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In result of an abortion option, women were not as tied to the home as they had been and would not have to feel the burden childbearing or childcare until they were ready. Men have always had better payed and titles jobs as they were doctors, professors, engineers and women were given jobs as assistants, nurses etc. They now wanted to fight for fair job opportunities as they could now work full time. After fighting and the long time struggle to get fair pay and opportunities in the work place, the National Credit Union Administration accepted feminism as a field and let them draw credit as many women needed capital to start their own business. Women even began to have their own professional and labor organisations to keep themselves progressing.
The men started realising what the women want and many did as much as they could to keep qualified women out of their workplace. This changed in 1969 as the Supreme Court ruled that women meeting the physical requirements could work in many jobs that had been for men only. (Research more)
We can therefore conclude that the Women’s Liberation Movement brought about enormous change for women in the 1960s. They gained reproductive rights with the legalisation of birth pills and got fair job opportunities and could earn the same amount of money as men for the same jobs. The Women’s Liberation Movement influenced women from all over and many organisations were established dude to the start of the movement and was the start to the revolution of women over the