Feminists on the homefront

Feminists on the homefront

Post-war women went to work. They won the vote. Then they lost their way. By Charlotte Gray
Kathleen Jones

Kathleen Jones

“I’m afraid I’m a very poor sort of lover my dear. I can’t express all the beautiful things that are inside."
Helen “Nellie” Letitia Mooney (McClung)

Helen “Nellie” Letitia Mooney (McClung)

"For the first time I knew I had the power of speech. I saw faces brighten, eyes glisten, and felt the atmosphere crackle with a new power."
Laura Elizabeth McCully

Laura Elizabeth McCully

What separated McCully from most suffragists was her ardent belief that women should have the right to serve in an auxiliary military force.