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对于女界身体残毁之改革论 [On Reforming the Practices of Maiming Women’s Bodies]
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written by Lin Shuhua, fl. 1915, in Women's Journal, Vol. 1 No. 12, 1915, pp. 2350-2352 (1915), 3 page(s)
Women are not only treated lightly by men but also by themselves. In order to obtain men’s favor, they adopt such practices harmful to their bodies as foot-binding, breast-binding, application of cosmetics, and use of costume jewelry. Foot-binding sacrifices women’s both physical and spiritual independence, wh...
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written by Lin Shuhua, fl. 1915, in Women's Journal, Vol. 1 No. 12, 1915, pp. 2350-2352 (1915), 3 page(s)
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我的女子卫生观 [My View on Women’s Hygiene]
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written by Liang Zhuxin, fl. 1923, in Women's Journal, Vol. 9, No. 10, 1923, pp. 17547-17548 (1923), 2 page(s)
Although there are numerous loud warnings on the harms of such practices as breast-binding and foot-binding, women still stick to their old routine. To deal with this situation, two measures have to be taken. First of all, schools should pay attention to the education on hygiene so that female students can realize...
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written by Liang Zhuxin, fl. 1923, in Women's Journal, Vol. 9, No. 10, 1923, pp. 17547-17548 (1923), 2 page(s)
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束胸习惯与性知识 克士 [The Habit of Breast-Binding and Sexual Knowledge]
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written by Keshi, fl. 1923, in Women's Journal, Vol. 9, No. 5, 1923, pp. 16731-16732 (1923), 2 page(s)
The harm breast-binding does to body and health is obvious, but women still would not like to give up the practice. The reason lies in the conventional view that dismisses the gender difference in physique and blames women’s natural plump breasts for arousing men’s evil thoughts and behavior. This view is so d...
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written by Keshi, fl. 1923, in Women's Journal, Vol. 9, No. 5, 1923, pp. 16731-16732 (1923), 2 page(s)
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