Sunday, 2 January 2011

'Sexual Knowledge' by Winfield Scott Hall. 1916.

"Girls or young women are by nature drawn to the society of young men. It is right that they should have this privilege, and any condition which robs either sex of the companionship of the other is abnormal. The choice of these companions is a matter for great care. If the young woman numbers among her acquaintances no young man whose standards command her respect, she would better go unattended and without escort than to accept the attention of unworthy men.

A girl cannot afford to lower her own self-respect or lay herself open to insult."

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