100 Years of Votes for Women

  • Visible Women

    “Inclusive feminism is the only way to finish what the suffragettes started”

    The modern women’s movement must work for all women, says Lucy Mangan.

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    Lucy Mangan
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  • Travel

    Manchester: the modern suffragette’s travel guide

    What to do (and where to stay) when visiting the birthplace of Emmeline Pankhurst

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    Stylist Team
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  • Win

    Win a private, evening curator tour of the Museum of London’s Suffragette displays

    Plus an overnight stay at the Strand Palace Hotel

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    Promotions Team
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  • Visible Women

    We can't believe these shockingly sexist laws existed in the UK

    Case in point: men were legally allowed to rape their wives until 1991

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    Sarah Biddlecombe
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  • Fashion

    Buy Stylist's slogan t-shirt and help protect women from domestic abuse

    Power dressing at its best.

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    Stylist Team
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  • Visible Women

    Forgotten Women: the campaigner who fought for Indian independence

    This week, we look at Bhikaji Cama’s involvement in the British suffragette movement

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    Anna-Marie Crowhurst
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  • Visible Women

    Introducing Stylist’s Suffragette issue

    Here’s how to get your hands on a very special collector’s edition of Stylist.

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    Stylist Team
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  • Beauty

    How women’s suffrage changed our relationship with perfume forever

    Shortly after women won the right to vote, female fragrance changed dramatically.

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    Stylist Beauty Team
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  • Visible Women

    Six inspiring suffragettes you probably haven’t heard of

    When someone hurled a cabbage at Mary Gawthorpe, she caught it and threw it back.

    Posted by
    Diane Atkinson
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  • Visible Women

    “My ancestors fought for women’s right to vote, but the struggle isn’t over yet”

    Stylist consulting editor Helen Pankhurst on why we must all continue the fight for gender equality.

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    Helen Pankhurst
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