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For more than a century, some men questioned that right. A woman was first elected to public office in the United States in 1853, a time when no women could vote. The men of Lincoln County, Maine, selected Olive Rose as their register of deeds. Newspapers covered this milestone with a mix of jubilation and unease. “Maine has taken the lead” in advancing women’s rights, one writer proclaimed, before expressing concern that Rose’s election initiated a slippery slope toward the first female president. Once men “let the ladies get the upper hand,” he speculated, “we may see the supreme power of the State usurped by a strong-minded” suffragist.
A wife has been branded 'The Queen of Petty' after gifting her husband a prints of all the women's photos he's like on Instagram for Valentine's Day.
TikTok user Gloria, believed to be from the US, has racked up more than 4.4million views for her 'hilarious' video.
'What did you gets get your man for Valentine's Day?' she captioned the video, followed by a grinning emoji.
Initially it isn't clear what Gloria has bought her husband, as she is seen wrapping up some protective packaging in red paper to create a parcel.
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'Since everyone is sharing what they got their significant other for Valentine's Day, I thought I'd share mine,' she said.
'I got my husband this cute little box and filled it with pictures of all the girls that he's been liking on Instagram. Hope he likes it!' she adds.
She tapes the photos to small wooden sticks and which are stuck into the packaging to display a mini wall of shame for her spouse.
Many praised her, branding her 'queen of petty' and thanking her for the idea.
'Tell me you're petty, without telling me you're petty,' one wrote.
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'Well he did like the pictures… pretty sure he'll love the gift,' said another.
'Imma need a bigger box,' joked a third.
'It's barely February 2021 girl can we hand you the best wife trophy this year,' added a fourth.
'Thanks for the idea girl. He'll be so pleased,' one said.
'Best gift ever please post his reaction,' wrote another.
However didn't find it amusing, with one writing: 'Is he not allowed to like other people's posts?'
'Suddenly I am glad I'm single,' said another.
It’s Susan B. Anthony Day. Here’s how women’s suffrage changed the world. .
Democracies where women got the vote went to war less and spent more on health and education. The 19th Amendment did not fully enfranchise women overnight. The amendment did little to enfranchise Black women in the South, who continued to be barred from voting in practice by Jim Crow techniques such as poll taxes, literacy tests and violence. But however partial, the amendment roughly doubled the U.S. population eligible to vote, a major extension of civil rights.