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Well, the Suffragettes absolutely repudiate that double standard of morals.

"She dreads a double standard," you explained to me with generous heat.

By the resolution of 15th December 1806, a double standard was adopted.

This double standard of international justice he must find disturbing.

The double standard of morality for the sexes must gradually be abolished.

And no opposition was expressed in either the House of Representatives or the Senate to the abolition of the double standard.

The existence of this double standard seems to drive the poor girls half frantic.

If parents believe in the double standard of morals, that the boy must sow his wild oats, most likely he will.

Owing to the double standard of morals it is certainly a blessing to the world that this is true.

This double standard of morals originated among the savage races who owned their wives and daughters.