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25 Famous Quotes That Will Make You Even Prouder To Be A Feminist

25 Famous Quotes That Will Make You Even Prouder To Be A Feminist

Vintage Anti-Suffrage Postcards (click thru for analysis)

Vintage Anti-Suffrage Postcards (click thru for analysis)

"Companions in Disgrace" - the university graduate can no more vote than the "lunatic" or the "convict" -- Artists' Suffrage League postcard

"Companions in Disgrace" - the university graduate can no more vote than the "lunatic" or the "convict" -- Artists' Suffrage League postcard

Best get 'em started young...

Best get 'em started young...

Women recieved many jobs they normally wouldn't during WW2. As an result of the men going over sea's, to war, women took thier places in the work force. Many changes were made because of this action. These changes not only effected the tme of the war, but have had an effect on today's society. This is a poaster trying to convince and support women to be confident and convinced to take the place of the soldiers away at war.

Women recieved many jobs they normally wouldn't during WW2. As an result of the men going over sea's, to war, women took thier places in the work force. Many changes were made because of this action. These changes not only effected the tme of the war, but have had an effect on today's society. This is a poaster trying to convince and support women to be confident and convinced to take the place of the soldiers away at war.

You should've seen how they portrayed the female anarchist - Wonderful dissertation by Marc Roy: Gendering Anarchy: Ideology and Hegemony in Gilded Age (University of Manitoba)

You should've seen how they portrayed the female anarchist - Wonderful dissertation by Marc Roy: Gendering Anarchy: Ideology and Hegemony in Gilded Age (University of Manitoba)

Suffrage Postcard

Suffrage Postcard

Women's suffrage cartoon, 1909. http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/vfwhtml/vfwhome.html

Women's suffrage cartoon, 1909. http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/vfwhtml/vfwhome.html

These unbelievable vintage postcards from the early 1900s were used as propaganda by men to stop women from having more rights. Although The Suffragettes campaigned tirelessly to change the status quo of the day, many men found the idea of women's rights not only disagreeable but even downright dangerous.

These unbelievable vintage postcards from the early 1900s were used as propaganda by men to stop women from having more rights. Although The Suffragettes campaigned tirelessly to change the status quo of the day, many men found the idea of women's rights not only disagreeable but even downright dangerous.

A poster (1912) by John Hassall for the National League for Opposing Woman Suffrage

A poster (1912) by John Hassall for the National League for Opposing Woman Suffrage