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PREFACE
THE MOTHER AND HER CHILD-1.1
THE MOTHER AND HER CHILD-1.2
THE MOTHER AND HER CHILD-1.3
THE MOTHER AND HER CHILD-1.4
THE MOTHER AND HER CHILD-1.5
SEXUAL EDUCATION-2.1
SEXUAL EDUCATION-2.2
SEXUAL EDUCATION-2.3
SEXUAL EDUCATION-2.4
SEXUAL EDUCATION-2.5
SEXUAL EDUCATION-2.6
SEXUAL EDUCATION-2.7
SEXUAL EDUCATION-2.8
SEXUAL EDUCATION-2.9
SEXUAL EDUCATION-2.10
SEXUAL EDUCATION-2.11
SEXUAL EDUCATION AND NAKEDNESS-3.1
SEXUAL EDUCATION AND NAKEDNESS-3.2
SEXUAL EDUCATION AND NAKEDNESS-3.3
SEXUAL EDUCATION AND NAKEDNESS-3.4
THE VALUATION OF SEXUAL LOVE-4.1
THE VALUATION OF SEXUAL LOVE-4.2
THE VALUATION OF SEXUAL LOVE-4.3
THE VALUATION OF SEXUAL LOVE-4.4
THE FUNCTION OF CHASTITY-5.1
THE FUNCTION OF CHASTITY-5.2
THE FUNCTION OF CHASTITY-5.3
THE FUNCTION OF CHASTITY-5.4
THE FUNCTION OF CHASTITY-5.5
THE FUNCTION OF CHASTITY-5.6
THE PROBLEM OF SEXUAL ABSTINENCE-6.1
THE PROBLEM OF SEXUAL ABSTINENCE-6.2
THE PROBLEM OF SEXUAL ABSTINENCE-6.3
THE PROBLEM OF SEXUAL ABSTINENCE-6.4
THE PROBLEM OF SEXUAL ABSTINENCE-6.5
THE PROBLEM OF SEXUAL ABSTINENCE-6.6
PROSTITUTION-7.1
PROSTITUTION-7.2
PROSTITUTION-7.3
PROSTITUTION-7.4
PROSTITUTION-7.5
PROSTITUTION-7.6
PROSTITUTION-7.7
PROSTITUTION-7.8
PROSTITUTION-7.9
PROSTITUTION-7.10
PROSTITUTION-7.11
PROSTITUTION-7.12
PROSTITUTION-7.13
PROSTITUTION-7.14
PROSTITUTION-7.15
FOOTNOTES-1
FOOTNOTES-2

brought forward figures, supplied by Dutch officials, showing that in 

Rotterdam, where prostitution was regulated, both prostitution and 

venereal diseases were more prevalent than in Amsterdam, a city without 

regulation (A. Despres, _La Prostitution en France_, p. 122). 

 

[158] It was in 1802 that the medical inspection of prostitutes in Paris 

brothels was introduced, though not until 1825 fully established and made 

general. 

 

[159] M.L. Heidingsfeld, "The Control of Prostitution," _Journal American 

Medical Association_, January 30, 1904. 

 

[160] See, e.g., G. Berault, _La Maison de Tolerance_, These de Paris, 

1904. 

 

 

 

[161] Thus the circumstances of the English army in India are of a special 

character. A number of statements (from the reports of committees, 

official publications, etc.) regarding the good influence of regulation in 

reducing venereal diseases in India are brought together by 

Surgeon-Colonel F.H. Welch, "The Prevention of Syphilis," _Lancet_, August 

12, 1899. The system has been abolished, but only as the result of a 

popular outcry and not on the question of its merits. 

 

[162] Thus Richard, who accepts regulation and was instructed to report on 

it for the Paris Municipal Council, would not have girls inscribed as 

professional prostitutes until they are of age and able to realize what 

they are binding themselves to (E. Richard, _La Prostitution a Paris_, p. 

147). But at that age a large proportion of prostitutes have been 

practicing their profession for years. 


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