|The whole being of sufficient thickness
When the female stands erect
To conceal those parts usually covered
From familiar view;
But when she stoops or places herself
In any other attitudes
This Battery of Venus is not altogether impervious
To the penetrating eye of the amorite.
--Captain William Clark, observing the revealing nature of the attire worn by the ladies of the Wahkiakum tribe of the Pacific Northwest (ca. November, 1805).
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