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★ Suffragettes

73,488.  Those men and women are fortunate who are born at a time when a great struggle for human freedom is in progress.  It is an added good fortune to have parents who take a personal part in the great movements of their time. I am glad and thankful that this was my case.  (Fortunate & Suffragette)  Emmeline Pankhurst

 

 

4,896.  There is no class in the community who has such good reason for objecting and does so strongly object to shrieking and throwing yourself on the floor and struggling and kicking as the average working women, whose human dignity is very real to her.  Eva Gore-Booth of Lancashire Women Textile Workers Representation Committee, letter to Millicent Fawcett re militant campaign of WSPU 1905

 

 

4,901.  And women still weren’t allowed to vote.  On the morning of 13th October 1905 Christabel Pankhurst was still respectable.  She was a well-dressed middle-class law student.  But she was on her way to break just about every taboo she could think of.  She was walking along here with her new friend Annie Kenney – a working-class mill girl known as the Blue-Eyed Beggar.  But what they were planning was truly shocking.  Because they were on their way to a huge political meeting in Manchester’s Free Trade Hall.  And they were determined at all costs to be arrested.  The meeting was a Liberal rally attended by the MPs Sir Edward Gray and Winston Churchill.  Christabel and Annie jumped up onto their seats and shouted, ‘Will the Liberals give women the vote?’  They refused to answer.  So the women unfurled a banner emblazoned with the words, Votes for Women!  (Suffragette & Vote & Discrimination & Sexism)  Andrew Marrs Making of Modern Britain

 

4,902.  Annie Kenney went to Manchester’s Strangeways Prison for three days.  Christabel Pankhurst for six.  And their short imprisonment was an inspiration to women all over Britain.  (Suffragette & Prison)  ibid. 

 

 

4,903.  Feminism is the whole issue, political enfranchisement a branch issue, and the methods, militant or otherwise, are merely accidentals.  (Suffragette & Feminism)  The Freewoman 1911 editorial

 

 

4,905.  If society will not admit of woman’s free development, then society must be remodelled.  (Suffragette & Woman & Feminism & Society)  Elizabeth Blackwell

 

 

4,906.  If women want any rights they had better take them, and say nothing about it.  (Suffragette & Woman & Feminism & Rights)  Harriet Beecher Stowe

 

 

4,907.  It’s a matter of taking the side of the weak against the strong, something the best people have always done. (Suffragette & Rights & Weak)  Harriet Beecher Stowe

 

 

4,908.  I have given the best of myself and the best work of my life to help obtain political freedom for women, knowing that upon this rests the hope not only of the freedom of men but of the onward civilization of the world.  Mary S Anthony

 

 

4,897.  The mass appeal of the suffrage campaign which had spread the conviction of women’s rights and women's wrongs to all sections of society, would not survive the victory, and was not to destined to reappear until the new movement of the 1960s.  Olive Banks, Faces of Feminism p149

 

 

90,099.  All of high society was here ... Was she a suicide mission or was it simply a stunning stunt ... The cause had gained a martyr.  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Feminine)  Amanda Vickery, Suffragettes: Forever! The Story of Women and Power ***** BBC 2015 

 

90,100.  That saw women fire-bomb buildings.  Assault.  Or commit acts of terrorism across the country.  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Feminine)  ibid.

 

90,101.  A fight that is centuries old.  And a fight I believe that is still going on today.  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Feminine)  ibid.

 

90,102.  300 wife fairs ... Wives fairs were technically against the law ... The woman was the property of her husband, so why should he not sell her like a piece of meat?  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Wife & Feminine)  ibid.

 

90,103.  Rape in marriage was not made a crime until 1991.  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Rape & Feminine)  ibid.

 

90,104.  A petition: these women were Levellers, a radical political movement that argued the new Republic of England should be democratic.  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Republic & Feminine)  ibid.

 

90,105.  The worse crime a woman could commit in the eighteenth century was the murder of her husband.  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Murder & Feminine)  ibid.

 

90,106.  1958 until they were legitimately permitted to sit in the House of Lords.  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & House of Lords & Feminine)  ibid.

 

90,107.  Today Mary Wollstonecraft is fated as Britain's first feminist.  She's so hip.  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Feminine)  ibid.

 

90,108.  Mary Wollstonecraft's A Vindication of the Rights of Women was now smeared with the blood of the guillotine.  Its brief moment was past ... She suffered a tabloid-style destruction.  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Feminine)  ibid.

 

90,109.  The mother of the movement for women’s rights.  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Feminine)  ibid.

 

90,110.  ‘Charity is the call of the lady, the care of the poor her profession.’  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Feminine & Charity)  ibid  Moore

 

 

90,111.  With a lawyer for a husband, and a politician for a lover, Caroline knew full well that legal rights had to be secured by act of parliament.  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Feminine & Politics)  Amanda Vickery, Suffragettes: Forever! The Story of Women and Power II

 

90,112.  It wasn’t just women who were politically disadvantaged in nineteenth century Britain ... Only one in five men could vote.  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Feminine & Politics)  ibid.

 

90,113.  ‘The real question is whether it is right and expedient that one half of the human race should pass through life in a state of forced subordination to the other half.’  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Feminine)  ibid.  John Stuart Mill

 

90,114.  Another Victorian giant John Ruskin ... A critic and social thinker.  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Feminine)  ibid.

 

90,115.  The Contagious Diseases Acts encouraged the arrest, detention and screening of women as young as thirteen on suspicion they might be infected with a sexually transmitted disease.  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Feminine & Sex & Disease)  ibid.

 

90,116.  They did not have the right to be awarded a degree.  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Feminine & Education)  ibid.

 

90,117.  The spectacle of the female cyclist.  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Feminine & Cycling)  ibid.

 

90,118.  The Conservative Party’s Primrose League.  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Feminine & Conservative Party)  ibid.

 

90,119.  They remained second class citizens ... The injustice of sexual discrimination.  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Feminine & Discrimination)  ibid.

 

90,120.  What the matchgirls did next.   In July 1888 1,400 women and girls walked out through the gates of the Bryant and May match factory here in Bow East London.  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Feminine & Strike & Matchsticks & Industrial Action & Solidarity & Action)  ibid.

 

90,121.  Just what could be achieved with direct action: a new type of political protest was born.  Banner: National Federation of Women Workers.  (Suffragette & Rights & Women & Equality & Feminine & Strike & Matchsticks & Industrial Action & Solidarity & Action)  ibid.

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