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Before the 1920's women had hardly any rights in politics, education, sports, and fashion. Suffragists fought for a long time against people who said they would never get what they want. In this essay we'll also be connecting to The Great Gatsby to see just how F. Scott Fitzgerald revealed examples of the struggles women had went through if they were coming in the world. The biggest right many girls fought for was their right to vote. Men believed that women were too emotional and uneducated. Women then were a lot more powerful than the men thought. They "cared for one another in childbirth and sicknessthey toiled from sunup to sundownand whined the floor the guys had cleared" with no appreciation by men of the challenging work they did (centuryofstruggle). When there were a feeling of weakness they'd have quit. These women soon discovered their will power to start the suffrage movement. This was not the first time they organized a group, "it had been in the abolition movement that the girls first learned to arrange ] and [ hold public meetings" (centuryofstruggle). "Votes for women were first seriously proposed in the United States in July, 1848 at the Seneca Falls Woman's Rights convention arranged by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott." (womenshistory). This was the start of the struggle for women to become equal for men. "In [the ] war, women [were] the very silent victims." This quotation was very true regarding the girls (womenshistory). During the war it was evident that the guys were victims contemplating that the men needed to actually go to war and die for their nation but girls were still home being treated unkindly all over the world with no decision. "Girls took up jobs in factories to support the war in addition to carrying more action...