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When Milly met Harry

It has recently been announced that Millicent Garrett Fawcett (1847-1929), who led the campaign for women’s suffrage, will be the first woman to be honoured with a statue in Parliament Square.  911 more words

The Books Themselves

Votes for Women in India: the early female MPs and their lobbying for Indian suffrage

Guest post by Sumita Mukherjee

The 1918 Representation of the People Act, which enfranchised some British women over 30, had a broader impact beyond the British Isles. 987 more words

House Of Commons

The Hushed Gender

Tomi Lahren, a political commentator and outspoken 24 year-old, known for her conservative commentary on the TheBlaze’s show and host of “Tomi,” was immediately suspended from her show after publicly broadcasting pro-choice opinions on ABC’s “The View.” TheBlaze then offered to pay her contract in exchange for her silence on social media. 488 more words



“I’m not unsympathetic to your cause,” he folded his hands, and looked down his nose at the young suffragette.

It took all of her self-control to refrain from biting back. 1,192 more words