Life by Press Association May 27, 2019, 12:03 am Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter Patricia Arquette has called for a renewed fight for women’s rights in the face of pay inequality and abortion laws. The actress has said she faced unwanted “sexual energy” as a teenager, and issues facing women remained “subterranean” for years. Arquette has said opposition to women’s rights is now out in the open, and must be challenged. The Oscar-winning star has said legislation introduced in the US could see the regression of gender equality. Speaking to The Big Issue, she said: “We’re watching women’s rights, as far as abortion, get rolled back incredibly quickly in America. Even in cases of rape and incest, in some states, abortion is being made illegal. “I think we are seeing, in plain sight, a big struggle between women’s rights and women’s equality and the resistance to that. It’s being played out right in front of us. “For many years, it was very subterranean. It was still happening but everyone was acting like everything was fine. “Now it’s right in your face and you’re having to look at it. And I don’t think that’s a bad… Read full this story
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