"The women who opposed women's right to vote have often been left out of the story of suffrage, not only because they were on the losing side, but also because it's hard to know what to make of them. They're not laughable villains like male anti-suffragists, conspiring to keep women in a state of second-class citizenship while hogging all the rights for themselves."
Victory, The South, Justice, Liberty, Fame and Glory are some of the names given to women who appear on Confederate monuments across the United States. Sculptors systematized the production of female allegorical figures, dressing them in classical drapery with bare feet or sandals and archaic Greco-Roman hairstyles. These statues were designed to be interpreted as feminine-presenting and racially white.