Review - Bodies of Knowledge: Sexuality, Reproduction and Women’s Health in the Second Wave



‘Wendy Kline addresses conflicts in women’s health care and their fight for equality during the sixties, seventies and eighties. With her scope narrowed to the period of Second Wave Feminism, she examines why this movement developed as a result of the existing sociopolitical climate, and then analyzes how people of the times, both feminists and non-feminists, impacted progress in these matters.’


criticismhealth carefeminismhistorysex
  • Volume: 2 Issue: 1
  • Page/Article: 80-83
  • DOI: 10.18573/ipics.54
  • Published on 1 Mar 2011
  • Peer Reviewed