Describe and explain the Impact of the emancipation of women on fertility rates. The First Female emancipation movement took place at the end of the 19th Century and was common to see women in the workplace at that time. Women were given a freedom that only men shared before, such as voting, a higher education and careers. This movement of freedom of women was mostly recognised in Western Europe (and Western society). A good example of how this freedom of women impacted fertility rates in this corner of the world is the UK. Industrialization in the UK in the late 19th Century led to the sexual freedom of working class women by offering employment opportunities for them outside the home….