The Woman's Leader
Doughan states that, despite its sober appearance The Woman's Leader was the most substantial and vigorous feminist periodical of the 1920s, campaigning for equal franchise, abolition of the marriage bar, equal knowledge of birth control, equal pay, and may other feminist issues. It also provided a forum for feminist of disparate tendencies. Its own line tended to be “liberal” feminist, although it also found itself on the same side as at least the women of the Labour Party (of which it could be highly critical, too). Regular contributors included Mary Stocks, Eva Hubback, and Eleanor Rathbone.
The National Union of Townswomen’s Guilds