Growing Up Sexually



POINT BARROW (North American Natives)


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See also: North-America Non-Natives



According to Murdock (1892:419)[1][190], promiscuous sexual intercourse between married or unmarried people or even among children appears to be looked upon simply as matter for amusement.











Janssen, D. F., Growing Up Sexually. VolumeI. World Reference Atlas. 0.2 ed. 2004. Berlin: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology

Last revised: Sept 2004


[1][190] 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 Family. New York & London: Putman, p124