1. Wife Swap:
The Australian Aborigines temporarily exchange wives as a gesture of friendship and goodwill at the ceremonies where puberty rites are held for their kids. The wives often initiate this, enjoying the change of ”scenery” as well.
2. Bisexuality is more the rule, not the exception:
Homosexual relationships are an accepted practice among the men and boys of the Siwans of Africa. The few who do not participate are considered peculiar.
3. It’s OK to watch:
Lesu children are premitted to watch adults, other than their parents, copulate.
4. No Virgins over 10:
The Ila people of Africa encourage their children to fully develop their sexual capabilities, permitting them any form of sexual expression they wish to partake in. It is claimed there are no virgins older than age 10 in this society!
5. Knowledge is power:
Upon reaching puberty, boys of Mangaia (one of the Cook Islands) are given sexual instruction – including many details of positioning, and delaying their own satisfaction so that their partner women may experience multiple orgasms.
6. Why wait for marriage?
In a survey in 1949 of 849 societies, 75 percent were found to permit premarital intercourse.
7. Experience preferred:
Some Hindu sects require a priest to deflower a virgin before she consummates her marriage with her husband.
8. If one is good, two is better:
The most common universal form of marriage is actually Polygamy – one husband with two or more wives. Of those 849 societies, 70 percent are polygamous. Conversely, polyandry, defined as a wife with two or more husbands is the least common form of marriage.
9. Keep it simple:
The Aweikoma of Brazil are a very literal people, as eating and intercourse each involve entering bodily orifices, they use the same term for both activities.
10. Speak up
The inhabitants of Bali and the Lepcha of Sikkim have no elaborate rituals or practices of seduction. If sex is desired, one only need ask for it – this is true for both men and women.
11. You break it, you buy it
If a Goajiro woman of Colombia successfully trips a man during a ceremonial dance, he is required to have intercourse with her.
12. Three’s a charm:
Pacific-dwelling Marquesan men have acquired the ability to prolong their erections indefinitely until their partner is fully satisfied. It is considered normal for the women to experience at least 3 orgasms.
13. Sisterly love:
During the latter stages of a Hidatsa woman’s pregnancy, her husband is allowed intercourse with her sister.
14. Endless love:
It’s not uncommon for the Aranda of Australia to copulate three to five times nightly, sleeping for short intervals in between activity.
15. All bets are off
Anytime there is a show of blood from the uterus (during menses or after birth) a Jewish woman must not engage in sex with her husband. There are laws of family purity that say when and when not to engage in sex. During pregnancy, however, is the one time in a Jewish woman’s life when it is permissible to have sex all the time. This explains a Jewish man smile when he says, “My wife is pregnant.”