women's liberation

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1966, women +‎ liberation.

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women's liberation (uncountable)

  1. The freedom of women from sexism; equal rights for women.
    • 1966, New Left Review, November–December, p 12:
      Fourier was the most ardent and voluminous advocate of women's liberation and of sexual freedom among the early socialists.
  2. A campaign for this goal.

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