Victorian Science, Gender cartoons from PUNCH Magazine
- "Animis Coelistibus Irae!" A Modern Scientific Discussion. Miss Fanny (a gentle and most veracious child). "Yah! You cruel coward! You and your friends skinned a live frog!" Master Victor (an industrious but very touchy little boy). "You're a liar! The frog ws dead, and you know it!" Miss Fanny. "Boohoo! Whether it was dead or not, you've got no right to call names; 'cos I'm a girl, and can't punch your head!" Master Victor. "It's just because you're a girl that I can't punch yours! You should have thought before you called me a coward!"
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