100 Years – Women’s Right to Vote - 19th Amendment Ratified on Aug. 18, 1920
August 18th, 2020 by Mark Henkel

On August 18, 1920, the necessary 36th State ratified the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution. From that date forward, women finally had the right to vote in elections in the United States of America.

That was 100 years ago today. The webite, History.com, details some history of the 19th Amendment here.

The right for women to choose Unrelated Consenting Adult Polygamy (UCAP) has always been a “women’s choice” issue as far as polygamists are concerned.

Truly, if anti-polygamy laws were supposedly about “equal rights” for women (as anti-polygamists try to falsely propgandize), then why did it take decades and decades more before male politicians ever let women have the right to vote?

No, that fact proves that anti-polygamy laws were NEVER about so-called egalitarianism for women whatosever.

Ultimately, anti-polyamy laws remove the free choice option from women being able to choose Unrelated Consenting Adult Polygamy if they perceive that it could work for them.

Because pro-polygamists have always seen this fight for polygamy rights as a “women’s choice” issue, it is a matter of course that UCAPs have also and always celebrated women getting the right to vote with the August 18, 1920, ratification of the 19th Amendment, 100 years ago today.

100 Yeras - Women's Right to Vote - 19th Amendment RATIFIED Agust 18, 1920.

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