Mary Wollstonecraft, known for her work A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, was the mother of which other renowned author?
Ursula K Le Guin
Maria Montessori, the first woman to acquire a medical degree in Italy, developed sensory materials for her teaching techniques with the help of this influential woman. Who is it?
What legendary actress, who starred in The Big Sleep, coined the moniker “The Rat Pack” to describe some of her co-stars?
What was NOT one of Ella Fitzgerald’s many nicknames?
First Lady of Song
Queen of Jazz
Jacinda Ardern, the leader of the Labour Party, is the world’s youngest female head of government in which country?
Helen Keller, who was deaf and blind, was “best friends” with which renowned American author?
Cleopatra was not Egyptian, despite her title as “Queen of Egypt,” so what nationality was she?
Jane Goodall is the world’s leading expert on which animal in which she spent nearly half a century researching them in Tanzania?
Who is the youngest person to ever earn the Nobel Prize, with a day named after her by the United Nations?
Known for “La Vie En Rose,” Parisian singer Edith Piaf was known as what?
The Queen’s Nightingale
Queen of Jazz
What was Bessie Smith’s nickname when she was the highest-paid Black entertainer in the world?
Empress of the Blues
Queen of Jazz
Princess of Pop
When she ruled this country, Benazir Bhutto became the first female leader of a democratic Muslim majority country. What is the name of the country?
Who was the first member of the Royal Family to dwell in Buckingham Palace, Alexandrina?
Queen Elizabeth I
Queen Elizabeth II
What previous first lady organized press conferences exclusively for female reporters? She also received 35 honorary degrees.
What was Harriet Tubman’s codename as a key conductor of the Underground Railroad?
Russian Empress Catherine the Great established a friendship with Voltaire and led the country into what renowned era?
Age of Reason
Age of Enlightenment
Age of Romance
Age of Exploration
Frida Kahlo’s life was marred by tragedy, beginning with a disability brought on by which disease?
Known for her role in West Side Story, what star’s decades-long career has earned her an EGOT and a Presidential Medal of Freedom?
What Argentina’s first lady was named “Spiritual Leader of the Nation” by Congress for her work with the sick and poor?
What is the name of the famous astrologer whom Queen of France Catherine de Medici employed as a court seer during the 16th century?
Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa
What author created six books, including Northanger Abbey, and was first published anonymously with just the postscript “By a Lady”?
Which of the following was NOT one of the three talented Bront sisters who wrote eight books between them?
What other great philosopher was Simone de Beauvoir’s longtime companion after coming in second to him in a renowned French exam?
Jean Jacques Rousseau
Whoopi Goldberg is a member of what elite award-winning club and is known for her appearances in Ghost and Sister Act?
Pulitzer Prize winners
Nobel Prize winners
MTV Movie Award winners
J.K. Rowling is the first female billionaire author, yet her initial book was rejected how many times?
What was jazz icon Billie Holiday’s nickname?
Queen of Rhythm and Blues
Angela Merkel, Europe’s longest-serving elected female leader, is known as “Mutti,” which means what?
At an NYC Town Hall meeting, feminist Germaine Greer argued which male writer in her book The Female Eunuch?
Elizabeth Cady Stanton, a women’s rights activist, launched the American women’s suffrage campaign and was the first woman to seek what office?
Brigitte Bardot was an actress and campaigner who appeared in films such as And God Created Woman. What moniker was developed specifically for her?
What young environmental activist gave a furious statement at the United Nations in 2019 while on strike for climate change?
How old was Anne Frank when she wrote her diaries?
What is the name of the Greek poet from the island of Lesbos who was dubbed “the female Homer” despite the fact that very little of her poetry has survived?
What was the nickname of this “fastest woman alive”? She won three gold medals in the Olympics.
At what club did Gloria Steinem went undercover for when she was working for Esquire and Vogue?
The Chocolate Factory
What author’s pets inspired the popular children’s book The Tale of Peter Rabbit?
Julie Andrews directed the theatrical version of this hit after being passed over for the film part of Eliza Doolittle (which went to Audrey Hepburn).
My Fair Lady
Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Shakira, a Colombian artist known for songs like “Waka Waka,” is also a Goodwill Ambassador for what organization?
World Wildlife Fund
Which two female Supreme Court Justices served at the same time, with just four women out of 114 Supreme Court Justices?
Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sandra Day O’Connor
Sonia Blade and Judith Connor
Sarah Day O’Connor and Sonia Montemayor
Judge Judy and Judgy Marilyn Milian
Michele Obama, the first African-American First Lady, earned a magna cum laude degree from Princeton in what?