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First-wave feminism was a period of feminist activity and thought that occurred during the 19th and early 20th century throughout the Western world. It focused on legal issues, primarily on gaining the right to vote. The term first-wave was coined in March by Martha Lear writing in The New York Times Magazine , who at the same time also used the term " second-wave feminism ". According to Miriam Schneir, Simone de Beauvoir wrote that the first woman to "take up her pen in defense of her sex" was Christine de Pizan in the 15th century.
The period in which Mary Wollstonecraft wrote was affected by Rousseau and the philosophy of the Enlightenment. The father of the Enlightenment defined an ideal democratic society that was based on the equality of men, where women were totally discriminated.
Wollstonecraft based her work on the ideas of Rousseau. Wollstonecraft published one of the first feminist treatises, A Vindication of the Rights of Woman , in which she advocated the social and moral equality of the sexes, extending the work of her pamphlet, A Vindication of the Rights of Men. Her later unfinished novel, Maria, or the Wrongs of Woman , earned her considerable criticism as she discussed women's sexual desires. She died young, and her widower, the philosopher William Godwin , quickly wrote a memoir of her that, contrary to his intentions, destroyed her reputation for generations.
Wollstonecraft is regarded as the "fore-mother" of the British feminist movement and her ideas shaped the thinking of the suffragettes , who campaigned for the women's vote. Early Feminism was directly correlated with the abolitionist movements and as a result many famous feminists and activists began to have their voices heard. Feminism emerged by the speech about the reform and correction of democracy based on equalitarian conditions.
The first wave of Australian feminism, which dates back to the late 19th century, was chiefly concerned with suffrage women's right to vote and consequently with women's access to parliaments and other political activities. In , Rose Scott , a women's rights activist, began to hold a weekly salon meetings in her Sydney home left to her by her late mother. Through these meetings, she became well known amongst politicians, judges, philanthropists, writers and poets.
In , she helped to found the Women's Literary Society, which later grew into the Womanhood Suffrage League in The first women's movement was led by the Dansk Kvindesamfund "Danish Women's Society" , founded in Line Luplau was one of the most notable woman in this era. Tagea Brandt was also part of this movement, and in her honor was established the Tagea Brandt Rejselegat or Travel Scholarship for women. The Dansk Kvindesamfund's efforts as a leading group of women for women led to the existence of the revised Danish constitution of , giving women the right to vote and the provision of equal opportunity laws during the s, which influenced the present-day legislative measures to grant women access to education, work, marital rights and other obligations.
In , Elizabeth Yates became Mayor of Onehunga , the first time such a post had been held by a female anywhere in the British Empire. Early university graduates were Emily Siedeberg doctor, graduated and Ethel Benjamin lawyer, graduated Although in the Netherlands during the Age of Enlightenment the idea of the equality of women and men made progress, no practical institutional measures or legislation resulted.
In the second half of the nineteenth century many initiatives by feminists sprung up in The Netherlands. Aletta Jacobs — requested and obtained as the first woman in the Netherlands the right to study at university in , becoming the first female medical doctor and academic. She became a lifelong campaigner for women's suffrage , equal rights, birth control, and international peace, travelling worldwide for, e.
Wilhelmina Drucker — was a politician, a prolific writer and a peace activist, who fought for the vote and equal rights through political and feminist organisations she founded. In — her goal of women's suffrage was reached. While in some distance in culture and language, the events of the Conference of Badasht presented progress on the concerns of first-wave feminism. There is a synchronicity in time and a likeness in theme and events between Persia later named Iran and the United States between the conference at Badasht and the Seneca Falls Convention.
Both conferences had women Tahirih and Elizabeth Cady Stanton take strong stances on the role of women in the public arena that some attending reacted to harshly. Some even see a parallel in the background discussions that are partially documented to arrange how things would be brought up and settled. In , Fredrika Bremer published her famous Hertha , which aroused great controversy and created a debate referred to as the Hertha Debate. The two foremost questions was to abolish coverture for unmarried women, and for the state to provide women an equivalent to a university.
Both questions were met: This has been referred to as the starting point of a women's movement in Sweden. The prime task of the organization was to abolish coverture. In , Fredrika Bremer Association was founded by Sophie Adlersparre to work for the improvement in women's rights.
The second half of the 19th century saw the creation of several women's rights organisations and a considerable activity within both active organization as well as intellectual debate. The s saw the so-called Sedlighetsdebatten , were gender roles were discussed in literary debate in regards to sexual double standards in opposed to sexual equality. In , finally, the National Association for Women's Suffrage was founded.
In , women's suffrage was finally introduced. The early feminist reformers were unorganized, and including prominent individuals who had suffered as victim of injustice. This included individuals such as Caroline Norton whose personal tragedy where she was unable to obtain a divorce and was denied access to her three sons by her husband, led her to a life of intense campaigning which successful led to the passing of the Custody of Infants Act and the introduced the Tender years doctrine for child custody arrangement.
However, because women needed to petition in the Court of Chancery, in practice few women had the financial means to petition for their rights.
It also pursued women's property rights through its Married Women's Property Committee. In , Bodichon published her Brief Summary of the Laws of England concerning Women ,  which was used by the Social Science Association after it was formed in to push for the passage of the Married Women's Property Act The journal continued publication until and was succeeded in by the Englishwoman's Review edited until by Jessie Boucherett which continued publication until The group was active until In the beginning of the 20th century, women's employment was still predominantly limited to factory labor and domestic work.
During World War I , more women found work outside the home. As a result of the wartime experience of women in the workforce, the Sex Disqualification Removal Act opened professions and the civil service to women, and marriage was no longer a legal barrier to women working outside the home. In Marie Stopes published the very influential Married Love ,  in which she advocated gender equality in marriage and the importance of women's sexual desire.
Importation of the book into the United States was banned as obscene until The Representation of the People Act extended the franchise to women who were at least 30 years old and they or their husbands were property holders, while the Parliament Qualification of Women Act gave women the right to sit in Parliament, although it was only slowly that women were actually elected.
In , the franchise was extended to all women over 21 by the Representation of the People Equal Franchise Act , on an equal basis to men. Many feminist writers and women's rights activists argued that it was not equality to men which they needed but a recognition of what women need to fulfill their potential of their own natures, not only within the aspect of work but society and home life too.
Virginia Woolf produced her essay A Room of One's Own based on the ideas of women as writers and characters in fiction.
Woolf said that a woman must have money and a room of her own to be able to write. Woman in the Nineteenth Century by Margaret Fuller has been considered the first major feminist work in the United States and is often compared to Wollstonecraft's A Vindication of the Rights of Woman.
Anthony ; Anthony and other activists such as Victoria Woodhull and Matilda Joslyn Gage made attempts to cast votes prior to their legal entitlement to do so, for which many of them faced charges. Wells , Margaret Sanger and Lucy Burns. The majority of first-wave feminists were more moderate and conservative than radical or revolutionary—like the members of the American Woman Suffrage Association AWSA they were willing to work within the political system and they understood the clout of joining with sympathetic men in power to promote the cause of suffrage.
The limited membership of the NWSA was narrowly focused on gaining a federal amendment for women's suffrage, whereas the AWSA, with ten times as many members, worked to gain suffrage on a state-by-state level as a necessary precursor to federal suffrage.
The NWSA had broad goals, hoping to achieve a more equal social role for women, but the AWSA was aware of the divisive nature of many of those goals and instead chose to focus solely on suffrage. The NWSA was known for having more publicly aggressive tactics such as picketing and hunger strikes whereas the AWSA used more traditional strategies like lobbying, delivering speeches, applying political pressure and gathering signatures for petitions.
During the first wave, there was a notable connection between the slavery abolition movement and the women's rights movement. Frederick Douglass was heavily involved in both movements and believed that it was essential for both to work together in order to attain true equality in regards to race and sex. In a interview, Alice Paul notes that a compromise was made between southern groups to have white women march first, then men, then African-American women.
Wells-Barnett, who marched with the Illinois delegation. The first wave of feminists, in contrast to the second wave, focused very little on the subjects of abortion, birth control, and overall reproductive rights of women. Though she never married, Anthony published her views about marriage, holding that a woman should be allowed to refuse sex with her husband; the American woman had no legal recourse at that time against rape by her husband . The end of the first wave is often linked with the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution , granting women the right to vote.
This was the major victory of the movement, which also included reforms in higher education , in the workplace and professions, and in health care. Women started serving on school boards and local bodies, and numbers kept increasing. This period also saw more women gaining access to higher education. In , "women were attending many leading medical schools, and in the American Medical Association began to admit women members.
The rise in unemployment during the Great Depression which started in the s hit women first, and when the men also lost their jobs there was further strain on families.
Many women served in the armed forces during World War II , when around , American women served in the navy and army, performing jobs such as secretaries, typists and nurses. First-wave feminism did not offer an intersectional perspective.
Gender was not thought of as a social construction, nor was the roles that each gender plays thought of as sexist. Activists like Maria Stewart, and Frances E. Harper are hardly mentioned with any credit for the abolitionist or suffrage movements during this time period. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Women's suffrage Muslim countries US. First Second Third Fourth. Lists Articles Feminists by nationality Literature American feminist literature Feminist comic books.
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