Free Love Act

  • created in 1855
  • was a social movement against marriage oppressing women
  • helped to establish a context for women having more rights within the domestic world
  • helped back up the idea of marriage, but only if women had more rights within it
  • allowed women to have a married life but also the opportunity to not be confined to one man.

Although this act is different than most reforms it also entitles women to more liberation. 

Victoria Woodhull and Mary Wollstonecraft were symbols of the Free Love Act.