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A text from the period just after WWI is a advocates argument for safe marriages. A point made is that this the most prudent method for ladies to avoid sexually transmitted diseases. This was a time medical science did not have acceptable cures and remedies and the diseases could have been fatal. There is a strong argument made for medical treatments and services to make readily available to the general public and offer methods of protection for the public. The times were a place where woman were often in toxic relationships and options such as divorce were off the table due to public shaming. This could often cause a vicious cycle of forced intercourse and sexually transmitted diseases taking lives.

STDs were a huge problem and there were few options for treatment. Access to those treatments was often unavailable to most women and the doctor makes a strong case to stop the cycle it creates. Its a wonderful social read that exposes the way society, in its favouritism towards the male, created a toxic and dangerous environment for woman. Take the time to note how the image of STDs and the rights and respect for woman, including prostitutes has changed over the decades.

GENRE
Faktaböcker
UTGIVEN
2015
18 mars
SPRÅK
EN
Engelska
LÄNGD
130
Sidor
UTGIVARE
MobiPubber
STORLEK
123.1
KB

Fler böcker av Ettie A. Rout