Russia Coursework AQA - Women's Lives in RussiaWatch
One of the main Bolsheviks priorities in building a communist society was the absolute equalisation of all population in their rights. As the result, after the revolution and the adoption of the constitution of the RSFSR in 1918, women officially received very broad rights. You might read about Alexandra Kollontai, who was the first female minister in the world.
In the 1920s, in the era of collectivization and industrialization, women began to be massively involved in labor in developing social infrastructure. These transformations however led to the fact that by 1930, on average, a woman accounted for less than 1 child. This situation was rightly regarded as critical, which forced the authorities to reconsider the policy of family-marriage relations. In 1935, the production of contraceptives was discontinued, and abortions were banned in 1936, material assistance to women in childbirth was also increased, state assistance to families with many children was established, and the network of maternity hospitals was expanded.
You also might check women involvement during the WW2.
Again because your topic is so broad, and so many things happened during this period of time, it is really hard to summarise all events. But still I hope it will help you a little.