GROS VENTRE (North-American Natives)
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The belief that coitus would bring about menarche was also noted by Flannery (1953:p127, cited by Paige and Paige, 1981:p81).
D. F., Growing Up Sexually.
Last revised: Sept 2004
 Flannery, R. (1953) The Gros Ventre of