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1970s Women’s Liberation Movement in photos

by | 13th, November 2012

IN Photos: the 1970s Women’s Liberation Movement. Women were fed up with being second class citizens. They wanted equality. Their actions were transformative. The pay-gap between men and women has been reduced. The 1967 Abortion Act allowed women to own their bodies. Sex with sleeping and incapacitated women is unlawful. Rape victims are granted anonymity. Domestic violence is realised to be a hideous crime. There is still much prejudice against women. This remains a man’s world. The time is long overdue to give the women a chance to make real change…



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