Tag Archive: Women's Rights

The Response of Feminist Discourse to the Contraceptive Pill, 1960-1980

The pill is often considered to have had a pivotal influence on the lives of women and the expansion of women’s rights, however contemporary feminist literature sought to counter this point of view


“Female Lords”: Women’s representation and restriction in the House of Lords.

Image Credit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_sLZBWcPklk @ 01:06, UK Parliament Today, out of the 92 hereditary peers currently sitting in the House of Lords, none are women.  The House of Lords is a pivotal institution of… Continue reading