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Second Wave Feminism and the Women's Movement

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Matt Baker

on 14 December 2017

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Transcript of Second Wave Feminism and the Women's Movement

Second Wave Feminism & the Women's Movement
Table of Contents
Page: The Women's Movement
Page: Second Wave Stations

I will analyze the Women's movement

Are women equal to men in our society? Why or why not?
Second Wave Feminism & Women's Movement
First Wave Feminism
-Women gain the right to vote & property rights, which is
Second Wave Feminism
-Women trying to achieve
-"The problem that has no name"
-Women discontent with life at home, not satisfied by domestic roles
-Women protest to achieve social equality, regardless of sex/gender
-Fight for reproductive and sexual freedom as well
Vagina Stations
"The Second Sex"
Let's read & answer the discussion question about "The Second Sex"
Effects of the Patriarchy:
-Toxic masculinity
-Firm roles for both genders
-Exclusive "spaces" for both genders
- a system of society or government in which men hold the power and women are largely excluded from it.
-It effects both genders negatively
Modern Sexism + Patriarchy
Successes of Second Wave Feminism
-Roe v. Wade
-Legalizing abortion for women
-Civil Rights Act of 1964
-Abolished discrimination based on sex in employment
A Long Way to Go
1. Second Wave Feminism
2. Radical Feminism
3. Counter Feminism
4. Second Wave Achievements
Station #1:
1. Radical Feminism
2. Second Wave Achievements
3. Counter Feminism
4. Second Wave Writers
Station #2:
1. Second Wave Writers
2. Counter Feminism
3. Second Wave Achievements
4. Radical Feminism
Station #3:
1. Second Wave Achievements
2. Radical Feminism
3. Second Wave Writers
4. Counter Feminism
Station #4:
1. Counter Feminism
2. Second Wave Writers
3. Radical Feminism
4. Second Wave Achievements
How were feminist movements counter cultural?
What were the main issues that second wave feminists attempted to address/fix?
How much progress did Second Wave feminists make?
Writing Prompt
Do you think that feminism is still a relevant issue in today's society? Why or why not?
In groups of 3-4, you will visit each station. In between stations we will discuss.
Divide your paper into four sections:
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