Led by prominent Oberlin women, the Oberlin Female Reform Society addressed injustice within the bounds of what was considered respectable women’s work. They questioned the blame heaped upon women for their abuses at the hands of immoral men and promoted the idea that female virtues, like modesty and restraint, should act as moral benchmarks for men as well as women.
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