The Suffragettes were courageous women who defied society’s standards and gained universal women’s suffrage through valiant yet controversial methods, such as planned bombings, arson, and violent protests. Through valor, solidarity, and great sacrifice, the Suffragettes gained more attention than their peaceful counterparts, made their voices heard, gained suffrage for women of all classes and races in the UK through the 1928 Representation of People Act, and broke the barriers of the idea of female domesticity.