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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Victorian Era Marriages Men Females Roles Cites Females are regarded as objects; for bearing children and, in the case of mothers, comfort. Some women didn't care about how marriage was influenced, because of lack of education and social norms. Rapes and beating of women were legal, having to endure what their spouses did to them. Led a double life, especially when they got married, often leaving the city All of a families wealth and status became theirs. Men worked while their wives stayed at home. in which they lived to do things outside of their place of origin's social norms. They were the only ones allowed to be educated. Reflection "Historical Analysis: Women as the "the Sex" During the Victorian Era." Historical Analysis: Women as the "the Sex" During the Victorian Era. Web. 24 Feb. 2016. Appell, Felicia. "Victorian Ideals." Victorian Ideals. McKendree University. Web. 24 Feb. 2016. I have learned many things from my research. I've learned that women were not used for only social status. They were used because they let themselves be used. I also learned from my research that women and men in the lower class did marry out of love more than the upper classes because there was no social pressures on them. Without these external pressures of status and monetary wealth, these well-endowed aristocrats could've lived happier, and more knowledge wealthy lives than these men and women did in the 19th century.
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