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There is no exact year when they changed. Feminism is a gradual process of corrupting a culture. It has existed before, collapsed, and then arisen again in other places. It is the modern name for an ancient idea - the general idea being cultural decadence.
In the U.S., in the 20th century, the 1920s was a time of feminism rising. Check out a man named Edward Bernays and how he helped bring about the marketing/PR/consumerism culture that helped advance feminism. Women voting happened in the 20s also.
After that, the 1960s saw the rise of another wave of feminism with "free love" and all that, which helped bring promiscuity, adultery, and divorce into the mainstream.
I think the 90s was considered a wave of feminism as well, which saw a big rise of the false rape culture and such in universities, etc.
As far as feminist influence before the 20th century in the U.S., I don't know.
Ghost, in Feminist Theory those are called the three waves of Feminism. First was the Suffrage Movement, then late Sixties and into the Seventies activism, then Third Wave in the Nineties at universities. See First Wave Feminism:
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