Irish feminists target 'women in the home' clause in constitution

6 June
Women in Dublin celebrate the recent referendum to legalise abortion (photo credit: Aidan Crawley/EPA)
Women in Dublin celebrate the recent referendum to legalise abortion (photo credit: Aidan Crawley/EPA)
Irish feminists buoyed by victory in the abortion referendum have their sights set on removing a section of the constitution which refers to women’s place in the home. The clause has no direct legal implications in contemporary Ireland, but politicians and activists have long argued that its archaic and sexist language undermines women.
Read the full article here: The Guardian

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