Several renowned feminists including Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, and Laurie Anderson talk about what it was like for women in the '70s. They cover the attitudes and their discomfort with the status quo. They also talk about today's younger women being uncomfortable with the term "feminist".
Perhaps the lower rating on IMDB (currently 5.3) is the result of backlash from some males (149 males have an average rating of 3.7, while 118 females give it an average rating of 7.9). However, some women talk about how they'd laugh off sexist comments. Also, Jane Fonda talks about how uncomfortable she was with being naked, but she shot the intro for Barbarella anyway.
Recommended for (mainly) empowering women. BTW, men can be feminists too. Downvoting this because women are a group "other" than your own is extremely rude and disheartening as well. However, these group of women in the documentary represent the strength of women well.