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Q 1. Madonna has pushed boundaries and redefined women’s roles in the music industry for decades. After countless studio albums, her most recent is called: Madame X. True or False?


Q 1. Madonna has pushed boundaries and redefined women’s roles in the music industry for decades. After countless studio albums, her most recent is called: Madame X. True or False?

Options
False, her most recent album was American Life.
True, it was released in 2018.
False, her most recent album was Hard Candy.
True, and it was released in 2019.

Q 2. Diana, Princess of Wales, used to be a pre-school assistant. True or False?


Q 2. Diana, Princess of Wales, used to be a pre-school assistant. True or False?

Options
False, she was a nurse.
True, she also owned a stationery shop.
False, she was the daughter of a tea merchant.
True, she was also initially a home-schooled child.

Q 3. The Oprah Winfrey Show has brought to light so many social, cultural and political issues, making Oprah into a millionaire! True or False?


Q 3. The Oprah Winfrey Show has brought to light so many social, cultural and political issues, making Oprah into a millionaire! True or False?

Options
True, but it’s her book club that has made her the most money.
False, she used to be a millionaire but now she gives most of her money to charity.
False, she is actually a billionaire.
True, she was a millionaire but when her show ended, she went bankrupt.

Q 4. Ella Fitzgerald was the first African American to win a Grammy, making music history.


Q 4. Ella Fitzgerald was the first African American to win a Grammy, making music history.

Options
False, she never won a Grammy.
True, she made history, but not with a Grammy but by singing in the White House.
True, she made history in 1958 with the win.
False, she was the second African American woman to win a Grammy.

Q 5. A force in the art world, Frida Kahlo was born in Coyoacán, a village on the outskirts of Mexico City.


Q 5. A force in the art world, Frida Kahlo was born in Coyoacán, a village on the outskirts of Mexico City.

Options
True!
True, she was born in Mexico City but in a village called Bacalar.
False, she was born in Spain.
False, she was born in Portugal.

Q 6. Sally Ride was the first American woman to travel to space on the shuttle Challenger in 1983.


Q 6. Sally Ride was the first American woman to travel to space on the shuttle Challenger in 1983.

Options
True, she was the first American woman in space, but the third in space overall.
False, she was a astrophysicist who never went to space.
False, she was a mathematician helping astronauts get into space.
True, but the shuttle was called Apollo 13.

Q 7. Marie Curie founded the new science of radioactivity. Her discoveries launched effective cures for cancer.


Q 7. Marie Curie founded the new science of radioactivity. Her discoveries launched effective cures for cancer.

Options
False, she invented penicillin.
True, and she was also the first woman to win a Nobel Prize.
True, but she did not win a Nobel Prize.
False, she invented a cure for the measles.

Q 8. Possibly the greatest actress of all time. Meryl Streep is deeply involved with the National Women’s History Museum.


Q 8. Possibly the greatest actress of all time. Meryl Streep is deeply involved with the National Women’s History Museum.

Options
False, she is not interested in history.
True, she is their spokeswoman.
True, but she quit being their spokeswoman after a dispute.
False, she is involved with the National Geographic Society.

Q 9. Queen Elizabeth I was a mighty force, asserting herself in European commerce, arts and politics. She reigned for 45 years. True or False?


Q 9. Queen Elizabeth I was a mighty force, asserting herself in European commerce, arts and politics. She reigned for 45 years. True or False?

Options
True, but she reigned for only 22 years.
True, she was also the daughter of King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn.
True, but she stepped down after thirty years, due to falling ill.
False, she reigned only for as long as her parents were alive.

Q 10. Hedy Lamarr, the actress from the Golden Age of Hollywood, co-invented a radio signalling device to confuse enemies during WWII.


Q 10. Hedy Lamarr, the actress from the Golden Age of Hollywood, co-invented a radio signalling device to confuse enemies during WWII.

Options
False, she invented the earliest form of the floppy disk.
False, she invented the first hand-held mixer.
True, and it’s still a crucial part of how we communicate today.
True, but it is no longer used today.

Q 11. Indira Gandhi became the fourth prime minister of India, and continued her role for 20 years.


Q 11. Indira Gandhi became the fourth prime minister of India, and continued her role for 20 years.

Options
False, she was the third prime minister of India.
False, she was the fifth prime minister of India.
True, but she stepped down due to public revolt.
True, but she continued her role only for 10 years.

Q 12. Emmeline Pankhurst founded the first Women’s Union for Nurses.


Q 12. Emmeline Pankhurst founded the first Women’s Union for Nurses.

Options
True. She founded a Union but for both nurses and doctors.
True. She was also the first nurse to become a doctor.
False, she founded the Women’s Social and Political Union.
False. She was a social and political journalist.

Q 13. Charlotte Brontë was an accomplished novelist, choosing strong female characters as her protagonists. She wrote five novels. True or false?


Q 13. Charlotte Brontë was an accomplished novelist, choosing strong female characters as her protagonists. She wrote five novels. True or false?

Options
True, but only four were published in her lifetime.
True!
False, she wrote six novels.
False, she wrote just two novels.

Q 14. Jane Austen wrote the guide on how to be the perfect bachelorette.


Q 14. Jane Austen wrote the guide on how to be the perfect bachelorette.

Options
False, she wrote the women’s guide to landing a husband.
False, she wrote mainly fiction.
True, and she also wrote the guide to being a perfect bachelor.
True, she also wrote a cookbook.

Q 15. Mary Cassatt was part of the Impressionist painters.


Q 15. Mary Cassatt was part of the Impressionist painters.

Options
True, but she only gained recognition after her death.
False, she was the wife of an Impressionist painter.
False, she was the sister of an Impressionist painter.
True, but she only painted three paintings in total.

Q 16. Jane Goodall’s research of chimpanzees spanned for almost 40 years.


Q 16. Jane Goodall’s research of chimpanzees spanned for almost 40 years.

Options
True, it spanned for almost 40 years.
False, it spanned for almost 60.
False, it spanned for only two decades due to lack of funding.
True, but it was stopped by the authorities in Africa.

Q 17. Florence Nightingale brought sanitary conditions to soldiers in wars. She invented the nursing profession!



Options
True, and she was also the first female doctor.
True, she was also known as “The Lady With the Lamp”.
False, she was the inventor of the first cast used to heal broken bones.
False, she was the first female soldier.
False,she was the first female pharmacist.
True, and her son was the inventor of the stethoscope.

Q 18. Mary Wollstonecraft championed education and liberation of women with her book ‘A Vindication of the Rights of Woman’. Which statement below is FALSE about Mary?


Q 18. Mary Wollstonecraft championed education and liberation of women with her book ‘A Vindication of the Rights of Woman’. Which statement below is FALSE about Mary?

Options
She is the mother of author Mary Shelley.
She worked as a translator.
She earned her own livelihood.
She wrote a personal travel narrative.
She passed away 10 days after her second daughter was born.
She helped women from the mental asylum.

Q 19. Rita Moreno is still the only Latino to earn the coveted EGOT (which means she’s won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar, and a Tony). Which fact is FALSE about Rita?


Q 19. Rita Moreno is still the only Latino to earn the coveted EGOT (which means she’s won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar, and a Tony). Which fact is FALSE about Rita?

Options
She starred in West Side Story.
She appeared on Sesame Street.
She won the Peabody Award.
She was born in Puerto Rico.
She appeared on Broadway.
She is also a professional ice-skater.

Q 20. Ada Lovelace was the first woman to own a department store in London. True or False?


Q 20. Ada Lovelace was the first woman to own a department store in London. True or False?

Options
True, she also owned an equestrian centre.
False, she was the first female computer programmer.
False, she was the first female fashion designer.
True, but she was also a hat designer.
False, she was the first Victorian female painter.
True, and she owned a horse-carriage company.

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