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Date Created: 10/01/16
8/29/16 WMST: Women in Pop Culture Overture: under the umbrella   —> these laws only applied to married women   —> meant that she was no longer an independent, she was one with her husband • women took a man ’s name entirely (first, middle, last) for signing contracts, bills, etc. • this lasted until mid 1970s Definitions discussed in class are on blackboard Gender  —> Class  —>            What do they all have in common? — birdcage analogy Race  —> 9/12/16 *Post feminism: events that are pertaining to a period after feminism had started The first wave (1830s ­ 1900s) ­women were fighting to gain political  ­main focus was sexual, reproductive and economic issues in everyday life The second wave (1960s ­ 1980s) ­this focused more on the workplace sexuality, family and productive issues a lot of women were a part of Black civil rights movement, Anti­Vietnam movement, Chicano  ­ rights movement, etc. and although they were a part of all of this, in order to get what they  wanted they needed to fight even harder and create an equal rights movement of their own The third wave (1990s ­ now) ­this includes the lesbians and gay community as well the author who wrote the feminine mystique was weary to work with lesbians because she felt it  ­ would turn feminists away if she works with too many lesbians ­Gloria Steinem was a popular figure of the public because she was attractive, young, single and a driven activist  ­Steinem said that she would not get married until she found an equal marriage, eventually she  found him and was married in her 60s, unfortunately her husband passed away from cancer  not too long after they were married 


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