FEMEN protesters at Paris’s Musée d’Orsay. Photo by Capucine Henry, courtesy of FEMEN.

These days, restraining people (men and women, at long last equally) is done by covering their noses and mouths rather than their breasts.

FEMEN protesters at Paris’s Musée d’Orsay. Photo by Capucine Henry, courtesy of FEMEN.

[8a]           It is common knowledge that Feminism started in the 19th century, and the date for its first achievement is set for 1839, when the Custody of Infants Act was established.
Few people realise that this Act is another tool of oppression, handing over the tasks of taking care of children as the sole responsibility of women.

But even less people know that the movement started back in the 17th century, with Marry Gulliver's incitements. 
Sadly' it took a couple of centuries to catch on, and the struggles isn't over yet.

Am I being too prudish?