In 1915, supporters of women's suffrage argued that actually, women should probably do all the voting, and the men should just stay out of it:
"Men will lose their charm if they step out of their natural sphere and interest themselves in other matters than feats of arms, uniforms, and drums… Men are too emotional to vote. Their conduct at baseball games and political conventions shows this."
This is the 47th presidential or midterm election since the 19th Amendment was ratified in 1920, giving women the right to vote in every state.
If feminist satire and poetry from the early 20th century are your thing, Alice Duer Miller, the poster's author, wrote an entire book of it in 1915: Are Women People? "Why We Oppose Pockets for Women" is nearly as good as "Why We Oppose Votes for Men." ("It would destroy man's chivalry toward woman, if he did not have to carry all her things in his pockets.")