Born February 15, 1820 (Aquarius, cusp of Pisces; The Day of Inventiveness), Susan B Anthony could be considered the grandmother of the Women’s Rights movement in the USA (along with Elizabeth Cady Stanton). Born in Massachusetts in a Quaker family, Susan grew up with strong convictions considering the fair treatment of others. Her first experience with fighting for women’s rights was in 1846 where she was Headmistress of the Female Department at Canajohaire Academy where she fought for equal wages for the women who earned 4 times less than men who had the same positions/experience. She also spoke a bit about what would later become known as Feminist Intersectionality (1856) after joining forces with abolitionist Abby Kelley Foster. Susan B Anthony fought for women’s rights until her death in 1906 at the age of 86.