Chained Feminist after the Suffragettes: For more than a decade, the Suffragettes continually broke the law. They chained themselves to the fence outside of the Prime Minister's residence. They disturbed political meetings and then made violent resistance to the police. They regularly broke the windows of male politicians, started fires and even blasted a state council's house. In addition, they began to systematically destroy what they considered to be female degrading art, where the woman was portrayed as passive and objectified. It even went so far that a museum director suggested that women should be denied entry to the country's art museums.