Category Archives: Activism

The incredible adventures of #stickerwoman

The first #stickerwoman? On the morning of 22 April 1910, 20 year old Londoner Vera Wentworth pasted eight stickers on the Palace of Westminster walls. The stickers read: ‘To know more about the Women’s Suffrage Movement read “Votes for Women” … Continue reading

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Guerilla Postcards from the Edge

What happens when you arm a group of women with ‘adult human female’ postcards and let them loose on the art galleries and museums of Britain? We found out. As we look online at pictures of deserted city centres and … Continue reading

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