3 Post-War Innovations That Liberated Women

In history, Plato and Mary Wollstonecraft both advocated for gender equality. Feminist movements of the 19th century, 1960s, and the 21st century emphasized women’s rights involving suffrage, sexuality, reproductive rights, and sexual abuse. Nevertheless, it is put forth that three distinct post-war innovations — the introduction of washing machines, production of birth control pills, and the rise of the service economy — not only advanced the equality women advocated for, but also provided them with a greater freedom they sought. Read full article here


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