Apr 13, 2014 ... A woman's place used to be in the home – women gave up work after marrying,
and husbands were the breadwinners. That's what we have ...
(There is evidence that in Ancient Egypt some women could read and write). A
famous ... Legally girls could marry when they were 12 years old. However ...
What the cave-women did during their menstrual cycle is obviously not
documented, but basically back in the "olden days", as now, women have had 3
May 20, 2015 ... But, before the 19th Century, doctors didn't realise periods were even linked to
ovulation. They thought women needed to bleed to cool their ...
In around 1900, women start fighting for the right to vote, the right to an education
and gradually start to move into male-dominated areas of life.
It's difficult to gather much information on this subject, since women's history is ... (
Picture is of an old newspaper advertisement showing a 'washable cloth belt' for
27 ... I wonder if there is anyone making reusable sanitary pads these days?
What women used for menstruation in the past. ... Jewish law (halakha) requires
menstruating women to count five days after the start of their .... from soapwort,
and it was the best to whiten old linen; I wonder if textile museums know that?
May 8, 2012 ... “In the good old days, men knew that women are crazy and they knew how to
deal with them.” File under: we can't make this shit up. Rev.
Aug 18, 2014 ... In 2010, the average age of for a woman to get married was 26. ... the 19th
Amendment was ratified, the average bride was just 21 years old. 2.
Oct 3, 2013 ... ExplainedELI5: How did women deal with their period in the Middles .... studies
began to show that in the days before ovulation women start to ...