History (Suffragettes (why women weren't allowed the vote (husband 2…
Who were they
A group of women in a union
What were they after
The right to vote
Why did they want it and why didn't they have them
Treated with equality, influence disusions that affect them
they were seen as inferior to men
Women inferior in every skill/trade.
Why weren't women treated equally
Ingrained into society that women were less
Where were they operating? where did it start
London / England is now global
How did they go about achieving their aims
Chained to gates, Posters, threw themselves in front of houses, protests, hanger strikes, burned churches.
Who were the chartists and how were they different.
Chartists -> working class people improving rights for working class people 1830's - 1840's
What laws were in place that they were restricted by
No vote and more thing to do with making decisions.
The Great Reform Act
big changes to the election systems
this could of happened because the king wonted it to change or didn't see what it could heart
What changed for poor women
they were aloud to vote and get a job easier.
what happened to the rich women
they didn't need to do what there husband wanted all of the time
why women weren't allowed the vote
husband 2 votes (because vols)
Distract from household duties
tradition brought up that way
physically and mentally inferior
tradition brought that way
Millicent Garret Faucet
being peaceful shows your maturity and this would help with the right to vote
1500s - 2017
Who can marry who within the law
what are the current laws
The LGBTQIA+ can get marriage but only after pets could
You don't get killed (or imprison) for being LGBTQIA+