18 Beautiful Photos That Shine a Light On Women's Rights By Caitlyn Mattil July 21, 2013 Get Mic daily:Sign upThat's not a valid email address!You're in! We'll email you soon. SHARE TWEET POST Here are eighteen, both old and new, that shine a light on women's rights and the struggle for equality. 1. Protesting violence against women 2. The ultraviolet light brigade standing with Texas women 3. One Billion Rising - The global movement to end violence against women and girls 4. One billion fathers rising 5. The Gulabi Gang - a group of women vigilantes and activists 6. A royal welcome to gay marriage 7. Protesting rape in India 8. San Jose, Costa Rica - mourning dresses hung out to represent victims of domestic violence 9. Because activism can start at any age 10. Candlelight vigil and protest after the shooting of Malala 11. A camp for gender non conforming children and their parents 12. Feminist Street Art 13. Pretoria High School for Girls created 2000 folded origami flowers in protest of women’s rights abuses 14. Fighting objectification in advertising 15. Two women kiss in front of anti gay marriage protesters in France 16. A women's rights march from 1970 17. Campaigning to end violence against women 18. Because protest signs can be powerful and funny at the same time Like us on Facebook: SHARE TWEET POST Caitlyn Mattil Get five stories every day that challenge you to rethink the world.Sign upThat's not a valid email address!Thanks for signing up! We think you'll like these too.The Slay⚡ News AlertsThe MovementThe PayoffOne-click subscribeYou didn't pick any newsletters!Thanks!