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#1. There are scores of thousands of women who are denominated prostitutes, and who are supported by hundreds of thousands of men who should, for like reasons, also be denominated prostitutes, since what will change a woman into a prostitute must also necessarily change a man into the same. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#2. All that is good and commendable now existing would continue to exist if all marriage laws were repealed tomorrow ... - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#3. My opinions and principles are subjects of just criticism. I put myself before the public voluntarily. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#4. Hundreds, thousands, aye, millions of human beings, men, women and children, wander the streets of our cities and the highways of our country, hungry, ragged and cold, vainly seeking in this land of plenty, where physical want should be unknown. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#5. I was divorced from Dr. Woodhull for reasons which to me were sufficient, but I was never his enemy. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#6. Women have every right; they just have to excercise them. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#7. When I first saw the light of day on this planet, it seemed as if I had been rudely awakened from a death-like sleep. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#8. You are all aware that my private life has been pictured to the public by the press of the country with the intent to make people believe me to be a very bad woman. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#9. The will of the entire people is the true basis of republican government, and a free expression ... by the public vote of all citizens, without distinctions of race, color, occupation, or sex, is the only means by which that will can be ascertained. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#10. I would like above any other place to go to Hartford. I want to face the conservatism there centered and compel it into decency. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#11. My judges preach against free love openly, practice it secretly. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#12. I offer you the remedy of Free Love as an antidote for enforced lust, and the world will have to take it before the disease can be cured. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#13. The American nation, in its march onward and upward, can not publicly choke the intellectual and political activity of half its citizens by narrow statutes. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#14. I believed that a husband must necessarily be an angel, impossible of corruption or contamination. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#15. If women would today would rise en masse and demand their emancipation, the men would be compelled to grant it. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#16. Every woman knows that if she were free, she would never bear an unwished-for child nor think of murdering one before its birth. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#17. No man who respects his mother or loves his sister, can speak disparagingly of any woman; however low she may seem to have sunk, she is still a woman. I want every man to remember this. Every woman is, or, at some time, has been a sister or daughter ... - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#18. I boldly entered the arena of business and exercised the rights I already possessed. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#19. I am a free lover. I have an inalienable, constitutional and natural right to love whom I may, to love as long or short a period as I can; to change that love every day if I please. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#20. Woman, no less than man, can qualify herself for the more onerous occupations of life. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#21. To go behind a man's hall-door is mean, cowardly, unfair opposition. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#22. Is it fair to treat a woman worse than a man, and then revile her because she is a woman? - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#23. There are none so ignorant but they may be taught. So, too, are there none so unfortunate in their understanding of the true and high relation of the sexes as not to be amenable to the right kind of instruction. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#24. Women have no government. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#25. I went with my husband and an innocent child to California. I went to a theatrical manager and asked him to allow me to earn money enough on the stage to buy our tickets home. He did. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#26. It is not great wealth in a few individuals that proves a country is prosperous, but great general wealth evenly distributed among the people ... - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#27. So after all I am a very promiscuous free lover. I want the love of you all, promiscuously. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#28. I shall make it my business to take my chances in the matter of libel suits. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#29. I ask the rights to pursue happiness by having a voice in that government to which I am accountable. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#30. By what right do you refuse to accept the vote of a citizen of the United States? - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#31. The uses of government should be to foster, protect and promote the possession of equality. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#32. It must always be remembered that you can never do right until you are first free to do wrong; since the doing of a thing under compulsion is evidence neither of good nor bad intent; and if under compulsion, who shall decide what would be the substituted rule of action under full freedom? - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#33. One of the charges made against me is that I lived in the same house with my former husband, Dr. Woodhull, and my present husband, Col. Blood. The fact is a fact. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#34. I and others of my sex find ourselves controlled by a form of government in the inauguration of which we had no voice. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#35. I supposed that to marry was to be transported to a heaven not only of happiness but of purity and perfection. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#36. There is something wrong with a government that makes women the legal property of their husbands. The whole system needs changing, but men will never make the changes. They have too much to lose. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#37. I now announce myself as candidate for the Presidency. I anticipate criticism; but however unfavorable I trust that my sincerity will not be called into question. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#38. I believe in Spiritualism; I advocate free love in the highest, purest sense, as the only cure for the damnation by which men corrupt God's most holy institution of sexual relations. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#39. Political matters are developing so fast that we must not let a single thing slip without use. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#40. Woman's ability to earn money is better protection against the tyranny and brutality of men than her ability to vote. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#41. The women of the country have the power in their own hands, in spite of the law and the government being altogether of the male order. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#42. Denounce me for advocating freedom if you can, and I will bear your curse with a better resignation. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#43. I imagined that the priestly ceremony was perfect sanctification, and that the sin of sins was for either husband or wife to be false to that relation. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#44. I know that my companions from the moment of birth were heaven's choicest souls. I grew side by side with them, in fact all the education and inspiration came over them. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#45. I endeavor to make the most of everything. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#46. The spirits are coming back to tear your damned system of sexual slavery into tatters and consign its blackened remnants to the depth of everlasting hell. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#47. It is extremely unfortunate that an editor's own life and practice should be notoriously at variance with his written principles. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#48. Suffrage is a common right of citizenship. Women have the right of suffrage. Logically it cannot be escaped. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#49. All talk of women's rights is moonshine. Women have every right. They have only to exercise them. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#50. When I found I had given birth to a human wreckage, to a child that was an imbecile, my heart was broken. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#51. I do not intend to be made the scapegoat of sacrifice, to be offered up as a victim to society. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#52. Love is that which exists to do good, not merely to get good ... - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#53. For a woman to consider a financial question was shuddered over as a profanity. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#54. It makes no difference who or what you are, old or young, black or white, pagan, Jew, or Christian, I want to love you all and be loved by you all, and I mean to have your love. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#55. While others prayed for the good time coming, I worked for it. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#56. Let women issue a declaration of independence sexually, and absolutely refuse to cohabit with men until they are acknowledged as equals in everything, and the victory would be won in a single week. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#57. I do not assume to speak for anyone. I know I speak in direct opposition to the wishes of many by whom I am surrounded. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#58. The sin of all time has been the exercise of assumed powers. This is the essence of tyranny. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#59. The wife who submits to sexual intercourse against her wishes or desires, virtually commits suicide; while the husband who compels it, commits murder. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#60. I do not shake hands from a sanitary standpoint. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#61. Rude contact with facts chased my visions and dreams quickly away, and in their stead I beheld the horrors, the corruption, the evils and hypocrisy of society, and as I stood among them, a young wife, a great wail of agony went out from my soul. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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#62. Strike as much and as hard as you please, only don't do it in the dark so that I cannot know who is my enemy. - Author: Victoria Woodhull
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