The first big test of nationwide Women's Suffrage came in the 1920 presidential election -- and, I'm sorry to say, the women blew it big time by voting for Warren G. Harding because "he looks like such a nice young man." <<
You Fail History Forever.
What you should have read before spewing nonsense: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_presidential_election,_1920
Consider this: Harding's campaign spent four times as much as Cox's campaign. That had quite a bit to do with his landslide victory.
And Harding was 56 when he became president. Very few people would think of him as a 'young man'. You could make that appeal for Obama's first campaign (he was 48) and JFK (who was 44) and maybe have some validity, but applying it to Harding is absurd.
And, finally, to show the critical flaw in what you have said: about 8 million women voted in the 1920 election. Harding won the popular vote by about 7 million votes. While Harding did poll better among women than among men, he still would have won the election quite neatly if women had not voted (all other things being equal).
You are acting like an idiot. Go away.
It is quite disappointing to me that anyone still spouts this sort of nonsense after more than 90 years. Stupid misogynistic patriarchal authoritarians ...