B ; cda ; impact on pros + other women ; double standards

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what about the acts made it seem that they were legalising prostitution?
by accepting that the business couldn't be extinguished
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state couldn't regulate prostitution without also appearing to do what?
condone it
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and what did this have massive problematic implications for
victorian society
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what were contemporary notions of gendered sexuality maintained as?
men had sex for pleasure, women had sex for procreation
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what did cda appear to be doing by only examining prostitutes > soldiers? blaming?
blaming venereal diseases on women alone
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therefore accepted prostitution as?
necessity for males
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but blamed women for?
problems it created
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in britain what was the growing feeling that prostitutes were?
victims
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and what was happening to them for public health?
suffering
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why were people especially mad at the government composition?
all men
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passing legislation that only impacted?
women
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and blamed them for?
diseases spread bc men can't ******* just keep their **** in their ****** pants
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this was so immoral and unfair it did what to women?
mobilised them to become radicalised and campaign for fundamental british political change
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state couldn't regulate prostitution without also appearing to do what?

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condone it

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what were contemporary notions of gendered sexuality maintained as?

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