I don’t understand the description “Marty Links was a pioneer— a woman cartoonist at a time when the cartoon business was really a boy’s club” when there were women cartoonists from at least the 1700s to now, as well as writers, artists, scientists, etc. Some used nom-de-plumes (I use two of them, one for fiction, one for non-fiction), or their own names..There’s a tendency toward revisionist history about what roles women had by feminists. Take Fanny Crosby. She wrote over 8000 hymns. By feminist dogma, she must not have existed because women supposedly didn’t do things like get published back then. Clara Barton, the “angel of the battlefield” who started the Red Cross after the Civil War, was one of many women who organized relief during the Civil War. There have always been women like that. (Sherman said of Bickerdyke, who while a moral reprobate, still did some incredible things for the troops, “she ranks me.”).Josephus mentions a female physician in his writings almost 2000 years ago, and he just mentions it defacto— nothing unusual about it..In researching voting rights, I found that the 13 colonies originally had rights to vote for women. New Jersey had a 20 year minimum age, but anyone 20 and over could vote. Pennsylvania had the right to vote for landowners, but at 2 pennies an acre or so, not surprisingly, there was a large number of women landowners and they voted..Feminism will have much to answer for, just in rewriting history, at the White Throne Judgement.