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Morals Among The Unmmoral
Perhaps no delinquent exhibits more striking variation from accepted standards than the girl of persistently loose morals. She belongs to a sisterhood which has held throughout history a position of some prominence. She has been laughed at, and thundered against, sought in secret, but shunned in the open, exploited, sentimentalized over, and reformed with such difficulty that she remains the despair of the reformer....
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Title: Morals Among The Unmmoral
Creator: Eleanor Rowland Wembridge (author)
Date: 1926
Format: Article
Publication: The American Mercury
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: vol.9, pp.467-471
Keywords: Cognitive Disability; Crime; Economics; Entertainment, Leisure & Recreation; Eugenics; Heredity; Humor; Ideologies; Labor; Marriage; Media; Medicine & Science; Popular Culture; Poverty; Prostitution; Psychiatric Disability; Public Health & Welfare; Religion; Reproduction; Sexuality; Social Welfare & Communities; Social Work; Women & Gender
Topics: Mass Media, Culture & The Arts