In my home country where I am from, women used to live in the long period of tough harassment from society. They had to live and spent most of their life in the house, and they never knew what the shape of this lively world was. They thought that this world had no shapes, but the shape of their home and the kitchen. Passing through many decades, we – women made a revolution. We started going to school and were aware of the strength and power from education and knowledge. And then, we went and voted. We built our own distinct role in family as well as society that men could not replace. That was a tough battle since my grandmother’s generation had to face the objections. But we all accepted that education and awareness of personal value were the origins of any revolutions, especially the revolutions from civil rights.