There has been so much debate among the scholars about the roles of Zambian women legislators in parliament and the impact these women have made within and outside parliament. Some argue that women parliamentarians have articulated gender issues very well while others argue to the contrary. The Women Parliamentarians have two main roles that they play. Most of the activities related to these roles are performed in and outside of Parliament. The book further shows that, opinions between the most elite women parliamentarians and the non elite are divided about the real consequences of the presence of women in politics. Women parliamentarians employed unconsciously two feminist approaches in addressing women’s issues. They use the radical feminist approach and liberal feminist approach through advocating for legal instruments (feminist liberal approaches) and overcoming oppression by espousing equity and equality through debate and constructive engagement (radical approaches). The book is useful to researchers, politicians, gender practitioners, students, policy makers and non-Governmental organisations.