What is the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), and where did Reagan stand on it? Does 9 to 5 address it?
Obviously, 9 to 5 addresses the role of American women in the 1980s workplace, but it also addresses (and ultimately satirizes) roles often given to women onscreen. Offer a couple of examples of how the film does this.
What is the relationship between flexibility (or flexible labor) and feminism, according to Kathryn Cady?
Further, why does Cady believe that 9 to 5 offers a particularly feminist critique via its melding of household and workplace?
What's the most feminist American film comedy you've seen in the last 5 years? What makes it feminist?