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Stella Browne: writings

A few of her very scattered published papers.

Her first published statement on the necessity for the legalisation of abortion, 1915

The Sexual Variety and Variability of Women 1915/1917

The Work of Margaret Sanger: Birth Control in America 1917

Women and Birth Control 1917

Women and the Race 1917

A New Psychological Society 1917
(The British Society for the Study of Sex Psychology)

Ginger 1918
A rather different aspect of Stella

Havelock Ellis: His View of Women's Nature and Position 1919

Liberty and Democracy (on Edward Carpenter) 1921 (PDF 2.89MB)

The 'Women's Question' 1922

Women Workers Who Think 1922

>The Feminine Aspect of Birth Control, 5th International Neo-Malthusian and Birth Control Conference, 1922 (PDF 2,71MB)

Mr Wheatley's Reply - And Ours 1924

The Right to Abortion, World League for Sexual Reform Congress, 1929 (PDF 1.70MB)

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