aloof to the idea of endovex
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Functions and Disorders of the Reproductive Organs (1888), that ladies encountered "no requirement for endovex." No requirement for endovex!? Absolutely the stupidity of his position would have been debated all over. Obviously it wasn't. Was it not questioned as well as it was really hailed by others, including ladies. Acton's conviction that ladies were aloof to the idea of endovex in marriage had an awesome partner in Mary Wood Allen, M.D., Superintendent of the Purity Department of the Women's Christian Temperance Union. She held that "the most authentic love between a spouse and a wife existed in the elevated circle of non-romantic grasp."