The history of the feminist movement and its impact on modern society

  1. 4. Having many different aspects or features.
  2. 7. Typical examples or original models of something.
  3. 10. Complex and convoluted like a maze.
  4. 11. Improves or enhances the quality or value of.
  5. 12. A small group of people with shared interests or tastes.
  6. 13. Clear and ringing, often referring to a sound or call.
  7. 14. Just coming into existence and beginning to display signs of future potential.
  8. 15. Women seeking the right to vote through organized protest.
  1. 1. To change in form or nature.
  2. 2. Incapability of being tired out or defeated.
  3. 3. Harsh criticism or public disgrace.
  4. 5. A piece of thick textile fabric with designs formed by weaving colored threads or, historically, a picture woven from fabric.
  5. 6. The spirit or mood of a particular period of history, especially as expressed in art, literature, or thought.
  6. 8. The interconnected nature of social categorizations such as race, class, and gender, leading to overlapping systems of discrimination or advantage.
  7. 9. Prolonged echoes or effects of an action or event.