 1897 1935 Muslim feminist
86 1875–1939 Lizzy Lind af Hageby Sweden 1878 1963
87 1875–1939 Charlotte Haldane United Kingdom 1894 1969
88 1875–1939 Gisèle Halimi France 1927
89 1875–1939 Zaib-un-Nissa Hamidullah India 1921 2000 Muslim feminist
90 1875–1939 Bertha Harris United States 1937 2005 Second-wave feminist
91 1875–1939 Caroline Haslett United Kingdom 1895 1957
92 1875–1939 Dorothy Hewett Australia 1923 2002 Second-wave feminist
93 1875–1939 Julka Hlapec-Đorđević Serbia 1882 1969 Suffragette; writer [41]
94 1875–1939 Nicole Hollander United States 1939
95 1875–1939 Pak Hon-yong South Korea 1900 1956
96 1875–1939 Mary Howell United States 1932 1998
97 1875–1939 Edith How-Martyn United Kingdom 1875 1954 Suffragette
98 1875–1939 Fatima Ahmed Ibrahim Sudan 1933 Muslim feminist
99 1875–1939 Fusae Ichikawa Japan 1893 1981 [18]
100 1875–1939 Luce Irigaray France 1930 [19]
101 1875–1939 Sonia Johnson United States 1936
102 1875–1939 Jill Johnston United States 1929 2010
103 1875–1939 Claudia Jones United Kingdom, United States, Trinidad and Tobago 1915 1964 Suffragette
104 1875–1939 Rosalie Gardiner Jones United States 1883 1978 Organizer of the Suffrage Hikes
105 1875–1939 Marie Juchacz Germany 1879 1956 [42]
106 1875–1939 Alicia Moreau de Justo Argentina 1885 1986 Socialist feminist [43]
107 1875–1939 Raden Adjeng Kartini Indonesia 1879 1904 Muslim feminist; Javanese advocate for native Indonesian women, critic of polygamous marriages and lack of education opportunities for women [18]
108 1875–1939 Shidzue Katō Japan 1897 2001 Second-wave feminist [18]
109 1875–1939 Aoua Kéita Mali 1912 1980
110 1875–1939 Florynce Kennedy United States 1916 2000 Second-wave feminist
111 1875–1939 Annie Kenney United Kingdom 1879 1953 Suffragette
112 1875–1939 Yamakawa Kikue Japan 1890 1980 Socialist feminist; anti-prostitution feminist
113 1875–1939 Coretta Scott King United States 1927 2006 Second-wave feminist
114 1875–1939 Gerda Lerner Austria 1920 2013
115 1875–1939 Audre Lorde United States 1934 1992 Third-wave feminist [18]
116 1875–1939 Mina Loy United Kingdom 1882 1966
117 1875–1939 Rae Luckock Canada 1893 1972 Socialist feminist
118 1875–1939 Margaret Mackworth, 2nd Viscountess Rhondda United Kingdom 1883 1958 Suffragette
119 1875–1939 Agnes Macphail Canada 1890 1954
120 1875–1939 Dora Marsden United Kingdom 1882 1960
121 1875–1939 Elizabeth Holloway Marston United Kingdom 1893 1993
122 1875–1939 William Moulton Marston United States 1893 1947
123 1875–1939 Nicole-Claude Mathieu (fr) France 1937 2014 Empress French feminist; material feminist [19]
124 1875–1939 Else Mayer Germany 1891 1962 First-wave feminist [citation needed]
125 1875–1939 Carolyn Merchant United States 1936 Ecofeminist
126 1875–1939 Maria Mies Germany 1931 Ecofeminist; professor of sociology and author [44]
127 1875–1939 Inez Milholland United States 1886 1916 Key participant in the National Woman's Party and the Woman Suffrage Parade of 1913
128 1875–1939 Kate Millett United States 1934 Second-wave feminist [19]
129 1875–1939 Laure Moghaizel Lebanon 1929 1997 Lebanese lawyer and women's rights advocate
130 1875–1939 Florence Nagle United Kingdom 1894 1988 Feminist; first woman in Britain to officially train racehorses. [45]
131 1875–1939 Diane Nash United States 1938 1960s Civil Rights Movement leader and organizer, voting rights proponent
132 1875–1939 Anaïs Nin United States, France 1903 1977
133 1875–1939 Helena Normanton United Kingdom 1882 1957
134 1875–1939 Alexis Nour Romania 1877 1940
135 1875–1939 Yoko Ono United States, Japan 1933
136 1875–1939 Alicia Ostriker United States 1937 Third-wave feminist
137 1875–1939 Grace Paley United States 1922 2007
138 1875–1939 Adela Pankhurst United Kingdom 1885 1961
139 1875–1939 Christabel Pankhurst United Kingdom 1880 1958 Suffragette; co-founder and leader of the Women's Social and Political Union
140 1875–1939 Sylvia Pankhurst United Kingdom 1882 1960 Suffragette
141 1875–1939 Frances Parker United Kingdom 1875 1924
142 1875–1939 Alice Paul United States 1885 1977 Main strategist for the 1910s Women's Voting Rights Movement for the 19th Amendment.; founder of National Woman's Party, initiator of the Silent Sentinels and the 1913 Women's Suffrage Parade, author of the Equal Rights Amendment
143 1875–1939 Eva Perón Argentina 1919 1952 [13]
144 1875–1939 Frédérique Petrides United States, Belgium 1903 1983 Feminist; pioneering orchestral conductor, activist and editor of Women in Music, a series of periodicals chronicling the activities of women in music
145 1875–1939 Marion Phillips United Kingdom 1881 1932 Suffragette
146 1875–1939 Erin Pizzey United Kingdom 1939 Second-wave feminist
147 1875–1939 Sylvia Plath United States 1932 1963
148 1875–1939 Letty Cottin Pogrebin United States 1939
149 1875–1939 Eileen Powell Australia 1913 1997 Trade unionist, women's activist and important contributor to the Equal Pay for Equal Work decision
150 1875–1939 Millicent Preston-Stanley Australia 1883 1955 First female member of the NSW Legislative Assembly; campaigned for the custodial rights of mothers in divorce and women's healthcare
151 1875–1939 Lorine Livington Pruette United States 1896 1977
152 1875–1939 Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti Nigeria 1900 1978 Foremost Nigerian women's rights activist
153 1875–1939 Claire Rayner United Kingdom 1931 2010
154 1875–1939 Adrienne Rich United States 1929 2012
155 1875–1939 Mary Richardson United Kingdom 1889 1961 Suffragette
156 1875–1939 Léa Roback Canada 1903 2000 Feminist; workers' union activist tied with the communist party
157 1875–1939 Hilary Rose United Kingdom 1935
158 1875–1939 Agnes Maude Royden United Kingdom 1876 1956 Suffragette
159 1875–1939 Florence Rush United States 1918 2008
160 1875–1939 Joanna Russ United States 1937 2011 Second-wave feminist
161 1875–1939 Diana E. H. Russell South Africa 1938 Second-wave feminist; radical feminist;anti-pornography feminist
162 1875–1939 Dora Russell United Kingdom 1894 1986 Feminist; progressive campaigner, advocate of marriage reform, birth control and female emancipation
163 1875–1939 Manuel Sacristán Spain 1925 1985 Socialist feminist
164 1875–1939 Nawal el-Sadaawi Egypt 1931 Muslim feminist [18]
165 1875–1939 Idola Saint-Jean Canada 1880 1945 Suffragette; journalist
166 1875–1939 Celia Sánchez Cuba 1920 1980 Early pioneer feminist [19]
167 1875–1939 George Sand France 1804 1876 Early pioneer feminist [14][19]
168 1875–1939 Flora Sandes United Kingdom 1876 1956 Feminist Sgt. Major in Serbian Army
169 1875–1939 Margaret Sanger United States 1879 1966 Socialist feminist; Founder of American Birth Control League; co-founder and long-time president of Planned Parenthood; writer, nurse [14]
170 1875–1939 Milunka Savić Serbia 1888 1973 First European combatant, soldier, feminist
171 1875–1939 Barbara Seaman United States 1935 2008
172 1875–1939 Baroness Seear United Kingdom 1913 1997
173 1875–1939 Huda Shaarawi Egypt 1879 1947 Muslim feminist; organizer for the Mubarrat Muhammad Ali (women's social service organization), the Union of Educated Egyptian Women and the Wafdist Women's Central Committee, founder and first president of the Egyptian Feminist Union
174 1875–1939 Alix Kates Shulman United States 1932 Radical feminist
175 1875–1939 Ruth Simpson United States 1926 2008
176 1875–1939 Monica Sjöö Sweden 1938 2005 Ecofeminist
177 1875–1939 Eleanor Smeal United States 1939 Second-wave feminist; organizer, initiator, president of N.O.W., founder and president of the Feminist Majority Foundation
178 1875–1939 Valerie Solanas United States 1936 1988 Radical feminist
179 1875–1939 Jo Spence United Kingdom 1934 1992
180 1875–1939 Gloria Steinem United States 1934 Second-wave feminist; Socialist feminist; radical feminist; anti-pornography feminist; writer
181 1875–1939 Doris Stevens United States 1892 1963 Organizer for National American Women Suffrage Association and the National Woman's Party, prominent Silent Sentinels participant, author Jailed for Freedom
182 1875–1939 Marie Stopes United Kingdom 1880 1958
183 1875–1939 Mary Stott United Kingdom 1907 2002
184 1875–1939 Jessie Street Australia 1889 1970 Suffragette, feminist; human rights campaigner; influential in labour rights and early days of UN
185 1875–1939 Edith Summerskill, Baroness Summerskill United Kingdom 1901 1980
186 1875–1939 Elisabeth Tamm Sweden 1880 1958
187 1875–1939 Mavis Tate United Kingdom 1893 1947
188 1875–1939 Joan Kennedy Taylor United States 1926 2005
189 1875–1939 Renee Taylor New Zealand 1929 Socialist feminist
190 1875–1939 Tcheng Yu-hsiu China 1891 1959 Revolutionary
191 1875–1939 Rini Templeton United States 1935 1986 Socialist feminist
192 1875–1939 Dorothy Thompson United States 1893 1961 Buffalo and New York suffragist, later an influential journalist and radio broadcaster
193 1875–1939 Winifred Todhunter United Kingdom 1877 1961
194 1875–1939 Jill Tweedie United Kingdom 1936 1993
195 1875–1939 Mabel Vernon United States 1883 1975 Suffragist, principal member of the Congressional Union for Women Suffrage, major organizer for the Silent Sentinels
196 1875–1939 Harriet Shaw Weaver United Kingdom 1876 1961 Suffragette
197 1875–1939 Nesta Helen Webster United Kingdom 1876 1960
198 1875–1939 Louise Weiss France 1893 1983 Journalist, writer, politician [46]
199 1875–1939 Trude Weiss-Rosmarin United States, Germany 1908 1989
200 1875–1939 Clara Wichmann Netherlands, Germany, 1885 1922 radical feminist
201 1875–1939 Audrey Wise United Kingdom 1935 2000
202 1875–1939 Monique Wittig France 1935 2003 [47]
203 1875–1939 Nellie Wong United States 1934 Socialist feminist
204 1875–1939 Virginia Woolf United Kingdom 1882 1941 First-wave feminist [14][19]
205 1875–1939 Molly Yard United States 1912 2005 Second-wave feminist

Mid to late 20th-century and all 21st-century feminists[edit]

Born 1940 onwards.

No. Period (birth) Name Country Born Died Comments Source
1 1940-2015 Lesley Abdela United Kingdom 1945 Expert on women's rights and representation [18]
2 1940-2015 Carol J. Adams United States 1951 Ecofeminist [48]
3 1940-2015 Haleh Afshar, Baroness Afshar United Kingdom 1944 Muslim feminist, professor of politics and women's studies, member of the British House of Lords [49]
4 1940-2015 Leila Ahmed Egypt 1940 Writer on Islam Islamic feminism [50]
5 1940-2015 Widad Akrawi Denmark 1969 Writer and doctor, advocate for gender equality and women's empowerment and participation in peace building and post-conflict governance [51]
6 1940-2015 Linda Martín Alcoff United States 20th century Philosopher at the City University of New York [52]
7 1940-2015 Ayaan Hirsi Ali United States, Netherlands, Somalia, 1969 Somali-Dutch feminist and atheist activist, writer and politician [53]
8 1940-2015 Pam Allen United States 1943 A founder of New York Radical Women [54]
9 1940-2015 Isabel Allende Chile, United States 1942 Writer [55]
10 1940-2015 Jane Alpert United States 1947 Radical feminist [56]
11 1940-2015 Tori Amos United States 1963 Third-wave feminist
12 1940-2015 Gloria E. Anzaldúa United States 1942 2004 Third-wave feminist [19]
13 1940-2015 Maria Arbatova USSR 1957
14 1940-2015 Parvin Ardalan Iran 1967 Women's rights activist
15 1940-2015 Mary Astell United Kingdom c. 1666 1731 [13][18][28]
16 1940-2015 Élisabeth Badinter France 1944 Dissident / anti-feminist [57][58]
17 1940-2015 Judi Bari United States 1949 1997 Ecofeminist [19]
18 1940-2015 Kathleen Barry United States 20th century Anti-prostitution feminist
19 1940-2015 Benedetta Barzini Italy 1943 Radical feminist
20 1940-2015 Jennifer Baumgardner United States 1970 Third-wave feminist
21 1940-2015 Ros Baxandall United States 20th century Second-wave feminist; radical feminist; New York Radical Women
22 1940-2015 Alison Bechdel United States 1960
23 1940-2015 Melissa Benn United Kingdom 1957 Third-wave feminist [19]
24 1940-2015 Lorraine Bethel United States 20th century Second-wave feminist [19]
25 1940-2015 Lauran Bethell United States 20th century Anti-prostitution feminist
26 1940-2015 Julie Bindel United Kingdom 1962 Anti-pornography feminist
27 1940-2015 Lóa Björk Björnsdóttir Iceland 1993 Third-wave feminist [citation needed]
28 1940-2015 Sandra Bloodworth Australia 20th century Labour historian, socialist activist, co-founder of the Trotskyist organisation Socialist Alternative, editor of Marxist Left Review
29 1940-2015 Rosie Boycott United Kingdom 1951
30 1940-2015 María Elísabet Bragadóttir Iceland 1993 Third-wave feminist [citation needed]
31 1940-2015 Hörður Tryggvi Bragason Iceland 1997 Third-wave feminist; radical feminist; cyberfeminist; anti-pornography feminist [citation needed]
32 1940-2015 Dionne Brand Canada 1953
33 1940-2015 Giannina Braschi Puerto Rico 1953 Third-wave feminist
34 1940-2015 Johanna Brenner United States 1942 Socialist feminist
35 1940-2015 Susie Bright United States 1958 Third-wave feminist; sex-positive feminism [19]
36 1940-2015 Flora Brovina Kosovo 1949
37 1940-2015 Rita Mae Brown United States 1944 Second-wave feminist; radical feminist; Redstockings [39]
38 1940-2015 Carrie Brownstein United States 1974 Third-wave feminist
39 1940-2015 Tammy Bruce United States 1962 Dissident feminist [19]
40 1940-2015 Charlotte Bunch United States 1944 Second-wave feminist
41 1940-2015 Louise Burfitt-Dons United Kingdom 1953 Conservative feminist
42 1940-2015 Judith Butler United States 1956 Third-wave feminist [18][19]
43 1940-2015 Octavia Butler United States 1947 2006
44 1940-2015 Lydia Cacho Mexico 1963
45 1940-2015 Beatrix Campbell United Kingdom 1947 Second-wave feminist
46 1940-2015 Angela Carter United Kingdom 1940 1992 Socialist feminist [18]
47 1940-2015 Ana Castillo United States 1953
48 1940-2015 Phyllis Chesler United States 1940 Feminist author, professor [39]
49 1940-2015 Margaret Cho United States 1968 Third-wave feminist [19]
50 1940-2015 Nancy Chodorow United States 1944 [18]
51 1940-2015 D. A. Clarke United States 20th century Radical feminist; anti-pornography feminist [19]
52 1940-2015 Mary Clark-Glass United Kingdom 20th century
53 1940-2015 Hillary Clinton United States 1947
54 1940-2015 Carol Cohn United States 20th century Gender and armed conflict
55 1940-2015 Susan G. Cole Canada 1952 Anti-pornography feminist
56 1940-2015 Patricia Hill Collins United States 1948 Third-wave feminist; Black feminist
57 1940-2015 Sandra Coney New Zealand 1944 Second-wave feminist
58 1940-2015 Noreen Connell United States 1947 radical feminist
59 1940-2015 Rosalind Coward United Kingdom 1952
60 1940-2015 Bernadette Cozart United States 1949 2009 Ecofeminist [19]
61 1940-2015 Nikki Craft United States 1949 Radical feminist; anti-pornography feminist; suffragist; one of the main organizers of the Suffrage Hikes [19]
62 1940-2015 Jean Curthoys Australia 1947 Dissident / anti-feminist [19]
63 1940-2015 Kimberly Dark United States 1968 Third-wave feminist
64 1940-2015 Françoise David Canada 1948 Feminist; politician
65 1940-2015 Angela Davis United States 1944 Second-wave feminist; Black feminist [19]
66 1940-2015 Martha Davis United States 1957 Third-wave feminist
67 1940-2015 Heather Dean United States, Canada 20th century Second-wave feminist [19]
68 1940-2015 Christine Delphy France 1941 Socialist feminist; material feminist [59]
69 1940-2015 Julie Delpy France 1969 [citation needed]
70 1940-2015 Marie Dentière Switzerland c. 1495 1561 [13]
71 1940-2015 Mark Dery United States 1959 Third-wave feminist; cyberfeminist
72 1940-2015 Ani DiFranco United States 1970 Third-wave feminist [19]
73 1940-2015 Gail Dines United Kingdom c. 1958 Anti-pornography feminist
74 1940-2015 Fatou Diome Senegal 1968
75 1940-2015 Frederick Douglass United States c. 1818 1895 Male suffragist [14]
76 1940-2015 Unity Dow Botswana 1959 Judge and writer; plaintiff in a case that allowed children of Motswana women and foreign men to be considered Batswana
77 1940-2015 Danica Draskovic Serbia 1945 Politician; writer [citation needed]
78 1940-2015 Donna Dresch United States 20th century Third-wave feminist; Riot grrrl
79 1940-2015 Carol Ann Duffy United Kingdom 1955
80 1940-2015 Stephen Durham United States 1947 Socialist feminist
81 1940-2015 Andrea Dworkin United States 1946 2005 Radical feminist ; anti-prostitution feminist; anti-pornography feminist [19][60]
82 1940-2015 Shirin Ebadi Iran 1947 Muslim feminist; activist, Nobel Peace Prize winner for her efforts for the rights of women and children
83 1940-2015 Barbara Ehrenreich United States 1941 Socialist feminist
84 1940-2015 Gunilla Ekberg Sweden 20th century Anti-prostitution feminist
85 1940-2015 Engy Ghozlan Egypt 1985 Coordinator of campaigns against sexual harassment in Egypt
86 1940-2015 Bracha L. Ettinger Israel 1948
87 1940-2015 Susan Faludi United States 1959 Second-wave feminist [19]
88 1940-2015 Fadia Faqir United Kingdom, Jordan 1956
89 1940-2015 Melissa Farley United States 1942 Second-wave feminist; radical feminist; anti-pornography feminist [19]
90 1940-2015 Johanna Fateman United States 1974 Third-wave feminist
91 1940-2015 Kathy Ferguson United States 1950 Individualist feminist [19]
92 1940-2015 Shulamith Firestone Canada 1945 2012 Second-wave feminist; radical feminist; Redstockings; New York Radical Feminists; New York Radical Women [19]
93 1940-2015 Mary Flanagan United States 20th century Third-wave feminist; cyberfeminist
94 1940-2015 Jo Freeman, Joreen United States 1945 Second-wave feminist [19]
95 1940-2015 Juliette Fretté United Kingdom 1983 Sex-positive feminist
96 1940-2015 Marilyn Frye United States 1941
97 1940-2015 Lindsey German United Kingdom 1951
98 1940-2015 Tavi Gevinson United States 1996 Third-wave feminist
99 1940-2015 Lois Marie Gibbs United States 1951 Ecofeminist
100 1940-2015 Stan Goff United States 1951 Socialist feminist
101 1940-2015 Lucy Goodison United Kingdom c. 1940s
102 1940-2015 Heide Göttner-Abendroth Germany 1941 Second-wave feminist [61]
103 1940-2015 Susan Griffin United States 1943 Ecofeminist; anti-pornography feminist
104 1940-2015 Emily Haines Canada 1974 Third-wave feminist
105 1940-2015 Daphne Hampson United Kingdom 1944
106 1940-2015 Carol Hanisch United States 20th century Second-wave feminist; radical feminist; Redstockings; New York Radical Women [19]
107 1940-2015 Kathleen Hanna United States 1968 Third-wave feminist; riot grrrl
108 1940-2015 Donna Haraway United States 1944 Second-wave feminist; Socialist feminist [19]
109 1940-2015 Nancy Hartsock United States 1943 Second-wave feminist
110 1940-2015 Rosemary Hennessy United States 20th century Material feminist
111 1940-2015 Shere Hite Germany 1942
112 1940-2015 Sarah Hoagland United States 20th century Anti-pornography feminist [62]
113 1940-2015 Risa Hontiveros-Baraquel Philippines 1966 Filipina women's right activist Philippines
114 1940-2015 'bell hooks' Gloria Jean Watkins United States 1952 Third-wave feminist; Socialist feminist; Black feminist [19]
115 1940-2015 Gillian Howie United Kingdom 1955 2013
116 1940-2015 Donna M. Hughes United States 1954 Third-wave feminist; cyberfeminist; anti-pornography feminist
117 1940-2015 Holly Hunter United States 1958 Third-wave feminist
118 1940-2015 Anna Hutsol UKR 1984 FEMEN
119 1940-2015 Luzviminda Ilagan Philippines 20th century Socialist feminist
120 1940-2015 Stevi Jackson United Kingdom 20th century Material feminist
121 1940-2015 Karla Jay United States 1947
122 1940-2015 Sheila Jeffreys Australia 1948 Second-wave feminist; anti-pornography feminist
123 1940-2015 Robert Jensen United States 1958 Anti-pornography feminist
124 1940-2015 Joan Jett United States 1958 Third-wave feminist
125 1940-2015 Claire Johnston United Kingdom 1940 1987
126 1940-2015 Miranda July United States 1974 Third-wave feminist
127 1940-2015 Mohja Kahf Syria 1967 Muslim feminist
128 1940-2015 Sheema Kalbasi Iran 1972 Writer and advocate for human rights and gender equality
129 1940-2015 Wendy Kaminer United States 1949 Anti-pornography feminist
130 1940-2015 Marcelle Karp United States 1962 Third-wave feminist; sex-positive feminist
131 1940-2015 Caroline Kauffmann France c. 1840s 1924 [18]
132 1940-2015 Jamie Keiles United States 1992 Third-wave feminist
133 1940-2015 Lierre Keith United States 1964 Anti-pornography feminist; Radical feminist
134 1940-2015 Petra Kelly Germany 1947 1992 Ecofeminist [18]
135 1940-2015 Carol Keyes United States 20th century Radical feminist [19]
136 1940-2015 Noushin Ahmadi Khorasani Iran 20th century Muslim feminist
137 1940-2015 Jean Kilbourne United States 1943 Third-wave feminist
138 1940-2015 Grace Ji-Sun Kim United States, South Korea 1969 Third-wave feminist
139 1940-2015 Sirje Kingsepp Estonia 1969 Socialist feminist
140 1940-2015 Barbara Kingsolver United States 1955 Third-wave feminist
141 1940-2015 Bonnie Sherr Klein United States 1941 Anti-pornography feminist
142 1940-2015 Naomi Klein Canada 1970 Socialist feminist
143 1940-2015 Anne Koedt United States 1941 Second-wave feminist; radical feminist; Redstockings; New York Radical Feminists; New York Radical Women
144 1940-2015 Andrew Kooman Canada 20th century Anti-prostitution feminist; anti-pornography feminist
145 1940-2015 Peggy Kornegger United States 20th century
146 1940-2015 Elaheh Koulaei Iran 20th century Muslim feminist
147 1940-2015 Sunitha Krishnan India 1972 Indian social activist and chief functionary and co-founder of Prajwala, an institution that assists trafficked women, girls and transgender people in finding shelter, giving education and employment
148 1940-2015 Julia Kristeva France, Bulgaria 1941 [19]
149 1940-2015 Winona LaDuke United States 1959 Ecofeminist [13]
150 1940-2015 Donna Laframboise Canada 20th century Dissident feminist [19]
151 1940-2015 Laura Lederer United States 1951 Anti-pornography feminist
152 1940-2015 Dorchen Leidholdt United States 20th century Anti-pornography feminist
153 1940-2015 John Lennon United Kingdom 1940 1980
154 1940-2015 Barbara Leon United States 20th century Second-wave feminist; radical feminist; Redstockings [63]
155 1940-2015 Ellie Levenson United Kingdom 1978
156 1940-2015 Ariel Levy United States 20th century Third-wave feminist; anti-pornography feminist
157 1940-2015 Olga Lipovskaya Russia 1954 [18]
158 1940-2015 Jacqueline Livingston United States 1943 Second-wave feminist
159 1940-2015 Sara Hlupekile Longwe Zambia 20th century radical feminist
160 1940-2015 Linda Lovelace United States 1949 2002 Anti-pornography feminist
161 1940-2015 Wangari Maathai Kenya 1940 2011 Ecofeminist
162 1940-2015 Catharine MacKinnon United States 1946 Anti-pornography feminist
163 1940-2015 Madonna United States 1958 sex-positive feminist
164 1940-2015 Patricia Mainardi United States 20th century Second-wave feminist; radical feminist; Redstockings; New York Radical Women [18]
165 1940-2015 Sara Maitland United Kingdom 1950
166 1940-2015 Catherine Malabou France 1959
167 1940-2015 Rosie Malek-Yonan Iran 1965 Third-wave feminist
168 1940-2015 Irshad Manji Canada 1968 Muslim feminist
169 1940-2015 Soe Tjen Marching Indonesia 1971
170 1940-2015 Amanda Marcotte United States 1977
171 1940-2015 Lucrezia Marinella Italy c. 1571 1653 [13]
172 1940-2015 Mirjana Marković Serbia 1942 Politician; writer
173 1940-2015 Angela Mason United Kingdom 1944 Second-wave feminist
174 1940-2015 Liza Maza Philippines 1957 Socialist feminist
175 1940-2015 Susan McClary United States 1946
176 1940-2015 Wendy McElroy Canada 1951
177 1940-2015 Patricia McFadden Swaziland 1952 Radical feminist
178 1940-2015 Jamie McIntosh Canada 20th century Lawyer and women's rights activist
179 1940-2015 Niamh McLoughlin United States 21st century Third-wave feminist [citation needed]
180 1940-2015 Angela McRobbie United Kingdom 1951
181 1940-2015 Page Mellish United States 20th century Anti-pornography feminist
182 1940-2015 Rigoberta Menchu Guatemala 1959 1917 [18]
183 1940-2015 Fatima Mernissi Morocco 1940 Muslim feminist
184 1940-2015 Juliet Mitchell United Kingdom 1940 Socialist feminist
185 1940-2015 Hayao Miyazaki Japan 1941 Socialist feminist
186 1940-2015 Tracey Moberly United Kingdom 1964
187 1940-2015 Maxine Molyneux United Kingdom 1948
188 1940-2015 Carol Moore United States 20th century Individualist feminist; radical libertarian [19][60]
189 1940-2015 Honor Moore United States 20th century
190 1940-2015 Cherríe Moraga United States 1952
191 1940-2015 Caitlin Moran United Kingdom 1975
192 1940-2015 Robin Morgan United States 1941 Second-wave feminist; radical feminist; anti-pornography feminist; New York Radical Women [60]
193 1940-2015 Laura Mulvey United Kingdom 1941
194 1940-2015 Sally Rowena Munt United Kingdom 20th century
195 1940-2015 Jenni Murray United Kingdom 1950
196 1940-2015 Inga Muscio United States c. 1966 Third-wave feminist
197 1940-2015 Kathy Najimy United States 1957 Third-wave feminist
198 1940-2015 Suniti Namjoshi India 1941 Third-wave feminist; cyberfeminist
199 1940-2015 Taslima Nasrin Bangladesh 1962 Feminist of Muslim origin
200 1940-2015 Benjamin Nolot United States 20th century Anti-prostitution feminist
201 1940-2015 Asra Nomani India 1965 Muslim feminist
202 1940-2015 Martha Nussbaum United States 1947
203 1940-2015 Ann Oakley United Kingdom 1944 Second-wave feminist
204 1940-2015 Sandra Oh Canada, United States 1971 Third-wave feminist
205 1940-2015 Lars Ohly Sweden 1957 Socialist feminist
206 1940-2015 Terry O'Neill United States c. 1953
207 1940-2015 Ellen Page Canada 1987 Third-wave feminist
208 1940-2015 Camille Paglia United States 1947 Dissident feminist> [19]
209 1940-2015 Amanda Palmer United States 1976 Third-wave feminist
210 1940-2015 Carole Pateman United Kingdom 1940
211 1940-2015 Nancy Paterson United States 1953 2010 Third-wave feminist; cyberfeminist
212 1940-2015 Peaches Canada 1966 Third-wave feminist
213 1940-2015 Vesna Pešić Serbia 1940 Feminist; diplomat; politician
214 1940-2015 Irene Peslikis United States 20th century Second-wave feminist; radical feminist; Redstockings; New York Radical Women
215 1940-2015 Liz Phair United States 1967 Third-wave feminist
216 1940-2015 Mary Pipher United States 1947 Second-wave feminist
217 1940-2015 Pocahontas United States c. 1595 1617 Early pioneer feminist [19]
218 1940-2015 Katha Pollitt United States 1949
219 1940-2015 Griselda Pollock Canada 1949 Second-wave feminist
220 1940-2015 Soraya Post Sweden 1956
221 1940-2015 Anastasia Powell Australia 1982 Third-wave feminist
222 1940-2015 Sharon Presley United States 1943 Individualist feminist [19]
223 1940-2015 Jerilynn Prior Canada 20th century
224 1940-2015 Maria Raha United States 1972 Third-wave feminist
225 1940-2015 Janice Raymond United States 1943 Second-wave feminist; anti-prostitution feminist
226 1940-2015 Bernice Johnson Reagon United States 1942 Second-wave feminist
227 1940-2015 Helen Reddy United States, Australia, 1941 Second-wave feminist
228 1940-2015 Elizabeth Anne Reid Australia 1942 World's first advisor on women's affairs to a head of state (Labour Prime Minister Gough Whitlam and active on women's development for the UN; also prominent in HIV activism
229 1940-2015 Abby Rockefeller United States 1943 Radical feminist
230 1940-2015 Ninotchka Rosca Philippines 1946 Socialist feminist
231 1940-2015 Jacqueline Rose United Kingdom 1949
232 1940-2015 Sheila Rowbotham United Kingdom 1943 Second-wave feminist
233 1940-2015 Gayle Rubin United States 1949 Sex-positive feminist; Queer theorist
234 1940-2015 Kathy Rudy United States 20th century Ecofeminist
235 1940-2015 Shadi Sadr Iran 1975 Women's rights activist
236 1940-2015 Gita Sahgal United Kingdom, India 1956/7
237 1940-2015 Sarojini Sahoo India 1956
238 1940-2015 JD Samson United States 1978 Third-wave feminist
239 1940-2015 Michael Sandel United States 1953
240 1940-2015 Justin Sane United States, Ireland 1973 Socialist feminist
241 1940-2015 Thomas Sankara Burkina Faso 1949 1987
242 1940-2015 Kathie Sarachild United States 1943 Second-wave feminist; radical feminist; Redstockings; New York Radical Women
243 1940-2015 Anita Sarkeesian United States, Canada c. 1984
244 1940-2015 Marjane Satrapi France, Iran 1969 Muslim feminist [64]
245 1940-2015 Marie-Laure Sauty de Chalon France 1962 Third-wave feminist [citation needed]
246 1940-2015 Alice Schwarzer Germany 1942 Second-wave feminist; anti-pornography feminist; journalist and publisher of the magazine "Emma"
247 1940-2015 Gudrun Schyman Sweden 1948 Third-wave feminist
248 1940-2015 Lynne Segal Australia 1944 Second-wave feminist; Socialist feminist
249 1940-2015 Shamima Shaikh South Africa 1960 1998 South African activist, member of the Muslim Youth Movement of South Africa, proponent of Islamic gender equality
250 1940-2015 Shahla Sherkat Iran 1956 Muslim feminist; journalist
251 1940-2015 Vandana Shiva India 1952 Ecofeminist
252 1940-2015 Elaine Showalter United States 1941
253 1940-2015 Agnes de Silva Sri Lanka 20th century [18]
254 1940-2015 Ann Simonton United States 1952 Second-wave feminist; radical feminist; anti-pornography feminist
255 1940-2015 Carol Smart United Kingdom 20th century
256 1940-2015 Barbara Smith United States 1946
257 1940-2015 Joan Smith United Kingdom 1953 Third-wave feminist
258 1940-2015 Valerie Smith Canada 20th century Anti-pornography feminist
259 1940-2015 Kate Smurthwaite United Kingdom 1975
260 1940-2015 Cornelia Sollfrank Germany 1960 Third-wave feminist; cyberfeminist
261 1940-2015 Patricia Soltysik United States 1950 1974 Radical feminist
262 1940-2015 Christina Hoff Sommers United States 1950 Dissident / anti-feminist [19]
263 1940-2015 Kate Soper United Kingdom 1943
264 1940-2015 Donita Sparks United States 1963 Third-wave feminist; Riot grrrl
265 1940-2015 Dale Spender Australia 1943 Second-wave feminist
266 1940-2015 Charlene Spretnak United States 1946 Ecofeminist
267 1940-2015 Annie Sprinkle United States 1954 Third-wave feminist; Sex-positive feminist
268 1940-2015 Starhawk United States 1951 Ecofeminist
269 1940-2015 Patrick Stewart United Kingdom 1940 Socialist feminist
270 1940-2015 Debbie Stoller United States 20th century Third-wave feminist; sex-positive feminist
271 1940-2015 John Stoltenberg United States 1945 Second-wave feminist; radical feminist; anti-pornography feminist
272 1940-2015 Nadine Strossen United States 1950 Third-wave feminist
273 1940-2015 Lucy Suchman United Kingdom 20th century Third-wave feminist; cyberfeminist
274 1940-2015 Anne Summers Australia 1945 Women's rights activist; women's advisor to Labour Prime Minister Paul Keating and editor of Ms. magazine (New York)
275 1940-2015 Karlina Leksono Supelli Indonesia 1958
276 1940-2015 Helen Sworn United Kingdom 20th century Anti-prostitution feminist
277 1940-2015 Kazimiera Szczuka Poland 1966
278 1940-2015 Lili Taylor United States 1967 Third-wave feminist [19]
279 1940-2015 J. Ann Tickner United States 20th century
280 1940-2015 Roya Toloui Iran 1966 Women's rights activist
281 1940-2015 Corin Tucker United States 1972 Third-wave feminist [19]
282 1940-2015 Robin Tunney United States 1972 Third-wave feminist
283 1940-2015 Urvashi Vaid United States, India 1958
284 1940-2015 Tobi Vail United States 1969 Third-wave feminist; Riot grrrl
285 1940-2015 Jessica Valenti United States 1978 Third-wave feminist
286 1940-2015 Norah Vincent United States 1968 Dissident feminist [19]
287 1940-2015 Kajsa Wahlberg Sweden 20th century Anti-prostitution feminist; Sweden's national rapporteur on human trafficking opposition activities
288 1940-2015 Hilary Wainwright United Kingdom 1949 Second-wave feminist; Socialist feminist
289 1940-2015 Alice Walker United States 1944 radical feminist; Black feminist
290 1940-2015 Rebecca Walker United States 1969 Third-wave feminist
291 1940-2015 Michele Wallace United States 1952 Second-wave feminist
292 1940-2015 Natasha Walter United Kingdom 1967 Third-wave feminist
293 1940-2015 Peng Wan-ru Taiwan 1949 1996
294 1940-2015 Warcry United States 20th century Radical feminist
295 1940-2015 Joss Whedon United States 1964 Radical feminist; male feminist [65][66]
296 1940-2015 Faith Wilding United States, Paraguay 1943 Third-wave feminist; cyberfeminist
297 1940-2015 Ellen Willis United States 1941 2006 Second-wave feminist; radical feminist; sex-positive feminist; Redstockings; New York Radical Women
298 1940-2015 Kaia Wilson United States 20th century Third-wave feminist
299 1940-2015 Oprah Winfrey United States 1954 Second-wave feminist [19]
300 1940-2015 Valerie Wise United Kingdom 1955
301 1940-2015 Naomi Wolf United States 1962 Dissident feminist; Third-wave feminist [19]
302 1940-2015 Allison Wolfe United States 1969 Third-wave feminist
303 1940-2015 Alice Wolfson United States 20th century
304 1940-2015 Elizabeth Wurtzel United States 1967
305 1940-2015 Cathy Young United States, Russia 1963 [67]
306 1940-2015 Stasa Zajovic Serbia 1953 Co-founder and coordinator of Women in Black
307 1940-2015 Sande Zeig United States 20th century
308 1940-2015 Julie Zeilinger United States 1993 Third-wave feminist

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