Reforming Sex: The German Movement for Birth Control and Abortion Reform, 1920-1950

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Oxford University Press, 1995 - 304
Reforming Sex takes on questions of international context and comparison as well as continuity and discontinuity in twentieth century German history in a manner that other studies have not. The book follows Weimar sex reformers into the Third Reich, to exile around the world, and into both the Eastern and Western zones of postwar Germany. It demonstrates how deeply rooted eugenics ideology and American and Bolshevik models of modernity were in the Weimar movement. It also examines the drastic rupture between sex reform notions of social health and National Socialist population policy. The story of German sex reform provides a new perspective on post-World War II family planning programs; it sheds light on the long and lively background to current controversies about abortion, the role of doctors and the state in determining women's right to control their own bodies, and the possibilities for reforming and transforming sexual relations between men and women.

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New Women and Families in the New Germany
Dont Abort The Medicalization and Politicization of Sexuality
The Administration of Sex Reform
Abortion and the 1931 Campaign Against Paragraph 218
Sex Reform and the Crisis of the Republic 1931 to 1933
Gleichschaltung and the Destruction of the Sex Reform Movement
7 Weimar Sex Reform in Exile
Abortion and Birth Control in Postwar Germany
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Atina Grossmann is at Columbia University.

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