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Google celebrates International Women’s Day with a globe-trotting video doodle  Google is celebrating the International Women’s Day with a new video doodle. The doodle shows several ‘animated’ distaffs, the women’s gender symbol around a bigger distaff, the second ‘O’ in Google. http://on.fb.me/1dyG52Q

Google celebrates International Women’s Day with a globe-trotting video doodle Google is celebrating the International Women’s Day with a new video doodle. The doodle shows several ‘animated’ distaffs, the women’s gender symbol around a bigger distaff, the second ‘O’ in Google. http://on.fb.me/1dyG52Q

The royal displayed her long, toned legs as she stepped out of her car and offset her look...

Crown Princess Mary is glamorous in grey

theirroyalhighnessespost: “This morning Crown Princess Mary of Denmark visited the International Criminal Court in The Hague.This is her second day in the Netherlands, where yesterday Mary attended a.

Happy International Women's Day! Featured: Rosie Napravnik, winner of the 2014 LONGINES Breeders' Cup Distaff.  Photo credit: Eclipse Sportswire

Featured: Rosie Napravnik, winner of the 2014 LONGINES Breeders' Cup Distaff.

Deux pierres jetées par les Suffragistes dans les fenêtres du Palais de Buckingham en 1914

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Stones thrown by Suffragettes through a Buckingham Palace window 100 years ago.- I read the stones the caption.

A poster (1912) by John Hassall for the National League for Opposing Woman Suffrage

A poster for the National League for Opposing Woman Suffrage, 1912 // designed by John Hassall

Propagande anti-suffragettess  1890-1910

weirdvintage: ““The Masculine Woman She is mannish from shoes to her hat, Coat, collars, stiff shirt and cravat. She’d wear pants in the street To make her complete, But she knows the law won’t stand.

Suffrage pennant and banner used by Wisconsin or Milwaukee County Suffrage Association at the Republican National Convention, Chicago, Illinois, 1916 - Wisconsin Historical Museum

File:Suffrage pennant and banner used by Wisconsin or Milwaukee County Suffrage Association at the Republican National Convention, Chicago, Illinois, 1916 - Wisconsin Historical Museum -

vintage everyday: These Ridiculous Propaganda Postcards Warn Men about the Dangers of Women’s Rights from the Early 20th Century

The Anti-Suffrage movement was unflinching with misogyny and anger. *jr Vintage Anti-Suffrage Postcards (click thru for analysis)

American Women Are Not Self Governed 1917 Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

American Women Are Not Self Governed 1917 Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Protesting the lack of women's suffrage during the Wilson presidency. Notice the anti-German sentiment on the sign, insulting Wilson by calling him "Kaiser.

Suffrage banner

Contains yellow felt background with black felt block lettering reading "MORE/BALLOTS/LESS/BULLETS". Banner has black felt tape across the top and a scalloped design across the bottom.

Alice Paul: Champion of Woman Suffrage -  Not happy with the President

Alice Paul "Kaiser Wilson" protest banner, women's suffrage, courtesy of the Library of Congress

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