Equality in dating
Last year an academic claimed that many women wanted to raise families rather than pursue careers.
Dr Catherine Hakim said: 'The myth that all or most women would be just as careerist as men, if only they were given the opportunity has been exploded.'Pizey recently spoke out about the court case which saw her receive an apology and damages over claims made about her in Andrew Marr's book.
Pizzey, who has never described herself as a feminist, fell out with many in the women's movement because she did not share many of their views.
The middle-class Christian said many feminists were obsessed with destroying men and marriage and said for many it was like a 'born again' religion.
The Labour deputy leader hopes to boost the proportion of female and ethnic minority staff, as well as pushing more of them into senior roles.
But the Equality Bill, which brings together nine major laws, has prompted grave concern that white men could miss out unfairly on jobs.
Macmillan offered her an unreserved apology and agreed to pay substantial damages and costs.
One of the four Scandinavian countries, Sweden is glued to the eastern edge of Norway, meets Finland in the north and is separated from the bulk of Finland by the Gulf of Bothnia.The 70-year-old said women's 'freedom of choice' to have both has left them with less spare time than they had before.But she added that many now did not understand what they had lost.Women have won the war for equality but it has left many of them imprisoned and exhausted, a pioneering feminist has claimed.Campaigner Erin Pizzey, who founded the world's first refuge for battered women in 1971, claims the idea of women happily combining a career and a family has proved to be a myth.