From angry cat ladies to uptight man-haters, there are some very specific, negative images people associate with feminists. But where did these (false) stereotypes come from? Associate Professor at Occidental College Lisa Wade did a little digging to find out.
In a recent Sociological Images article, Wade pointed out that many of these enduring and damaging stereotypes may have originated from the propaganda used against the British Women’s Suffrage movement in the early 1900s. Using postcards, posters and newspaper ads, anti-Suffrage groups created and perpetuated myths that the women fighting for equality were angry, uptight, unfeminine, anti-family and anti-men.
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