Question: What was the bundling customs of the Amish?

Traditionally, participants were adolescents, with a boy staying at the residence of the girl. They were given separate blankets by the girls parents and expected to talk to one another through the night. Occasionally a bundling board or bundling sack was placed between the boy and girl to discourage sexual conduct.

What is the ancient custom of bundling?

Historically, bundling was a courtship practice in which, as a part of an ongoing courtship process, a couple spent a night together, usually in bed, dressed or half dressed. During the night, the young couple got to know each other intimately and sexually through various kinds of stimulation and mutual gratification.

What is a 51 modifier?

Modifier 51 Multiple Procedures indicates that multiple procedures were performed at the same session. It applies to: Different procedures performed at the same session. A single procedure performed multiple times at different sites. A single procedure performed multiple times at the same site.

Whats the difference between Amish and Hutterites?

Often compared to Amish or Mennonites, Hutterites are a communal people belonging to a peace-driven Anabaptist sect that lives by the principle of non-resistance, the practice of not resisting authority even when it is unjust. Faith, family and hard work make up the core values of the Hutterites.

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