Among the images in Pip’s digital collection are a number of political postcards. Regarding the subject of women’s suffrage, like most political movements, there is much fodder for humor.
Rather than expressing the indoctrination of young girls into the movement, the above postcard was simply observing the practice of putting a child as a stand-in for an adult character. The postcard below probably reflects the very real concern men had about allowing women into public life. Of course this assumes that men have a general distaste for children.