Once upon a time, women were not legally allowed to vote. Some people believed that there was no need for women to vote, because a wife's political position should always be the same as her husband's. Other people thought that if middle-class white women exercised this right the same way as white men, the next thing you know they would be doing crazy stuff like wearing pants and not making dinner. Equality's a bitch, y'all. The brave women who pushed for the 19th Amendment were called "suffragettes" and they battled some pretty nasty stereotypes. Here's 10 olde time-y anti-suffragette postcards that show just what these ladies were up against. [Collectors Weekly]
And as if you needed another reminder ... GO VOTE!
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