In this controversial book, the author examines the major issues of women's lives today - coming to the alarming conclusion that organized discrimination against women has worsened in recent years rather than improved, particularly at work. In spite of years of legislation and equal opportunity policies, equality and access to independence remains elusive. Such strategies have been bolted to an existing structure where the very fabric of society still refuses to accommodate a woman because of her sex.
Used availability for Kate Figes's Because of Her Sex
October 1995 : UK Paperback
July 1994 : UK Paperback