Downton Abbey enthusiast, Evangeline Holland, has been compiling an extensive blog on Edwardian history, fashion, and comportment since 2007.
Links here: http://www.edwardianpromenade.com/tag/1910s/
From The Ladies’ Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness, by Florence Hartley (originally published in 1872)
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From a 1978 article by Carol Bacchi:
The purity problem seems to have been the main issue over which the suffragists displayed sex antagonism, uniting in a sisterhood of sorts against the men. It angered them that the prostitute consistently played the villain while the man got off with a nominal fine.