It was the year 1848. The world was man dominated with little room for women to advance in life.
For years men were the only ones who had fare job opportunities, and equal education chances.
Women were forced to take the roll of housewives, not even given the right to vote, leaving them in the dark on political issues.
Women like Susan B. Anthony Lucretia Mott, and Emmeline Pankhurst led the suffrage moment, changing the role women take in society.
Thousands of women took an active role in society, working towards equality. Eventual all women universities like Vassar College and Bryn Mawr opened, new inventions were widely known, giving women more time to take up jobs, and the 19th amendment passed, finally giving women the right to vote.
If it weren't for women, today's society would have little to no social equality, leaving the world to be dominated by only men.