Wilhelmina Drucker was successful as an early feminist (1847-1925). She was born in Amsterdam and spent her life as a radical Dutch feminist. She lectured, engaged in politics, formed the Neutral Association for Women’s Suffrage in 1916, and published her own feminist magazines.
The first was called “Women” and the second was called “Evolution”. She also contributed many articles for publication in a “range of radical-democratic and socialist periodicals”. She was not only instrumental in starting many of her own feminist-related projects, she also belonged to many other women’s organizations.