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abortion 7–8, 12–3, 18, 30n.25 n.28, 31n.32, 32n.37, 35n.67, 40, 71, 73, 130n.12, 141, 148, 158, 160–2, 168nn.95–7, 180–1, 183, 185, 187, 218n.20, 219n.27, 222n.73
Abortion Law Reform Association xii, 42, 73
Abortion Act 8, 12, 224
backstreet 180, 187
conference on 141, 160–2
abstinence 18–9, 39, 42
activism 230
birth control 4–5, 20–1, 40, 48, 124, 138–40, 142, 148, 150–1, 169–70, 180–1, 197, 201
see also feminism
Adamson, R. H. 48
Methods of Conception Control 48
Alabaster, G. 66
anxieties
male doctor's 14
population 9–10, 12, 45, 70, 73, 88, 121–2, 127, 137, 139–40, 157, 162, 169, 173, 175, 178–9, 185, 212–3, 227
sexual 111, 118
artificial insemination xi, 105, 120, 125–6, 136n.144 n.147
Association Française des Femmes Médecins 23, 166n.68 n.70 n.76
Association Maternité Heureuse 13, 23, 180, 189
Aubény, E. 187–8, 194nn.72–3, 195n.74
Bac affair 180, 183
Baker, J. R. 21, 60, 68, 83n.107, 149, 153
Balint, M. 92, 115–20, 132n.38, 134nn.112–13, 135n.114, 188
Bard, C. 7, 28n.19, 30n.27, 167n.83
Barrett, F. 46–7
Barton, M. 105, 120, 123, 126–7, 135nn.133–4
Bashford, A. 26n.8, 29nn.21–3, 31n.32 n.34, 139–40, 164n.8, 169, 179, 190n.2 n.16, 192n.44
Besant, A. 10, 139
Bird, O. 70, 74
Birkett Committee 73
birth control
as a medical responsibility 12, 40, 75, 146–54
husband's responsibility for 44
opponents 39, 45, 63, 64, 67
women's responsibility for 7, 145
see also activism
Birth Control Investigation Committee xi, xii, 20–1, 35nn.75–6 n.78, 40, 42, 50, 63–4, 68–9, 149, 166n.53, 196–7, 199, 203, 208–11, 216–17, 218n.14 n.16, 219n.24, 221n.64, 226
Birth Control International Information Centre 21, 170–2, 181, 190nn.3–4 n.7 n.11
Bischoff, R. 117, 132n.38
Blacker, C. P. 20–1, 40, 42, 65, 78n.20, 88, 149, 165n.45, 174, 191n.22, 205–7, 210, 220n.44 n.49, 221n.51 n.54 n.58 nn.68–9
Blair, M. 70, 81n.71, 117, 132n.40, 215
Blanchier, D. 156–9, 166n.68 n.72, 167n.78 n.84 n.89
Blumberg, F. 150, 153
Booysen, C. 36n.80, 49, 69
Boyd Orr, J. 175–6
Bradlaugh, C. 10, 139
British Medical Women's Federation xi, 14, 23, 34n.55, 38, 45–9, 55, 79n.39, 124, 142, 150, 152, 155, 170, 178, 224, 225
British Postgraduate Medical School 48, 50, 80n.49
Brook, E. 12, 224
Brooke, S. 11, 33n.42, 78nn.21–2, 131n.21, 133n.60, 168n.95
Browne, S. 28n.20, 42, 77n.3, 78n.18
Butler, L. 152, 153, 155
Cambridge Birth Control Clinic 20, 64
Campbell, J. 161, 168n.97
cap see under contraceptive methods
Carleton, H. M. 60, 68, 209, 211
case cards 152
clinic records 52, 66, 151, 197, 205
case records 67
Catholic Church 48, 157
Catholic doctor 156–7
Casti Connubii 13
Charles, E. 63, 77n.7, 82n.86
circulation of knowledge 1, 5, 6, 140, 150, 153–4, 169, 171, 182–90
clinical trials xi, 21–3, 34n.65, 68–70, 76, 83n.111, 137, 197, 203, 209, 212–15, 219n.35, 221n.56
clitoris see under sexual pleasure
coitus interruptus see under contraceptive methods
community health 16, 41, 138
companionate marriage 86, 88, 125, 129n.5
contraception
criteria for good contraceptive methods 16–17, 20, 25, 44, 50, 64, 67–70, 76, 145, 147, 154, 160, 197–8, 202, 204, 207, 208, 210–14, 216, 226
contraceptive culture 8, 18–22
contraceptive failures 44, 65, 70, 148, 152–3, 196, 198, 204, 210
as a human right 178–80
legitimacy of 11, 24, 85, 144, 161, 226
as a medical field and specialty 18, 22, 40, 47, 49–52, 57, 60, 62, 76, 85, 93, 151, 162
memorandum on training in 52
patients’ experience with 2, 20, 22, 44, 50, 54, 68–9, 153, 197–200, 202, 204, 208–12, 214–15
patients’ education in 71, 99, 179
side effects 23, 63, 69–70, 75, 199–200, 208–14, 217n.2
step-by-step guide 62–3, 198
training in 14, 25, 37, 40, 47–56, 63, 69, 76, 79n.42, 149, 156, 167n.82, 170–2, 177–9, 181, 185, 187, 199, 226, 228
see also birth control
contraceptive methods
caps and diaphragms 18, 20, 44, 48, 52–3, 56, 62–3, 68, 75–6, 151–2, 154, 159, 181, 185, 187–8, 197, 204
coit interruptus and withdrawal 18–19, 42, 145
condoms 12, 18, 144, 147, 159, 187
intrauterine devices xi, 18, 25, 60, 151, Chapter 5
pessaries 18, 20, 62, 146–7, 186, 198, 201, 204
spermicides 44, 68–9, 76, 149, 153–4, 209, 211
Cook, H. 26n.10, 30n.25, 31n.31, 35n.67, 38, 77n.4, 99, 129n.8, 130n.11, 230n.2
Council for the Investigation of Fertility Control 70, 83n.111, 215
Cova, A. 157, 167n.77
Cox, G. xi, 2, 36n.80, 49, 58–60, 62, 65, 81n.69, 82n.79, 154, 166n.63, 181, 212, 222n.74
Clinical Contraception xi, 56, 81n.69, 82n.79, 166n.63, 222n.74
Crozier, I. 129n.2, 164n.12, 200, 218n.21, 219nn.22–3, 220n.38
Cullis, W. 40
Dalsace, J. 167n.90, 181–2, 184–5, 187, 189, 192nn.36–7 n.41 n.48, 193nn.50–3 n.57, 195n.75 n.79
Davidson, H. 122
Davis, G. 30n.28, 35n.68, 105, 133n.78, 135n.123, 136n.146
Dawkins, S. xi, 2, 47, 56, 68, 74–5, 79n.36, 81n.71 n.78, 83n.106, 90, 92, 98–9, 115, 117, 131n.29, 132n.38 n.58, 230, 231n.10
Dawson of Penn (Lord) 11, 39, 40
Debenham, C. 4, 27n.15, 28n.20, 32n.36, 36n.66, 42, 77n.12 n.16, 78n.19, 164n.14, 165n.49, 166n.66, 167n.92
degeneracy see under anxieties population
Dickinson, R. L. 59, 150
Donington, H. 176, 191nn.30–2
Drysdale, C. V. 142–3, 164n.18
Dunlop, B. 142–4, 164n.17
Eastbourne Family Planning Centre 92
education see under contraception; sexual pleasure
Ellis, H. 57, 115, 147
emotions and feelings 22, 112, 123, 128, 184
eugenics 9, 10, 23, 31n.35, 38, 43–4, 46, 78n.24 n.30, 82n.85, 140–4, 147, 164n.17, 174, 212–13
Eugenics Society xii, 9, 20, 43, 58, 73, 85, 89, 142, 176, 213
problem families 213
Exeter and District Women's Welfare Centre xi, 120, 124, 174
expertise 2, 8, 16, 18, 23–4, 56–61, 93, 197, 202, 216
based on data and statistics 63–8, 144, 152–3, 197, 203–6
based on professional experience 57–8, 61, 128, 145–6, 169–70, 172, 197, 203–5
familialism see under familial feminism
Family Planning Act 8, 12, 37, 75, 224
Family Planning Association xi, xii, 8, 12, 23, 36n.79, 37–8, 44, 49, 51, 56–9, 68, 70, 73–4, 80nn.56–7, 88–91, 97, 117–18, 120–6, 130n.13, 135n.124, 155, 170, 174, 176, 178, 183–6, 188–9, 214–15, 224, 230
Fawcitt, R. 202
female body 5, 53, 154, 159, 166n.52, 225, 229
medicalisation of 2–3, 22, 128, 225–6
female patients’ agency 3, 22, 86–7, 126, 128, 142
feminine fields of medicine 4, 15–7, 23, 41, 138
feminism
activism 13, 42, 77, 229
familial 157–62
feminist health activism 2, 26n.3, 77, 229
social purity 45
welfare 17, 45–6, 142, 155–6, 160
fertility 2, 9, 12, 18, 31nn.29–30 n.32, 35n.70, 44, 57, 66, 69, 82nn.94–6 n.98, 86, 136nn.135–6, 143, 154, 176, 178–9, 203, 212, 214, 226
decline 8–9, 18–19, 159, 172–3
differential see eugenics
infertility 7–8, 25, 30n.28, 85, 105, 120–8, 133n.78, 173, 181, 185
see also natalism; sterility
Feversham Committee 126–7
Fifth International Neo-Malthusian and Birth Control Conference xi, 141–7
Fisher, K. 6, 19, 30n.26, 31n.28 n.31, 33n.44, 35n.66 n.69 n.72, 38, 44, 61, 77n.4, 78n.27, 106, 130n.9 n.17, 134n.84, 165n.34, 207, 219n.25, 221n.60, 230n.2
Florence, L. S. 64–5, 82n.88
Birth Control on Trial 64–5, 82n.88
Foucault, M. 5, 28n.20
Franck, M. 183–4, 193n.55
Frankenburg, C. 42
French Association of Women Doctors 138
French Society for Sanitary and Moral Prophylaxis 158
Freud, S. 86–7, 100–1, 111, 118–19, 129n.7, 188
Fribourg, A. 185, 193n.58
Friedman, L. 117, 135n.115
frigidity see under sexual disorders
Fuller, E. 151–3
Galton, F. 9, 82n.85
gender roles
feminine nature 15, 23
femininity 64, 119
in sexuality 19, 87, 92, 118–19, 125, 127, 227
maternal nature 157, 159
masculinity 103–5, 119
general practitioner 48–9, 63, 67, 74, 79n.43
Giles, A. 81n.71, 117
Gillie, A. 112, 155
Gimson, O. 36n.80, 45, 155
Goldring, D. and M. 196, 217n.1
Gräfenberg, E. 59, 151, 166n.52, 198–200, 202, 204, 208, 211, 214, 217n.1, 218nn.6–7 n.13 n.17
Graff, G. 49, 69, 83n.111
Grant, E. 69
Gray, A. H. 89
Green, S. 171
Green-Armytage V. 66–7, 209–10, 221n.65
Griffith, E. 36n.80, 89–90, 111, 130n.19, 131nn.26–7, 134n.99, 191n.21 n.24 n.28, 192n.40
Guttmacher, A. 74, 178, 212–13, 222n.79 n.81 n.84 n.86
Haire, N. 11, 16, 20, 35n.73, 40, 142, 144, 146–7, 164n.12 n.17, 165n.40, 196–8, 200–11, 215–17, 217nn.1–2, 218n.7 nn.20–1, 219n.22 nn.26–8 nn.30–1 n.33, 220n.41 nn.48–51, 221n.54 nn.58–9 n.61 n.66, 222n.73
Hall, L. 16, 25n.2, 27n.16, 28nn.19–20, 29n.21, 30n.35, 34n.61, 35n.66, 38, 77n.3 n.10, 78n.18 n.28 n.33, 79n.38, 81nn.67–8, 129n.8, 166n.50, 217n.1, 218n.19, 219n.22
Harding, K. 122–3, 125, 135n.131 n.133, 136n.140
Harvey, C. 121–2
Houghton, V. 89, 131n.25, 185, 192n.34, 193n.57
How-Martyn, E. 21, 140, 170, 172, 181
Hubback, E. 42, 71
Huxley, F. ix, 123, 136n.136, 142, 144–5, 147, 155, 164nn.15–16
Huxley, J. 20, 176
hymen 111, 114–15
impotence see under sexual disorders
infertility see under sexual disorders; sterility
International Birth Control Information Centre 140
International Committee on Planned Parenthood 90, 177, 192n.34
international conferences on birth control 6, 24, Chapter 3, 169–72, 197, 212, 227
International Medical Group for the Investigation of Contraception 21, 203, 205, 220n.44 nn.47–8
International Planned Parenthood Federation xii, 13, 23, 169–70, 173, 177–80, 182–3, 185–7, 191n.18, 192nn.35–9 n.41, 193n.57, 194nn.62–4 n.71, 195n.77 n.79, 212, 214, 230
Jackson, M. xi, 2, 25, 36n.80, 51, 60, 64–7, 69–70, 74, 82n.87 n.91 n.95 nn.98–9, 83n.104 n.111, 85, 92, 94, 120–4, 126–7, 135nn.124–5 n.133, 136n.137 n.144 n.147, 174, 177–9, 181, 196–7, 212–7, 222nn.76–7 nn.84–5, 230
Jeffries, L. 60, 155
Jex-Blake, S. 14–15, 34n.57
Kahn-Nathan, J. 187
Kelly, L. 15, 27n.14, 34n.52 n.54 n.57, 230n.3
Képès, S. 185, 188, 193n.60, 194n.61, 195n.76
Killick Millard, C. 39, 60, 71–2, 77n.7, 142–3, 164n.17
knowledge transfer see under circulation of knowledge
Knowles, F. I. 60
Knowlton, C. 139
laboratory-based medicine 18, 22, 63–71, 206
Labour Party xii, 11, 43, 71, 78n.21
Lagroua Weill-Hallé M.A. 13, 180, 182–3, 185–6, 189, 193nn.52–3, 194nn.63–5, 195n.79
Lambeth Conference 11, 72
Langhamer, C. 30n.25, 89, 131n.22 n.30
Le Sueur-Capelle, S. 187
Lewis-Faning Report 19
Macaulay, M. xii, 49, 81n.78, 89, 91–2, 155
Art of Marriage 81n.78, 89
Mace, D. R. 89
Main, T. 118–19, 188
male-dominated medicine see medical hierarchy
Malleson, J. xii, 2, 38, 43–5, 49, 56–60, 62–3, 65–7, 69, 73, 80n.64, 82n.80 n.83 n.96 nn.100–1, 83n.102 n.105, 84nn.117–18, 85, 88–97, 99–107, 109–15, 119, 121–3, 126, 128, 128n.1, 130n.15, 131nn.32–3, 132n.41 nn.45–7 nn.50–1, 133n.62 n.66 nn.69–71, 134nn.96–9 nn.101–8, 150, 154, 174, 186, 191n.18, 227, 229
Any Wife or Any Husband: A Book for Couples Who Have Met Sexual Difficulties and for Doctors (1950) 93, 95, 131n.32, 132n.41, 134n.97 n.102 n.107
The Principles of Contraception: A Handbook for General Practitioners 57, 80n.64, 82n.80, 132n.51, 133n.62 n.66, 134n.98
Malthus, T. R. 10
La Ligue de la Régénération Humaine 10
Malthusianism and neo-Malthusianism 5, 6, 10, 24, 28n.19, 29n.21, 38, 137, 139–40, 142–4, 147, 162, 163n.6, 164n.18, 172, 182
Malthusian League 10, 20, 39, 139, 141–3, 164n.17
Mannin, E. 196, 217n.1, 218n.19
marital difficulties 88, 90–1, 94
Marriage Guidance Council 89, 130n.20, 131n.24
marriage guidance xii, 87, 89–90
marriage reformers 88–9
married women doctors 17, 91
Martindale, L. 46, 154, 159–60, 167n.87
maternity and child welfare centres 41, 43, 71
McIlroy, A. L. 155–6, 166n.65 n.67, 167n.87 n.91 n.93
Mears, E. 69–70, 80n.62, 81n.71, 83n.111, 105, 117, 126, 178, 185, 189, 193n.58, 194n.70, 195n.79
Medawar, J. 184
medical hierarchy 3, 14–15, 17, 23, 41, 72, 75, 85, 228
medical and scientific knowledge 3, 7, 8, 17–23, 26n.9, 37–8, 47, 51–2, 57, 61–71, 85–6, 110, 137, 151, 153, 169, 219n.35, 220n.38, 226
Medical Research Council 203, 209, 220nn.36–7
medical students 47–9, 52–3, 55–6, 62, 76, 79n.40 n.42, 138, 226
Medical Views on Birth Control 39–40
Medical Women's International Association 46, 141, 155–6, 166n.65
Memorandum 153/MCW 11–12, 39
menorrhagia 198, 214
Montreuil-Strauss, G. 156, 158, 166n.70
Moore White, M. 81n.71 n.78, 120, 122–4, 126, 135nn.133–4, 136n.139
motherhood 28nn.19–20, 32n.39, 43, 78n.24, 121, 133n.61, 155, 157–8, 166n.64, 182, 183
Mouvement Français pour le Planning Familial 13, 23, 170, 181–5, 188
Mure, C. 178, 185–6, 189
natalism and pronatalism 10, 13, 31n.32, 32n.39, 33n.46
National Birth Control Association xi, xii, 11, 21, 36n.80, 42, 48, 50, 57, 60, 68, 79n.47, 80n.50, 81n.69, 83n.108, 88–9, 155, 191n.21 n.24 n.28, 192n.40, 210–11
National Health Service 12, 15, 56, 229
Neal-Edwards, M. 81n.71, 91–2, 132n.38
Neuwirth Law 8, 13, 180
North Kensington Women's Welfare Centre xii, 20, 40, 47–9, 51, 59, 70–1, 79n.47, 83n.112, 88, 90–2, 96, 121–2, 135n.126, 151, 199, 204, 215
Odlum, D. 160
Ottesen-Jensen, E. 173–4, 176, 191n.18, 192n.33
Pasmore, J. 117, 119, 135n.119
Peberdy, M. 69
population issues see under anxieties
Pyke, M. 73, 81n.71, 82n.94, 176–7, 185
Sanger, M. 4, 21, 28n.20, 139–41, 147–8, 152, 169–70, 172, 174, 176–7, 227
Scharlieb, M. 45–6, 78n.30, 81n.67
sex education 139, 158, 178–9, 181
sexual counselling and therapy xi, xii, 2, 23–5, 45, 85–90, 92–120, 127–8
training in 90, 94, 116–20, 188, 227
sexual disorders 1–2, 6–8, 13, 24, Chapter 2
erectile dysfunction 104
frigidity 24, 87, 94, 110–11, 114, 119, 129n.2, 188
impotence 90
sexual pleasure 24, 86–7, 89, 93–110, 113, 119, 127–8, 227, 229
clitoris 87, 97, 100–2, 105, 107–10, 115, 119, 128
education in 93, 99–100, 104–5
penetration 89, 99, 101
sexual ignorance 87, 96–8
vaginal orgasm 87, 100–2, 119–20
vaginal sensation 108–10
sterility 12, 39, 57, 66–7, 82n.91 n.100, 83nn.102–5, 88, 105, 120–7, 135n.124 n.127 n.133, 136n.137 n.139, 152, 155, 179, 181, 187, 201, 219n.29
Stopes, M. 4, 11, 19–20, 27n.16, 18n.19, 35n.66, 39, 41, 43, 46, 48, 65, 79n.38 n.42, 156, 182, 201, 217, 218n.26
speculum 51–2, 54, 63, 151, 199
statistics see expertise; medical and scientific knowledge
Stone, A. and H. 148, 152, 154, 175–6, 183
Sullerot, E. 180, 186
Szreter, S. 6, 9, 19, 30n.26, 31nn.29–32, 35n.69, 61, 106, 130n.9 n.17, 133n.61, 134n.84, 165n.34, 207, 221n.60, 230n.2
Tavistock Clinic 90–1, 115, 118, 188, 227
Taylor, R. 81n.71, 117, 132n.38, 184
Thuillier-Landry, M. 158
Tunnedine, P. xii, 17, 119
Valabrègue, C. 185–6
venereal diseases 10, 12, 31n.30, 73, 158
Voge, C. 21, 68, 149
Walworth Women's Welfare Centre xi, 20, 39, 48–9, 81n.69, 142, 144, 195n.78, 200, 206
women's health 41, 94, 140–1, 169, 226
Wright H. xii, 1, 2, 25, 36n.80, 37–8, 40–1, 47–53, 58–61, 63, 66, 69–72, 77n.1 n.13, 79n.49, 80n.49 n.52, 81n.66 n.71 n.72 n.77, 82n.81, 84n.116, 85, 88–2, 96–7, 99, 100, 107–9, 114–15, 119, 121, 126–8, 132n.49 nn.55–7, 133nn.64–5, 134n.85 n.88, 150–1, 153, 155, 170–2, 174–9, 186–7, 191n.19 n.20 n.23 n.27, 192n.35, 194n.68, 196–7, 199, 201–12, 215–17, 217n.2, 218n.17, 219n.34, 220n.47, 226–7, 229
Birth Control, Advice on Family Spacing and Healthy Sex Life 61
Contraceptive Technique 58, 59, 63, 81n.66 n.72, 82n.81
More about the Sex Factor in Marriage 132n.49 n.56, 134n.88
The Sex Factor in Marriage: A Book for Those Who Are, or Are About to Be, Married 61, 89, 132n.55, 133n.64

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