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National Dress

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National Dress

Once upon a time the National Dress for women in Mexico was said to be a Maternity Dress.

Well, according to a report by the National Population Council –
“Mexico’s successful birth control program, wrought by an unswerving national crusade launched in 1974, has achieved a little-discussed but immensely significant drop in population growth. Whereas women gave birth to an average of seven children in 1965, the average now is 2.5 children. Put another way, if the birthrate had stayed at 1970 levels, there would have been 5.9 million births in Mexico last year. Instead, there were only 2.2 million. ”
Wonder what the Pope thinks about that ?

BTW Guys ! It’s considered bad taste, or low class, to to go about bare chested, a block from the beach OK.