Chiara Libardoni

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Uncut Vintage 1950s sewing pattern by McCalls 4471.  by Fancywork, $21.00

Uncut Vintage 1950s sewing pattern by McCalls 4471. by Fancywork, $21.00

Sears catalogue 1917

Sears catalogue 1917

Men and Women. Note these Facts: 1912-1915, Women's Social and Political Union

Men and Women. Note these Facts: 1912-1915, Women's Social and Political Union

The traditional-values brigade has always been on the wrong side of history.

The traditional-values brigade has always been on the wrong side of history.

Stones thrown by Suffragettes through a Buckingham Palace window 100 years ago.

Stones thrown by Suffragettes through a Buckingham Palace window 100 years ago.

Force feeding

Force feeding

Women's Right to Vote!! Milhousdrawing.jpg Ahh, those were the days. Said no one ever. (Except maybe men!)

Women's Right to Vote!! Milhousdrawing.jpg Ahh, those were the days. Said no one ever. (Except maybe men!)

"Origin and Development of a Suffragette. At 15 a little pet. At 20 a little coquette. At 40 not married yet! At 50 a suffragette."  As the women’s suffrage movement gained momentum in the early 20th century, the picture postcard industry was utilised to denigrate women fighting for the vote. [Click on this image to find a short video exploring the meaning and point of feminism]  h/t Sociological Images: Seeing Is Believing

"Origin and Development of a Suffragette. At 15 a little pet. At 20 a little coquette. At 40 not married yet! At 50 a suffragette." As the women’s suffrage movement gained momentum in the early 20th century, the picture postcard industry was utilised to denigrate women fighting for the vote. [Click on this image to find a short video exploring the meaning and point of feminism] h/t Sociological Images: Seeing Is Believing

British pro-women's suffrage poster, "Convicts and Lunatics have no vote for Parliament. Should all Women be classed with these?"

British pro-women's suffrage poster, "Convicts and Lunatics have no vote for Parliament. Should all Women be classed with these?"

This is an unfortunate example of a 1920s anti-suffrage poster. Some men did not think that women were intelligent enough to vote and therefore should not have a voice. They believe that they should only talk about household things and not important political issues.

This is an unfortunate example of a 1920s anti-suffrage poster. Some men did not think that women were intelligent enough to vote and therefore should not have a voice. They believe that they should only talk about household things and not important political issues.