The Suffrage Myth

Michelle Morkert elections, feminism, gender, gender norms, politics, Suffrage, voting rights

Women in the United States didn’t gain the right to vote in 1920.  Nope.  Women in the United States regained the right to vote.   Women voted in the U.S. colonies before 1920.  The intersections of gender, race, social class, age, religion, nation, politics, and democracy have always mattered in this country.   Women (privileged women) voted prior to 1920.  Voting women …