Did You Know?
It was only in January 2013, that the French Government ended the law that made it illegal for women to wear trousers. This absurd law had been put in place in 1800 after the French Revolution as a way of discouraging women from taking their liberty too seriously and demanding being allowed to perform “men’s” duties. Though not enforced, the law still stood for 213 years, before officially being revoked by Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, France's minister of women's rights.

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