Women of 1960s
It wasn't long ago that a wife was considered her husband's "helpmate" first and foremost. But the rules changed. Story highlights Not long ago, a woman couldn't start a business without her husband's permission Issues like reproductive freedom were only just beginning to see the light of day in the s Discover your '60s personality by taking the CNN Sixties quiz. Can you imagine pregnancy being a fireable offense? How about job security hinging on your weight or the softness of your hands?
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Organized activism by and on behalf of women continued through the third and fourth waves of feminism from the mids and the early s, respectively. In the aftermath of World War II , the lives of women in developed countries changed dramatically. Household technology eased the burdens of homemaking, life expectancies increased dramatically, and the growth of the service sector opened up thousands of jobs not dependent on physical strength. It became a worldwide best seller and raised feminist consciousness by stressing that liberation for women was liberation for men too.
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Please refresh the page and retry. In worldwide icon of femininity Marilyn Monroe died of an overdose and a year later American writer Betty Friedan sparked the second wave of feminism into action by putting the feelings of millions of despondent women into words. After interviewing her college classmates — now suburban housewives — for a college reunion, Friedan discovered how miserable many of them were. Friedan touched a nerve with her observations — initially just 2, copies of her book were printed but sales exploded and the first paperback edition was bought by 1. When journalist Gloria Steinem got a job at the New York Playboy Club in she set out to expose the exploitative working conditions and sexual demands placed on women workers.
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