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Jytte Anderson served as Minister of Employment from 1993 to 1998.
Anderson was later appointed in 1998 as Senior Minister for Construction and Housing.
In 1999, Andersen was appointed as the first Danish Minister on Gender Equality in 1999.
As in many other Western countries, the connection between child birth and marriage has been significantly weakened since the later half of the 20th century. During the 1960s and 70s, Denmark was one of the first European countries to change its social norms towards accepting unmarried cohabitation and childbearing, at a time when this was still seen as unacceptable in many other parts of the continent. Denmark has a reputation of being "open" with regards to sexuality, perhaps due to historical factors, such as being the first country to abolish censorship and legalize pornography in 1967.
Four of those women were elected to the Lower House (known as the Folketinget), while eight Danish women were elected to the Upper House (known as the Landstinget).
With the gradual introduction of Catholicism in Scandinavia in the early Middle Ages, women's rights were increasingly regulated and restricted.In the reformed law of access in 1921, women were formally given access to all professions and positions in society with the exception of some military and clerical positions and the position of judge (given in 1936). The first women's movement was led by the Dansk Kvindesamfund ("Danish Women's Society").There had been two major periods of women's movement in Denmark. Line Luplau was one of the most notable woman in this era.Following the International Congress of Women held in The Hague in 1915, Danske Kvinders Fredskæde or the Danish Women's Peace Chain was established in Denmark.It called for women to provide more active support for peace once the First World War was over.