In a postcard from May 1, 1914, a woman India Phone Number List with a Phrygian cap can be seen exposing a bare chest (something unusual, they were usually shown clothed) shaking hands with a worker. Around her are portraits of India Phone Number List Ferdinand Lassalle, Karl Marx, Wilhelm Liebknecht and August Bebel and the motto: “Freedom! Equality! Long live the 8-hour day. But the fact that the imagery represented women did not mean that they were, within the movement, on equal terms. In fact, the actual inequality within socialism India Phone Number List was a matter of dispute.
Since socialism tried to bring India Phone Number List democracy to all spheres of social life, not a few women protested against their subordinate situation. The result was a gradual incorporation of their demands, as well as of India Phone Number List women's own socialist publications. One of them was Die Gleichheit (La Igualdad), belonging to the German social democracy. Founded by trade unionist Emma Ihrer and later directed by Clara Zetkin, the magazine – which bore the subtitle "magazine for working people's women and girl India Phone Number List between 1882 and 1923 published prominent socialists such as Ottilie Baader and Rosa Luxemburg, but also August Bebel.
The latter was, in fact, the author India Phone Number List of the famous book Women and Socialism (1897), in which he denounced the differences between men and women and argued for the need for positions to be established from within the world of workers. Along with Magnus Hirschfeld, social democrat and open India Phone Number List homosexual, he was one of the leaders who tried, since the end of the 19th century, the decriminalization of this sexual orientation, then considered a crime by the Prussian authorities. The India Phone Number List historian Eric Hobsbawm affirms that socialism was the only movement that sought a transformation of the social order and that contemplated – even if it did not always carry it out within India Phone Number List the liberation of gender boundaries. "Unlike the petty-bourgeois progressive movement.