Female Middle Class Emigration Society

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Conclusion: Both Victorian men and women felt strongly the tension between women’s desire for independence definitions of women’s proper role and genius. Feminism itself was shaped by this and other tensions. Feminists did not want to consider marriage as a woman’s only proper place and resisted, the conservatives tendency to decrease the Female Middle Class Emigration Society, but to some extent they viewed women’s work in the public sphere as an exercise of the moral superiority attributed to women by the Victorian myth and as an enlargement of women’s maternal and domestic duties to the teaching and organizing up of society as a whole. While few militant feminists would have viewed violence as a purely masculine trait, a stereotype found
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