If 2017 has taught us one thing, it's that women are not just going to stand around and play second fiddle any longer.
We saw the push for women's rights in marches and public demonstrations, online movements demanding equal treatment in the workplace, and the rise of the #MeToo movement that has shattered the sexual harassment atmosphere of Hollywood.
However, this isn't the end of the war for gender equality, and we will all have to do our part if it is to come to fruition.
One nation in particular has taken a bold stride in defending the rights of their female population.
Historically, Iceland has championed the equality between sexes, especially after a particular day in the seventies after one of the largest demonstrations of political unrest.