The age of Enlightenment promoted freedom and equality, to all men. This meant that women's right did not change at all, and that was unfair. Although the philosophers said that women had natural rights, these rights only applied to limited areas. This caused small groups of women to start protests and revolts. One of the most famous and succeeding of these women was Mary Wollstonecraft. Mary agreed that women's first priority was watching their children, but she also believed that women should have equal education, and the rights to participate in anything they wanted.