Women during the twentieth century across Europe and North America demanded voting rights

Women during the twentieth century across Europe and North America demanded voting rights.
Initial rights were progressive and liberal
The Weimar Constitution granted women the same rights as men, being able to vote and hold office in 1919.
When the republic went into economic crisis, majority of women turned towards a more conservative parties, like the Nazis.
They finally got the rights to vote thus giving them an opportunity to have a practical say in the political decisions that were being made for them
Although women’s rights increasingly became better, they were still met with a traditional backlash. e.g.:
Kinder, Küche, Kirche (children, kitchen, church)
Women were also forced to leave the workforce after they got married to resume traditional roles as a wife and mother