Feminism Essay | The Castration of a Woman: Woman's Liberation Through "the Female Eunuch"

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The Castration of a Woman: Woman's Liberation Through "the Female Eunuch"

Summary: When discussing the issues of women's rights and liberation, it is only natural to think back to women like Susan B. Anthony, one of the major, and probably most recognized leaders of the women's suffragist movement in the mid to late 1800's. The key concerns of these "first wave" feminists were education and employment, and while they did succeed in gaining the right to vote, reforming secondary school systems, and broadening access to professions.
When discussing the issues of women's rights and liberation, it is only natural to think back to women like Susan B. Anthony, one of the major, and probably most recognized leaders of the women's suffragist movement in the mid to late 1800's. The key concerns of these "first wave" feminists were education and employment, and while they did succeed in gaining the right to vote, reforming secondary school systems, and broadening access to professions, even through the sixties and seventies, women still felt oppressed. Though they now had much more freedom of choice in their youth, the outcome of their choices was almost always the same; they would become wives and homemakers, or if they were determined enough, they could perhaps be a schoolteacher or a secretary. Either way, however, it was their male counterpart, be it...

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