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Eve Named One Of "125 Women Who Changed Our World" (Good Housekeeping)

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Good Housekeeping

125 Women Who Changed Our World

Some made music, some made noise, all made a difference. We celebrate 125 women who, during the past 125 years, broke records, broke ground, blazed trails, and suffered trials, shattering ceilings of glass and even tougher stuff. While some are obvious choices and some obscure, all acted to increase our liberty, safety, and prosperity. One of them makes the best lemon meringue pie ever. We honor these matron saints whose work continues to bring pleasure, save lives, and widen the scope of little girls' dreams.

Eve Ensler



The creator of The Vagina Monologues has raised consciousness — and, through her V-Day organization, more than $75 million for global programs working to end violence against women and girls. A current focus: the Democratic Republic of Congo, the most dangerous place in the world to be female.

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