A Republican State Senator from Kansas has come out against the 19th Ammendment. You know, the one that granted women the right to vote. When invited to an event in celebration of the 19th Ammendment, they declined saying that they wouldn't like what the person would have to say. Meaning that they felt Women's Suffrage was "not necessarily" a good thing. In later interviews, they elaborated saying that "Men should take care of women" and that if they were taking care of women, then women wouldn't have the right to vote.
You may have noticed me playing the pronoun game. Because, naturally, the person coming out against a woman's right to vote is a woman.
Like I said. Huh?