How did Mary Tyler Moore inspire women in the 1970s?
She was a very independent and successful woman who in no way depended on men, as she found most of her happiness in friendships rather than lasting romantic relationships. Also, the difference between her character Laura in Dick Van Dyke and Mary Richards in MTM shows a cultural shift in the independence of women.
Mary Tyler Moore is an amazing actress who played Laura Petrie (Rob's wife) on The Dick Van Dyke Show. She also starred in her own T.V. show called The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Mary played Mary Richards a 30 year old single women who has just moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota after the break up of a long relationship with her boyfriend. Mary gets a job at a newstation called WJM and becomes the associate producer…
Angela Lansbury (in 1993), Ellen DeGeneres (in 2001 and 2005) and Jane Lynch (in 2011) are the only women who have hosted the Primetime Emmy Awards solo. Many other women have served as co-hosts, including Lucille Ball, Mary Tyler Moore, Shirley MacLaine, Jane Pauley, Joan Rivers, Wanda Sykes and Heidi Klum.
Two women made two separate attempts on Gerald Ford in the 1970s. Their names were Sara Jane Moore and "Squeaky" Fromme. Squeaky Fromme, if I recall, was associated with Charles Manson. I do not recall which attack came first, but the second was relatively soon after the first-almost a copycat attempt. I hope this helps move you forward.
Caused by Staphylococcus aureus what condition became prominent in the 1970s when tampon-using women were getting it?
The condition prominent in the 1970's in tampon using women was Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS). Certain tampon brands started using super-absorbent materials that were not safety tested, these materials caused vaginal tears which resulted in vaginal hemorrhaging and higher risk of TSS as it gave bacterial toxins from bacteria like Staphylococcus Aureus direct access to the bloodstream. Tampon companies not only continued to sell these tampons but also heavily promoted these new tampons to get…