The Declaration of the Rights of the Man and of the Citizen in France, the First Countries to Allow Women to Vote, American Activist Margaret Sanger’s Advent of the Term “Birth Control”, the Comstock Law of 1873, Sanger Distributing Prophylactics, Sanger Continuing to Promote Women’s Reproductive Rights in Prison, Modern Day Birth Control Usage, and the Controversial Past of Sanger

On October 5, 1789, the women of Paris, France stormed the palace of Versailles and forced King Louis XVI to sign the Déclaration des droits de l'homme et du citoyen de which means “The Declaration of the Rights of the Man and of the Citizen” in French. New Zealand was the first country to allow women to vote in 1893. Norway followed suit in 1913 and Denmark shortly after in 1915. Margaret Sanger who’s mother had health complications due to multiple childbirths invented the term “birth control” ...

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