Women's suffrage was the most controversial women's rights issue of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries and divided early feminists on ideological lines. After women secured the right to vote inthe women's rights movement lost much of its momentum. World War I and II encouraged women to do their patriotic duty by entering the workforce to support the war effort. Many women assumed they would leave the working world when men returned from service, and many did.
Mesopotamia Ancient Sumerian bas-relief portrait depicting the poetess Enheduanna Women in ancient Sumer could buy, own, sell, and inherit property. Women in ancient Egypt In ancient Egypt women enjoyed the same rights under the law as a men, however rightful entitlements depended upon social class.
Landed property descended in the female line from mother to daughter, and women were entitled to administer their own property. Women in ancient Egypt could buy, sell, be a partner in legal contractsbe executor in wills and witness to legal documents, bring court action, and adopt children.
Women in India Women during the early Vedic period  enjoyed equal status with men in all aspects of life. Women in Greece Respectable Athenian women were expected to involve themselves in domestic tasks such as washing clothes left ; in reality, many worked right.
Although most women lacked political and equal rights in the city states of ancient Greece, they enjoyed a certain freedom of movement until the Archaic age.
Until marriage, women were under the guardianship of their father or other male relative. As women were barred from conducting legal proceedings, the kyrios would do so on their behalf. Slaves could become Athenian citizens after being freed, but no woman ever acquired citizenship in ancient Athens.
This separation would entail living in a room called a gynaikeionwhile looking after the duties in the home and having very little exposure with the male world.
This was also to ensure that wives only had legitimate children from their husbands. Athenian women received little education, except home tutorship for basic skills such as spin, weave, cook and some knowledge of money.
As men engaged in military activity, women took responsibility for running estates. According to Aristotle the labour of women added no value because "the art of household management is not identical with the art of getting wealth, for the one uses the material which the other provides".
They also saw marriage as a moral companionship between equals rather than a biological or social necessity, and practiced these views in their lives as well as their teachings. The Stoics adopted the views of the Cynics and added them to their own theories of human nature, thus putting their sexual egalitarianism on a strong philosophical basis.
Women in ancient Rome Roman law, similar to Athenian law, was created by men in favor of men. Roman societyhowever, was patriarchaland women could not vote, hold public officeor serve in the military. During the Roman Republicthe mother of the Gracchus brothers and of Julius Caesar were noted as exemplary women who advanced the career of their sons.
By 27—14 BCE the ius trium liberorum "legal right of three children" granted symbolic honors and legal privileges to a woman who had given birth to three children, and freed her from any male guardianship.
This arrangement was one of the factors in the independence Roman women enjoyed. A married woman retained ownership of any property she brought into the marriage.
Adulterywhich had been a private family matter under the Republic, was criminalized,  and defined broadly as an illicit sex act stuprum that occurred between a male citizen and a married woman, or between a married woman and any man other than her husband.
Therefore, a married woman could have sex only with her husband, but a married man did not commit adultery when he had sex with a prostituteslaveor person of marginalized status infamis.
Stoics of the Imperial era such as Seneca and Musonius Rufus developed theories of just relationships. While not advocating equality in society or under the law, they held that nature gives men and women equal capacity for virtue and equal obligations to act virtuously, and that therefore men and women had an equal need for philosophical education.
The daughters of senators and knights seem to have regularly received a primary education for ages 7 to Womens Rights Convention was the first women's rights convention It advertised itself as a convention to discuss the social, civil, and religious condition and rights of woman Held in Seneca Falls New York, it spanned two days over July 19–20 A description of the Mirena IUD or IUS, an effective form of contraception.
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Vulvitis: Caused By Allergic Reaction, Yeast Infection, Vaginitis, Home Remedies And Itching Relief, Medical Treatments. The decline of women’s rights in Sparta. However, the rights women acquired did not last forever. These rights, which provided women with the necessary tools to successfully run estates, also increased the opportunity cost of having children.