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The Secret Life from the August 18, issue To the Editors: I have rarely seen a single sentence more heavily laden with untruth than that devoted to W. The first consisted of those who had been forced into the profession by want and who could be considered involuntary prostitutes; the second consisted of women who, however they might have entered the profession in the first place, had come to find it disagreeable and who wished to escape from it.
He made these patrols after the House of Commons had risen, and worked them into his walk home. This was a good time to do the job from his point of view because a prostitutes are, in the main, of nocturnal habit, b the House of Commons generally rose at a time when business was falling off and the prostitutes on the streets would be largely girls and women who had failed to find clients during the evening, and who would in some cases have no money with which to buy shelter or food.
If the prostitute found any of this attractive, Gladstone would escort her to his home where she would spend the night under Mrs. If she so wished, she would be taken to the hostel on the following day, and she would remain there until the promised job was found for her. When it was, she was given a complete outfit of new clothing and sent off to make a fresh start in life with a reasonable chance of success.
He has also misrepresented their tone. It may also be said that Gladstone did not harbor any vengeful or punitive feelings for those girls who a went straight back to the streets after having had a good supper and breakfast and a night under cover in his home, b went back to whoring after having had a good rest and medical assistance in his hostel.
There is evidence that he often encountered backsliders who had followed these courses, and that when he did he refrained from rebuking them or scolding them, simply renewing his original offer, and leaving it up to them to take it or leave it and to make what use of it they wished. As Professor Crews is probably aware, it was a part of the sinister sexual mythology of Victorian England that venereal diseases could be cured by intercourse with a virgin.