HIGINBOTHAM, GEORGE

HIGINBOTHAM, GEORGE

A model woman according to a very prevalent conception of the character is little better than an amiable idiot; and any woman who evinces strength of mind and vigour of intellect becomes an object of derision and a butt for the feeble sarcasm of the mentally destitute of the other sex.

HIGINBOTHAM, GEORGE

HIGINBOTHAM, GEORGE – 1873

Giving the right of voting to females would be one step towards the general and complete political equality which it appears the chief purpose of this age to effect.

HIGINBOTHAM, GEORGE - 1873