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55 One finds parallels in the fate of Arria Ly (Josephine Gordon’s pseudonym). She developed the idea of virginal feminism; sexual relations sully the woman, and so one must avoid any contact with men. Her revulsion for sex originated in an extremely puritanical education. Her rejection of men did not impel her toward women, either; when a journalist accused her of being lesbian, in 1911, she challenged him to a duel. It seems that Madeleine Pelletier experienced a flush of attraction for her; it was quickly stifled.

54 Repudiated by the feminists, she was reduced to silence. It seems however that her masculine appearance was more the expression of a general 53. Cited by Christine Bard, Les Filles de Marianne, op. cit. 54. According to a police report cited by Christine Bard, Les Filles de Marianne, op. 197. 28 Breaking the Silence: Homosexuals and Public Opinion distaste for sexuality than any homosexual tendency. She rarely mentions sapphism and, in her utopian novel A New Life (1932), she even imagines a future when she could disappear.

René Allendy and Hella Lobstein’s Sexual Problems at School (1938), which is more a treatise on childhood and adolescent sexuality than a sex education manual, even if the advice with which it is so replete makes it fall into the rubric of this study. Homosexuality is granted a whole chapter (fifteen pages) in the traditional context of school friendships. While Allendy is 82. William Lee Howard, Confidential Chats with Boys, op. 95. 83. Dr Jean Pouÿ, Conseils à la jeunesse sur l’éducation sexuelle, op.

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