Are the Japanese sexually frustrated? I think so. Why do I say this? Sometimes I try to understand things escaping us, Westerners with our Western vision and our Western mentality. In a nutshell, we wanna know what is the Japanese sexuality culture, and why is Japanese culture so sexualized? I had been in Japan for less than 24 hours, and I was comfortably ensconced in my seat, in the shinkansen Japanese high-speed train from Kagoshima to Tokyo. A bit further, a Japanese woman was dozing, her head leaning against the window. An empty seat separated her from a Japanese guy wearing a suit.
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Everything started in a random club, where I met this nice and cute Japanese guy. We got along pretty well, as he has been studying in Canada for a couple of years so he spoke English fluently. He was interesting and fun, and I was definitely interested. The party went on as did the alcohol , and we end up kissing in a corner ; I am used to club hook-ups, so naturally I asked him if he wanted to finish the night together. Upon hearing that, my body was sexually frustrated, but my heart and brain were very impressed by his behavior, and it showed me he was interested in more than just sex. We exchanged contact information, and I left the club a bit shamefully, embarrassed by my failed proposition, and experiencing for the first time what guys experience on a regular basis I assume. First, let me say I was super stressed, because sadly? We eventually made it to the matsuri, and this is when things became very unusual for me.
Molestations and false accusations
Are you a herbivore or a carnivore? Commonly considered asexual, the herbivore is simply unconcerned with women outside of those in his family. The term was coined by Maki Fukasawa, a Japanese columnist, back in Now, nine years later, their numbers appear to be rising alarmingly, according to a new study. The Japan Family Planning Association interviewed 3, subjects about their sex lives both men and women. Nearly half of Japanese adults 'not having sex'.
There is an explanation for this. Marriages arranged by the family or friends such as o-miai are not unusual in Japan. Couples rarely live together before marriage, and the Japanese never have children without getting married first unless it's an accident , because the Japanese law still does not recognise fathers of children born outside wedlock. Divorce is still very widely frown upon. In other words, the law and one's family pushes people to get married, even if the family has to resort to an arranged marriage, but they won't let them divorce afterwards, even if things don't work out. To top it all, Japanese culture makes a clear distinction between a childless woman and a mother. Mothers are not seen by their husbands as sexually desirable anymore. Once a child is born the mother becomes like a relative, not a sexual partner anymore. This may explain why so many families only have one child. The difference between most Western countries and Japan is that Westerners would divorce or abstain if they were caught in a sexless relationship, while Japanese stay married and have extramarital affairs.