|Intro||French feminist, editor|
|A.K.A.||Félicité Audouard, Olympe Audouard, Félicité Olympe Audouard, Fél...|
|Was||Politician Suffragist Suffrage activist Activist Suffragette|
|Birth||13 March 1832, Marseille, France|
|Death||12 January 1890, Nice, France (aged 57 years)|
Olympe Audouard (March 13, 1832 – January 12, 1890) was a French feminist who demanded complete equality for women, including the rights to vote and to stand for election.
Born in Marseille as Félicité-Olympe de Jouval, she married on April 11, 1850 the lawyer Henri-Alexis Audouard (b. May 2, 1829). The couple separated in 1858, but was divorced only in 1885, shortly after the French divorce law (the "loi Naquet") had finally been passed on July 27, 1884.