One of 14 pedestrian crossing lights subtly altered on Konstitucijos Street in Vilnius to celebrate the centenary of voting rights for Lithuanian women.

Like many other European countries, Lithuanian women earn 14 percent less than their male colleagues [and hold only 17 percent of executive positions]

(Photos: PETRAS MALUKAS/AFP/Getty Images)


8 thoughts on “Little Women

      1. The Old Boy

        I think they meant, “only 17% of executive positions [in Lithuania] are held by women.” If 17% of women hold executive positions, they have far too many executives, and they’re all women.

  1. Starina

    cute. i mean this isn’t what feminism is talking about when we say we want equality, but it’s cute as an anniversary marker.

    onwards and upwards, comrades.

      1. Spaghetti Hoop

        Was just looking at that on Twitter, Clamps and about to pick up the link and send through. It’s nicely done. China, eh?

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