Tag Archives: Votes for Women

overcoming ‘the sin of self-sacrifice’ – Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence

Ever been told that you need to be less concerned for your own issues, more patient and gentle or that your call for justice or freedom needs to be subsumed beneath ‘unity’ and  ‘peace’?  Join the long line of others … Continue reading

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force fed but free – Constance Lytton

Some of the most poignant and harrowing accounts of suffragette activity and suffering are found in the book Prisons and Prisoners, written by Constance Lytton and published in 1914.  It is witness to a remarkable gentle and compassionate woman who, … Continue reading

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