Lucy Stone (sometimes Lucy Stone Blackwell) was one of those interesting figures from early feminist history. She put herself through college, lectured all across the South on abolition and women’s rights, wore bloomers, kept her hair short, and still managed to get married and have a daughter (who herself was also a feminist and college educated – Alice Stone Blackwell).
Her husband, Henry Browne Blackwell, allegedly proposed within an hour of their first meeting (he’d seen her speak previously, and was a fan). She said no, but two years later they got married. I guess he convinced her.