London 1913. Militancy in the Suffragette Movement is at its height. Women of all classes stand, fight, and serve time side-by-side in their struggle to gain the vote. In between the forced feedings and guard brutality of Holloway Prison, Lady Celia Cain meets the young seamstress Eve Douglas, and their lives on the outside will never be the same. With Europe on the brink of war and emancipation almost in sight, the women of London refuse to sit down and behave.