The Feminine Afterthought

by Debbie L. Kasman in ,

In May 2013, Caroline Criado-Perez, a “feminist campaigner,” threatened the Bank of England with legal action when they decided to phase out bills featuring Elizabeth Fry, a prison reformer,  replacing Fry with Winston Churchill.  While it may appear that Criado-Perez is pro prison reform or that she’s an Elizabeth Fry fan, she’s actually suing the bank for “failing in its duties to eliminate gender discrimination under the Equality Act.” 

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