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为什么日本政府正拼命试图说服公民做爱吗

发布时间:2018-09-19 文章编辑:admin

The land of the rising sun can be extremely confusing to foreigners, but one thing’;s for sure: you gotta hand it to the Japanese for being creative。 In the face of its worse demographic crisis to date –; 1 in 4 people are over 65 years old –; the government i****periment with all sorts of methods to boost birth rates。 Now, this might not surprise most of you, considering everywhere in the developed world people are getting married much later in life than our parents have。 For the Japanese, however, it’;s a sensibly different situation。 You see, it’;s not that they can’;t find jobs or resources that will make them feel safe to start a family –; the main problem the Japanese have is that they don’;t seem to enjoy *** that much anymore。 A quarter of the women in Japan think *** is “;bothersome”;, while 15% of men said they hung up the proverbial samurai sword stating they were no longer interested in *** after having children。 Well that’;s very pragmatic of them!

Japan today: one in four people are over 65 years old

n early modern Japan, thousands of ***ually explicit paintings, prints, and illustrated books with texts were produced, euphemistically called ‘spring pictures’ (shunga)。 Official life in this period was governed by strict Confucian laws, but private life was less controlled in practice。 Image: Sode no maki (Handscroll for the Sleeve), print artist Torii Kiyonaga, about 1785 (detail)。

In early modern Japan, thousands of ***ually explicit paintings, prints, and illustrated books with texts were produced, euphemistically called ‘spring pictures’ (shunga)。 Official life in this period was governed by strict Confucian laws, but private life was less controlled in practice。 Image: Sode no maki (Handscroll for the Sleeve), print artist Torii Kiyonaga, about 1785 (detail)。

According to Japanese officials,  by 2060 the population i****pected to go down by a third, and, by 2100, if the trend continues, by 61 percent。 Of course, developed nations all over the world are experiencing a similar situation。 People are marrying much later or not at all, birthrates are plummeting and single-occupant households are on the rise –; that’;s if they’;re not leaving with their parents at 30。 But while in most countries, this trend is dictated by economic considerations and a Peter Pan-ish lifestyle, Japan’;s problems seem to stem from a countrywide libido deficiency。 The Guardian reports 45% of Japanese women aged 16-24 are “;not interested in or despise ***ual contact”;, while a quarter of men feel the same way。 Millions of single Japanese under 40 aren’;t even bothering dating。 What’;s worse is that the *** drive is sharply declining。

Following WWII, Japan experienced a massive baby boom。 The number of babies born in the nation in 2012 fell by 13,705 from the previous year to hit a new low of 1,037,101 and while a total fertility rate of 2。0 children per woman will maintain the population at a stable level。 Japan’s rate has continued to fall since dropping below 2。0 in 1975。

Following WWII, Japan experienced a massive baby boom。 The number of babies born in the nation in 2012 fell by 13,705 from the previous year to hit a new low of 1,037,101 and while a total fertility rate of 2。0 children per woman will maintain the population at a stable level。 Japan’s rate has continued to fall since dropping below 2。0 in 1975。

A survey in 2011 found that 61% of unmarried men and 49% of women aged 18-34 were not in any kind of romantic relationship, a rise of almost 10% from five years earlier。 Another study found that a third of people under 30 had never dated at all。

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