There is no denying the fact that almost half of humanity has always comprised women. But only a few women appear on lists of ‘great people’ who have shaped the course of human history that has been, to many feminists ‘His-story’. Women, if they appear at all, do so as a support for men, or as suffering the consequences of war and disaster. However, things are not so anymore as after a long suffering and discrimination to find a limited recognized place in the society, women, nowadays, are playing an important role in societies across the globe. They hold the reins of governments in many countries, e.g. Angela Merkel of Germany, Jacinda Ardern of New Zealandý and Sanna Marin of Finalnd, and are serving at top positions in global bodies and international organizations, e.g.  Kristalina Georgieva (Managing Director IMF) Christine Lagarde (President of the European Central Bank), Nancy Pelosi (Speaker of the US House of Representatives), Ursula von der Leyen (President of the European Commission) and many others. These achievements emerged after the feminism which attempts to analyse the social position of women, explain their apparent subsidiary role in history and offer the basis for reform and the advancement of women in all areas of society.

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