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" While men are allowed freedom, the sexual field of women is becoming restricted to trivial flirtation with the opposite sex, and to intimacy with their own sex; having been taught independence of men and disdain for the old theory which placed women in... "
Sexual Inversion - Sivu 148
tekijä(t) Havelock Ellis - 1901 - 272 sivua
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Sexual Inversion

Havelock Ellis - 1915 - 391 sivua
...sexes in the lectureroom or the laboratory or the hospital is discouraged in England and in America. While men are allowed freedom, the sexual field of...develops for women to carry this independence still farther and to find love where they find work. These unquestionable influences of modem, movements...

Studies in the Psychology of Sex: Sexual inversion

Havelock Ellis - 1915
...sexes in the lectureroom or the laboratory or the hospital is discouraged in England and in America. While men are allowed freedom, the sexual field of...develops for women to carry this independence still farther and to find love where they find work. These unquestionable influences of modern movements...

Studies in the Psychology of Sex ...

Havelock Ellis - 1921
...sexes in the lectureroom or the laboratory or the hospital is discouraged in England and in America. 'While men are allowed freedom, the sexual field of...develops for women to carry this independence still farther and to find love where they find work. These unquestionable influences of modern movements...

After the Fall: The Demeter-Persephone Myth in Wharton, Cather, and Glasgow

Josephine Donovan - 2010
...households, left them exposed to lesbianism, by then perceived as a monstrosity against nature. "[HJaving been taught independence of men and disdain for the...independence still further and to find love where they find work."52 As Nancy Sahli summarized, however, because there was such "pressure against the intense,...
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Passion and Power: Sexuality in History

Kathy Lee Peiss, Christina Simmons, Robert A. Padgug - 1989 - 319 sivua
...rise in sexual inversion to the influence of the women's movement. Ellis asserted such a relationship: "Having been taught independence of men and disdain...develops for women to carry this independence still farther and to find love where they find work."73 Ellis had to qualify his argument by noting that...
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After the Fall: The Demeter-Persephone Myth in Wharton, Cather, and Glasgow

Josephine Donovan - 1989 - 198 sivua
...monstrosity against nature. "[HJaving been taught independence of men and disdain for the old theory whith placed women in the moated grange of the home to sigh...independence still further and to find love where they fmd work." 5 - As Nancy Sahli summarized, however, because there was such "pressure against the intense,...
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The Masculine Woman in America, 1890-1935

Laura L. Behling - 2001 - 215 sivua
...Ellis, even though he subscribed to a congenital theory of inversion, declared in Sexual Inversion, "Having been taught independence of men and disdain...develops for women to carry this independence still farther and to find love where they find work" (262). Their insistence on remaining unmarried, establishing...
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The Lesbian History Sourcebook: Love and Sex Between Women in Britain from ...

Alison Oram, Annmarie Turnbull - 2001 - 292 sivua
...having been raught independence of men and disdain for the old theoty which placed women in the moared grange of the home to sigh for a man who never comes, a rendency develops for women to catty this independence still further and to find love where they find...
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Women Medievalists and the Academy

Jane Chance - 2005 - 1073 sivua
...the whole, a wholesome and inevitable movement. But it carries with it certain disadvantages. . . . [H]aving been taught independence of men and disdain...grange of the home to sigh for a man who never comes, the tendency develops for women to carry this independence still further and to find love where they...
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Historical Identities: The Professoriate in Canada

Euthalia Lisa Panayotidis, Paul James Stortz - 2006 - 437 sivua
...movement. But it carries with it certain disadvantages.'1 The main disadvantage, in his view, was that 'while men are allowed freedom, the sexual field of...develops for women to carry this independence still farther and to find love where they find work.' Ellis was in many ways more liberal in his acceptance...
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