Bernadette Lafont and the sexual revolution in French cinema circa 1968
Women became angry at the disparity between male revolutionary speech and their behaviour where women were concerned. Men didn’t seem to realize that revolution starts at home and involves treating women — including ‘their’ women — differently. Women saw that if this was how the revolution was going to be, then it wasn’t a revolution for women.3
Lack, R. (2011)., Sex power: Bernadette Lafont and the sexual revolution in French cinema circa 1968, in J. Jackson, A. Milne & J. Williams (eds.), May 68, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 356-375.
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