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Starting in 1909, imprisoned Suffragettes going on hunger strikes were often force-fed by their jailers, a form of torture that made them ill. Some even died from it.

Do suffragists always seem too serious to you? Read this hilarious list published in a 1915 newspaper. The article rebuts traditional arguments against women’s suffrage and turns these points back on the men making them! National Women's History Museum

Today in history: January 9, 1918, WIlson announced his support for suffrage. The next day, the House of Representatives narrowly passed the Susan. B. Anthony Amendment, which would give suffrage to all women citizens

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