We are so fortunate to sit here in our developed countries, on our electronic devices, using our remarkable literacy skills to communicate with other women. Much of this is because some very gutsy women took a stand.
I don't believe that we can rest on our laurels and say "yep, won that battle. Next!". There is still som many issues, like bodily autonomy, to see people responding to the news that Chelsea Clinton is pregnant and making snide comments about her *bunch of cells* with no recognition that the issue is about a woman having the right to choose; or the fact that our government in 2014 has only 1 female minister, while many other experienced female members of parliament remain on the back benches; still violence against women is an issue; still the rhetoric when a woman is raped is "oh, she must have asked for it/been walking down a dark street" etc etc. And as other have touched on, in other countries it is so much harder to be a woman. In saudi arabia a woman must have her husbands consent to have gynecological surgery.