Today's Sunday Stamps theme is women on stamps.
One from Eva, featuring Violeta, the pseudonym of Pool Consuelo Álvarez (1867-1059).
She was an author, journalist, suffragist, and one of the first female telegraph operators in Spain. Her
English wikipedia page gives more information, but is a bit confusing as the pronouns used in the article switch between she and he! (on reflection, this is because google translated her page, written in Spanish, into English).
This stamp issued in 2016 by Canada Post celebrates all the women who fought for the right to vote, which was granted in 1916.
To see more women on stamps, visit the links at Sunday Stamps.
PS It is actress, entertainer, icon and national treasure Betty White's 99th birthday today. Happy Birthday, Betty! Perhaps one day she will be honored with a stamp.