Cath Tate, Nicola Streeten and Kate Charlesworth at the British Library


The suffragettes’ use of cartoons and visual propaganda helped turn public opinion their way and from the 1920s, women cartoonists’ work began to appear regularly in newspapers. Nicola Streeten, Cath Tate, editors of The Inking Woman, and artist Kate Charlesworth discuss the history and politics of women’s comics.