What rights are included in “Women’s Rights” vary by time and culture. Even today, there are some differences about what constitutes women’s rights. Do women have the right to control the size of the family? Equal treatment in the workplace? Obtaining equality in military missions? Generally, “women’s rights” refers to whether women have equal rights with men and women who have the same abilities. At times, “women’s rights” include women who protect women from special circumstances (such as maternity leave) or are more vulnerable to abuse (trafficking, rape). In the most recent time, we can look at specific documents to see what points in history are considered “women’s rights.” Although the concept of “right” is itself a product of the Age of Enlightenment, we can look at the ancient, classical and medieval societies and see the actual rights of women, even if they are not defined by this term or concept, culture.