Originally used in opera companies, "prima donna" is Italian for "first lady." The term was used to designate the leading female singer in the opera company, the person to whom the prime roles would be given. The prima donna was normally a soprano. ...more on Wikipedia about "Prima donna"
Sacred feminine is the admiring and faith in the mysterious female power of sexual reproduction and female beauty. It also seems to have some relation to the so-called feminine mystique. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sacred feminine"
A sanitary towel ( U.K.) or sanitary napkin ( U.S.) is an absorbent piece of material worn by a woman while she is menstruating, to absorb the flow of blood from the vagina. These pads are not to be confused with incontinence pads, worn by women who have bladder control problems. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sanitary towel"
The treatment of women in Afghanistan under the Taliban was often singled out for special attention by the Western world: ...more on Wikipedia about "Taliban treatment of women"
The Dinner Party is a work by feminist artist Judy Chicago depicting place settings for 39 mythical and historical famous women throughout history. It was produced from 1974 to 1979 by a collaboration of many individual women and first exhibited in 1979. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Dinner Party"
Transsexual pregnancy, like male pregnancy, has been limited to the realms of speculation, science fiction and comedy as the phenomenon would be a biological impossibility under traditional circumstances. Due to advances in modern medicine the concept is generally considered possible, but both the risks and the chances of success are still at foolhardy levels. ...more on Wikipedia about "Transsexual Pregnancy"
(Transwoman) Transwomen or trans-women are transsexual or transgender people who have been identified as members of the male sex since infancy, but believe that this is not an accurate or complete description of themselves and therefore (usually) identify, and live as female. ...more on Wikipedia about "Transwoman"
UNMS, English abbreviation NUSW, Union Nacional de Mujeres (The National Union of Sahrawi Women) is the women's organization of the Front Polisario. ...more on Wikipedia about "UNMS"
A widow is a woman whose spouse has died. A man whose spouse has died is a widower. The state of having lost one's spouse to death is termed widowhood or viduity. ...more on Wikipedia about "Widow"
A woman is an adult female human, as contrasted with a man (an adult male), and a girl, (a female child). The term woman (irregular plural: women) is used to indicate biological sex distinctions, cultural gender role distinctions, or both. ...more on Wikipedia about "Woman"
In heraldry, a woman may bear arms by inheritance from her father or by grant to herself. She may not use a crest, which is used only for males. When unmarried, she displays her arms on a lozenge (a diamond shape) or on an oval or oval-like shape. Traditionally, a woman does not display her arms on a shield, as the shield originated with knights and warfare, and is thus viewed as fitting for a man, but not a woman. Recently though, some armigerous women have chosen to break with tradition and use a shield anyway. ...more on Wikipedia about "Women in heraldry"
The history of women in the judiciary is unfortunately a brief one. Today, the burgeoning number of women in the judiciary follows an explosive trend of women entering law school as well as other professional fields. However, much still must be accomplished before a standard of true equality can be achieved in the field. ...more on Wikipedia about "Women in the U.S. Judiciary"
The status of Women in the Victoria Era is often seen as an illustration of the striking discrepancy between the nation's power and richness and what many, then and now, consider its appalling social conditions. ...more on Wikipedia about "Women in the Victorian era"
Women's history is a term that refers to information about the past in regard to the female human being. When used as the name of a field of study within women's studies, "women's history" refers to the study and interpretation of women's suffrage. The history of women in the United States dates back to colonial era and condition for women varied greatly. In other countries, see Women in Cuba (Herstory) women have also had a powerful role ** . ...more on Wikipedia about "Women's history" Enjoy shortopedia. Women
(Women's political rights in Bahrain) For: ...more on Wikipedia about "Women's political rights in Bahrain"
Women's Right to Know refers to the idea that a pregnant woman seeking an abortion should be educated as to the possible negative consequences of such a procedure. Some juristictions have Women's Right to Know Laws which mandate that abortion clinics provide such basic information and that no abortion may take place in a given period of time after the patient receives it, usually 24–72 hours. The intent is to give the patient time to learn more about the procedure and to allow a change in her decision regarding the abortion. ...more on Wikipedia about "Women's right to know"
Women's studies is an interdisciplinary academic field devoted to topics concerning women, feminism, gender, and politics. It often includes feminist theory, women's history (eg history of women's suffrage) and social history, women's literature, women's health, and the feminist and gender studies-influenced practice of most of the humanities and social sciences. ...more on Wikipedia about "Women's studies"
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