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Read this..."HOMELY WOMEN" ONLY...Look at these chapters...this book is terrible. Who wrote this?

This is a vintage propaganda poster about women with STDs during WWII. During WWI "According to military medical records, 'In World War I, the Army lost nearly 7 million person-days and discharged more than 10,000 men because of STDs.'" Read more: www.businessinsid...

This advertisement uses a syllogism (that has many fallacies) to sell cigarettes. The advertisement implies that the social status and appearance of women is what makes them the 'best' or not. The word 'rich' is used to describe women in terms of wealth, but it describes cigarettes in terms of their content, making this advertisement more sexist.

Anti-Suffrage Postcards c. 1910

'77 was the last year they made decent porn. Got way too commercial after that.

Remember when we were told over and over not to sit too close to the television?

The Circus, 1870-1950 by TASCHEN Taken from the wonderful book The Circus, 1870-1950 by TASCHEN.

Suffragette, Britain, 1911. Women of Britain & the U.S., never waste your right to vote. These women fought, died and starved for a right we now take for granted. It's a right still denied to millions of women around the world.

  • jenni orlick

    Wow there is nothing that can be said but a thank you in gratitude for ones to have them fight for are right to be independent women!

  • Genevieve Bastedo

    It is very important to vote because many women lost their lives, their families and reputations so that we can now use this right effectively. So true that it is not available to women world-wide.

  • ornella pereira fernandez

    Da pena ver que algunas mujeres hoy en su

  • ornella pereira fernandez

    Da pena ver que algunas mujeres hoy en dia menosprecian el poder del voto femenino y lo que significo su reconocimiento para el mundo. Votemos mujeres, por aquellas que un dia, dieron su vida por nuestros derechos.

Because women who went before me fought for my right to do so. #whyivote Grandmother-in-law was one of these ladies! That's part of why I admire her.

Women Coal Miners, 1890. Stove? on top of one woman's head....looks like they are both carrying kettles, along with of course a pick axe...........