Emma Watson and J.K. Rowling have joined a growing list of prominent women in the U.K. that want a suffragette statue erected outside Parliament in London. The statue would honor suffragettes; British women who successfully fought for women's right to vote in the U.K. They hope to have a statue in place by the 100 year anniversary of the year women over the age of 30 gained the right to vote, which happened in 1918.

There's a great deal of support for the statue because the current statues outside British Parliament represent a real sausage fest: there are 11, and all are male. Watson and Rowling added their names in an open letter to London's new mayor, Sadiq Khan.

Sources: Mashable | The Telegraph