The Men and Women's Club was a debating society founded by Karl Pearson to discuss relations between the sexes, such as marriage, sexuality, friendship, and prostitution. It was composed of middle-class London radical thinkers. It was intellectually adventurous for its time. It treated heterosexuality as normative. It met from 1885 to 1889, and the records of its meetings are now part of the Pearson collection at University College London.
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