And "Second Wavers" of the 60's and 70's. Oh man, I love all the portraits of the fist-pumping and whatnot, especially the one of Gloria Steinem and Dorothy Pitman Hughes. Of course, let's not forget the Equal Rights Amendment, which was a big focus of the feminists at that time, never got passed.
Of course the Susan B. Anthony dollar was issued in the 70's, one of the only time periods in which "feminist" wasn't considered such a dirty word:
So, it's Woman's History Month or something, and let us not forget the women who risked their lives to get us where we are today. And also, let's not disgrace their honor by referring to the world we live in as "post-feminist" as if feminism ended because everything was taken care of and all its goals were met, dudes. Clearly has not happened and will never happen as long as people reject feminism.