and the irony that there is women that fight to take those rights away from other women, like abortion rights, women and child healthcare, education, law protection against discrimination... it's your duty to all the women before you to ensure future women do not have to suffer through those things.
Raichō Hiratsuka (1886–1971) was a writer, journalist, political activist & pioneering feminist. In 1911 she founded Japan's first all-women literary magazine, Seitō. The journal soon focused on women’s issues, including candid discussion of female sexuality, chastity & abortion. Hiratsuka also founded the New Women's Association, which overturned the Police Security Regulations which had barred women from joining political organizations & holding or attending political meetings.
Photo taken around 1925, The photo was taken in the East End of London and that probably means he's from the slums, a poor family, or perhaps no family. The Wall Street crash and subsequent great depression are just a few years away, but if he survives until 1939, he'll then be about 23 years old, so he'll most likely join the army.