are several defining moments from the 1960s
and 1970s, for instance, the 1968 (or 69)
Miss America Protest in Atlantic City, NJ,
which feminists protested outside by throwing
"female objects" - bras, girdles,
Cosmo, etc. - into a Freedom Trash Can. In
1970, a group of feminists took over John
Mack Carter's office at Ladies Home Journal,
in protest that this magazine for women was
edited by a man. In 1968, there was an abortion
speak-out in New York City, where women spoke
openly about having had illegal abortions.
This speak-out, which politicians attended,
led to New York being the first state to pass
abortion laws making it legal. That's a sampling
- good luck.