1 volume : illustrations ; 29 cm
1900-1970. Deeds not words / personal testimony by Helen Pankhurst -- We wear the pants -- A room of one's own / personal testimony by Emeli Sandé -- This women's work -- Beautiful boredom -- Call herself free -- 1970s. Come together / personal testimony by Susie Orbach -- Mind the gap -- Hear me roar / personal testimony by Gisela Pérez de Acha -- Reproductive rights -- Queer ideas / personal testimony by Juno Dawson -- Not every woman / personal testimony by Anne Wafula Strike -- Free love? -- 1980. Smashing the ceiling -- Peace in the valley -- Art is a feminist issue / personal testimony by Rosie Wolfenden -- Massive shoulderpads -- Handbags in the house -- Being seen on screen -- Making space -- 1990s. Rebel girls -- Girl power? -- Vagina, I'm talking to you -- The problem page -- Women kick off -- 2000s-present. Bloody shame / personal testimony by Hibo Wardere -- She wore jeans / personal testimony by Harriet Wistrich -- Domestic goddesses / personal testimony by Laura Perlongo -- Big love -- I'm with her / personal testimony by Nadia Ghulam -- Big bush energy / personal testimony by Alice Coffin -- Clicktivists unite! -- Feminism goes pop -- Ha, ha, ha -- bonk -- The F word / personal testimony by Diana Evans -- Black girl magic -- Conclusion.
The illustrated story of the past 100 years of the women's movement, from suffrage, alleged bra burning and the politics of hair to Beyonce, body positivity and #MeToo. Badly Behaved Women is the illustrated story of the past 100 years of the women's movement, from suffrage to alleged bra burning, the politics of hair, Beyonce, and body positivity, to an examination of the flaws and failures of the movement. Anna-Marie Crowhurst's authoritative, compelling and entertaining retelling of this multi-stranded, global and ongoing story is illustrated with stunning photographs and rare documents and archive material from sources around the world. Personal testimony essays from well-known contemporary figures bring the story right up to the present day. In the early twentieth century, through ceaseless dedication and fearless campaigning, the women's movement achieved what had previously been unimaginable: a woman's right to vote. 100 years and four waves of feminism on, the rich cultural history of this movement is truly worthy of celebration.