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Has feminism had it's day?

The first thing to point out here is that my opinion isn’t necessary here to understand the relevance of this question. What I mean by this, is you need to look at a collective opinion to see whether this feminist movement is redundant or relevant. 388 more words


October 19, 1914

A “flying squadron of suffragists” launched a six-day tour of 26 legislative districts at noon today, speaking to a crowd of 300 at Washington Square. “We suffragists are not trying to unsex ourselves nor are we trying to push men out of their places,” said Mrs. 77 more words

Meet Mark Pryor

running against tom cotton … a Republican

I know no candidate is perfect, but if they are running to represent you as a Public Servant there are certain mandatory things they should all live up to … and one of them being that oath they take, yet is seemingly being tossed aside by Republicans… 167 more words

United States

Sylvia Pankhurst

Sylvia Pankhurst was the daughter of women’s rights activist Emmeline Pankhurst, and she followed in her mother’s footsteps in crusading for the right to vote and equality for the women of England. 325 more words

Women's Rights

Created Equal

I have to admit, I thought of a post I recently read by Opinionated Man very shortly after writing this post.  In it he describes himself as a “ 15 more words


Women & Technology in the 1910s

Formed in 1903, the Women’s Trade Union League worked alongside the National American Woman Suffrage Association to demand safe working conditions, the eight hour work day, and respect for women both in and outside of the work place. 296 more words

Women And Technology

Murdoch and Suffragette Mysteries

My Youtube Video: How Canadian Women Won the Vote.

My nephew gave me his old treadmill a few months ago and I’ve been using it while watching repeats of Murdoch Mysteries. 357 more words

1910 Women