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Spinler (1977:p444) noted: “Children receive little instruction about sex- but they need little since its natural manifestations are apparent in the close quarters of a shack or hut. Masturbation is rather casually discouraged”.
D. F., Growing Up Sexually.
Last revised: Sept 2004
 Spinler, G. (1977) The Menominee, in Spindler, G. & Spindler, L.
(Eds.) Native North American Cultures.