A Bulgarian sample of children’s erotic folklore was collected by Badalanova (1993, 1995, 1996). For a note on formal sexual education, see Grassel and Bach (1979:p296-7). “After the baby has arrived the children are told that the stork has brought a little brother or sister to them through the chimney and they are very glad about it”, was the way a proud father phrased the matter in the course of our conversation about the arrival of his son” (Sanders, 1949:p31). Premarital liberties are very few (p83, 147).
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