POINT BARROW (North American Natives)
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According to Murdock (1892:419), promiscuous sexual intercourse between married or unmarried people or even among children appears to be looked upon simply as matter for amusement.
D. F., Growing Up Sexually.
Last revised: Sept 2004
 Murdock, J. (1892) Ethnological Results of the Point Barrow Expedition. 9th Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology. Cited by Parsons, E. C. (1906) The