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Happy Women’s Equality Day!

TweetWomen’s Equality Day was designated in 1971 to commemorate the day the 19th amendment was ratified. Check it out below. You’d never guess the decades of struggle–against absurd fears of “petticoat rule” and patronizing warnings about the “burden of politics”–it took to win the right encapsulated in this short document. Click here for larger version. (Image via.) Tweet
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Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

Tweet  Happy 93rd birthday, 19th Amendment! (Sorry we’re a day late.) Thanks for giving women the right to vote! (And sorry Republicans are trying to go backwards and limit, instead of expand suffrage.) This condition causes women to give birth to stillborn babies, suffer incontinence and creates a strong and unpleasant smell that results in [...]
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