Well it took like 200,000 years of human history, but like four months ago, men finally noticed that women deserve to have good lives too.
The rankings are based on 23 different factors, including average salaries . . . policies toward working moms and women's equality . . . the quality of women's healthcare . . . and the crime rates against women.
The 10 best states are: Minnesota . . . Massachusetts . . . Vermont . . . North Dakota . . . Wisconsin . . . Maine . . . Hawaii . . . Connecticut . . . Iowa . . . and New Hampshire.
And the 10 worst are: Louisiana . . . Arkansas . . . Mississippi . . . Oklahoma . . . Alabama . . . South Carolina . . . West Virginia . . . Nevada . . . Georgia . . . and Texas.
North Carolina ended up being number 30, so it's not the best... at least it's not the worst. We can do better, NC. We can do better. In the meantime... I'm packing my bags and moving to Minnesota. It may be cold... but I will apparently be happier as a woman...
JK!! I hate snow.