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Where is the equality today?

I watched a film a few nights ago, “Suffragette,” released in Great Britain in 2015 and directed by Sarah Gavron, which depicted the women's suffrage movement in Britain in 1912 and a small group of women who strayed from their previously peaceful attempts to gain the right to vote.

The film claims in its credits to have not wandered from the truth in its portrayal of the struggle of women to achieve equal rights.

In light of the climate in Hollywood regarding the abusive power of men and their time to do so being up, the film was a good connector for me.

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