A hundred years ago, on January 19, 2019, German women were allowed to vote and be elected for the first time in history on a national level. As many as 37 of them even won seats at the national assembly.
Yann Moix, an award-winning French author made the comments in an interview with Marie Claire magazine.
Thousands of women took to the streets of the Bolivian capital La Paz on Sunday to take part in a run and demonstration against gender-based violence.
There were celebrations, sadness, anger and violence after the Argentine Senate voted against a bill that would have liberalised the country's abortion law
Tens of thousands of South Korean women have been taking part in a mass protest in Seoul against secretly-filmed spycam pornography.
Driving through morning rush hour and stopping for coffee and fuel, Ghamdi braved the traffic of Jeddah for the first time in her life.
Dozens of male lawyers in Chicago took to the city streets in high heels to raise awareness and encourage conversation about rape and sexual assault.
Here's a roundup of some of the brightest stories from the week to cheer up your Friday