Feminism and the physical : sex education, physical education and dress reform in Victoria, 1880-1930

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Young, Lois;
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.4225/03/5a03a9357f72d
  • Subject: Education | History of feminism in Victoria | Sex instruction for women | Physical education for women | Clothing and dress

In the late ninetheenth century Australia, an "ideal" woman was married and a mother. Limited to her domestic sphere, she depended completely for her well-being on men. Feministes wanted to improve woman's lot and make her more independent, both by extending... View more
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