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7 Things American Women Couldn’t Do Until the 1970s

Asking for basic equality has always been revolutionary

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As a leaked Supreme Court memo rocks the boat, millions of vulnerable women stare at an uncertain future. In one swoop of ink, SCOTUS could sign away their rights, bringing their wombs to scrutiny that even objects such as guns have evaded in America. As we may feel powerless in face…




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