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An abortionist city : maternal mortality, abortion, and birth control in Sheffield, 1920–1940. Gary Greenberg, The Book of Woe: The DSM and the Unmaking of the Psychiatry (New York: Blue Rider Press, 2013), pp. 416, £4. 2, hardback, ISBN-10: 0399158537. Lawrence R. Samuel, Shrink: A Cultural History of Psychoanalysis in America (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2013), pp. 288, £2. 1, hardback, ISBN-10: 0803244762.
Useful for studying the figure of Dr Stopes herself, often easily questionable and very much driven by her own agendas, as well as men and women of different classes concerning the most intimate of topics. Offers insight into the home lives and social expectations of both genders, although predominantly women. Strangely enough, reading this, I later found, was an excellent way of preparing for every possible eventuality and complication in the course of pregnancy! A friend of mine sent a copy to a friend who was thinking of having another child. I read this book many years ago when it was first published and I am very pleased to have my own copy now. This one came in very good condition, exactly as described. It was delivered very quickly.
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Dear Dr Stopes: Sex in the 1920s (London: Cox and Wyman Lt. 1978), 50. 6 Ibid. 27, 28. elderly that he never consummated the marriage, and her second husband was unable to give her, at age 61, any sexual satisfaction. 7 A 1923 letter came from a woman who had been married for over two years and had yet to have sex with her husband. 10 In her 1921 book Radiant Motherhood, Stopes stated that the first right of the baby is.
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Stopes also wrote a popular book on palaeobotany, "Ancient Plants" (1910; Blackie, London), in what was called a successful pioneering effort to introduce the subject to non-scientists. Main article: Married Love. Cover of Marie Stopes's bestseller, Married Love. Around the start of her divorce proceedings in 1913, Stopes began to write a book about the way she thought marriage should work. In 1922, Dr Halliday Sutherland wrote a book called Birth Control: A Statement of Christian Doctrine Against the Neo Malthusians Following attacks on "the essential fallacies of Malthusian teaching", Sutherland's book attacked Stopes. Under the headings "Specially Hurtful to the Poor" and "Exposing the Poor to Experiment", it read
The result, Dear Marie Stopes, is a short opera for three singers, cello and viola da gamba, with a libretto constructed from fragments and extracts from the letters. The premise of the piece is to give a voice to some of the thousands who wrote to Stopes. The text is so emotionally charged that I wanted to give it as much space to breathe as possible. Marie Stopes in 1953. Two sources that helped my understanding of this sensitive dichotomy are Dr Lesley Hall’s illuminating essay Situating Stopes, which put eugenics into a historical context, and a column by Zoe Williams which explored the extremes of Stopes’s views before concluding with: The women she provided with contraception didn’t care whether she thought they were scum who should leave the.
Dear Dr. Stopes - Sex in the 1920s. My lovely MFMM friends will know this little scene. But do you also know one of the first fighter for Birth control? Marie Charlotte Carmichael Stopes (15 October 1880 - 2 October 1958) palaeobotanist turned author and advocate for birth control, eugenics and women’s right. In 1921 Marie Stopes and her (second) husband of three years, Humphrey Verdon Roe, founded the Mothers’ Clinic for Constructive Birth Control at 61 Marlborough Road, Holloway, North London; it was the first birth control clinic in England. Dear Dr. Stopes contains a variety of letters sent to her from 1918 to 1928 (roughly). The book is divided into chapters according to social class (lower class, upper class, clergy, medical profession, armed services, overseas et. rather then topics. Which gives you an interesting insight into how different the mind set of the classes really were.