What might be the most helpful
is to include the ways that people were being
feminists, looking at the specific women's
lives, rather than on larger goals or
ideas. When one focuses on the later, that
tends to underestimate the real power of
feminism, which was very subtle changes that
most of us take for granted. The real power
of feminism is how individuals live more
than laws, etc. though the laws are what
tend to get more attention.
Does that help?