In George Orwell's novel1984, an organization for young people that advocated complete celibacy for both sexes. The Party intends to abolish the institution of the family, so all children will be the products of artificial insemination and grow up in public institutions. Members wear red sashes around their waists. Julia, Winston Smith's lover, is a member of the Junior Anti-Sex League, though she does not share their ideals.
an origami "fortune-teller" device made out of paper - a favorite among girls around 6th grade or so, but popular with all ages and genders.
To make a cootie-catcher, fold a paper square to form four "pyramids". The player opens and closes the pyramids with their index fingers and thumb, revealing different things (usually numbers or colors) on the inside surfaces.
The person who is having their "fortune" told chooses once, twice, or three times, and then the paper is unfolded to reveal a "fortune"