The correct options are
B Women sought more equality in their families.
C Feminist movements were aimed at securing more personal freedom for women
D Feminist movements were able to bring changes in social attitudes in the society
Feminist movements were also known as women's liberation movements. They were a series of political campaigns for reforms on issues of reproductive rights, domestic violence, maternity leaves, equal pay, women’s suffrage, sexual harassment, and sexual violence. Feminism in parts of the western world transpired in several waves. Feminist movements focused on overturning legal obstacles to gender equality. They broadened the debate on a wide range of issues like their sexuality, family, workplace, and other socio-economic inequalities. Feminist movements fought for the dignity, intelligence, and basic human potential of the female sex.