Ask the Brain The World's First Computer-Generated Encyclopedia Computer Generated Encyclopaedia

 Ask the Brain! :)
Ok "Brain", what's the deal with ?
   In the News - 21 May: Barry Bonds  Mitt Romney  Rupert Murdoch  Santa Claus  Pearl Harbor  

Topic: Women's Rights Movement

  Women    Movement  
  Civil Rights Movement    Women's Right to Vote  
  Women's Suffrage Movement    Women's Rights The history  
  Women Voting Rights    Pictures of the Civil Rights Movement  

 Vital Stats
The Brain has inferred the following facts from reading text collected on the topic:
Favorite possession(s):Dildo,  Bikini,  Lingerie
People talk about their ..:Fashion sense
Currently has on their coffee table:Vogue magazine,  FHM magazine,  Cosmopolitan
Favorite TV show(s):World Cup Coverage
Favorite body part(s):Hair
Likes to wear:Mambo,  Adidas,  Sports bra
Favorite sport(s):Volleyball,  Rugby,  Running
Favorite online activity(s):Sharing jokes with friends
Favorite sportsperson(s):Venus Williams (tennis),  Steffi Graff (tennis)
Worst habit(s):Showing off
 Expert Talk
The Brain has selected interesting relevant sentences from the web. It automatically assigned them to some of our fictitious experts based on their personalities.

Ben Werner,
Student Newspaper Editor

The shock troops of this campaign are the women's liberation movement and the Radical party, a civil rights pressure group without any seats in parliament.
Also I was fortunate to have been on an active university campus during the heydays of Vietnam and civil rights protests, and the emergence of the women's and environmental movements.
Living the Legacy 1848-1998 for information about the 150th anniversary of the organized Women's Rights Movement in the United States.
Todd Porter,
Gym Attendent

The reason we still need Women's Music 25 years later is the same reason we still need the Civil Right's movement.
John Carthy,
Gun Shop Sales Assistant

If this conclusion were applied to the American Revolution or the Women's Rights Movement, a good portion of American society would be labeled as having brain damage.
Mark Harris,

So it's clear that, contrary to common misconception, the Women's Rights Movement did not begin in the 1960s.
 User Talk
Comments from our users:

2005-04-12 11:40:40
Got a question? Got an answer? Let's hear it!


Protection code:

 Pass this on!
Got a friend into Women's Rights Movement? Show them this!

Your Name:
Friend's Email1: eg.
Friend's Email2: (optional)
Friend's Email3: (optional)
Friend's Email4: (optional)
Friend's Email5: (optional)
Contact Us | What is AskTheBrain? | Terms and Conditions
Feel free to link to this page.

This is a satirical computer-generated website. By using this site, you agree to abide by our terms and conditions.
Copyright Rapid Intelligence 2003. All Rights Reserved.