Women today enjoy equal status in society. They are no less than any man in terms of achievement and talent and exert quite a dominant influence over modern society’s daily proceedings. But has the scenario always been this way? Sadly, no! Much of what we enjoy today has been due to the hard work and persistent claim for equality by our predecessors. Women of the yesteryears did not enjoy the freedom that we use and often misuse today. They, in fact, were treated as minorities of the society and had no say whatsoever. To change the way women were treated in society and give them equal rights as of men, many of the suffragists turned into campaigners of women rights. They fought against slavery and became leading advocates of equal rights for women. They helped women secure the right to vote and became key propagators of self-dependency. In United Kingdom, the scenario was no different from the rest of the world. Leading feminist figures campaigned for equality and freedom. From being suffragists to social activists, they helped turn the society by constantly chanting for the rights of women. Eminent women’s right activists like Mary Wollstonecraft, Millicent Fawcett, Emmeline Pankhurst passionately led the movement in Britain. Check out in details about their life, their story and their struggle for freedom in this segment given below.