The idea of women's liberation was begun simply because of sex-role differentiation in society, if the positions of men and women had been reversed, there's no doubt men would have been forced to start their own movement, but it was women who were the oppressed, and men the oppressors.
Feminism emerged in western countries at similar times. Women's liberation groups emerged as early as 1929, when the Association of Women was formed (Curthoys 1992). Many such unions and associations were formed, speaking out against the patriarchal way of society. This all arose, primarily, after the seco…
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