If you thought 1920 was a reprehensibly late date to get the right to vote, what about 2015? This December is poised to be the first time that Saudi Arabian women will finally be able to vote and run for office.
According to this Time article, an estimated 70 women are looking to run as candidates in the country's municipal elections.
I liked this stock photo since it clearly showed Saudi women
plotting to overthrow the government via their newfound powers.
Lest you think that this means everything's hunky-dory in one of the most conservative and restrictive countries in the world, remember that Saudi woman still can't drive cars, go out in public without a male chaparone, wear whatever they like, and many other common, sensible tasks. Hopefully, they will soon vote to relax these rules.