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Sex in Japan

Sorry, no tentacle porn here! πŸ™πŸ¦‘

Let’s get the elephant out of the room: Sex is fantastic. You love it; so does the whole world, including your family. Humans are alive because of having sex. It’s a natural thing that humans and animals do to reproduce offspring. We just also happen to be the only species who abuse something so sacred.

Around the world, sex has become a commodity, a topic you see every day in social media posts and advertisements while still being considered taboo. But in Japan, sex is an essential freedom citizen gets to enjoy. People want to be free to be whoever they want and to enjoy the pleasures of life. Sex in Japan is declining rapidly during the past few years, but for centuries, sexuality in Japan has been a topic of discussion and intrigue. If you didn’t know already, sex in Japan is strange.

In Japan, you can visit maid cafΓ©s and cuddle lounges that are marketed as anything but sexual. There’s also the extreme side like bukkake, a sex act, and genre of pornography where a group of masturbating men encircle a woman and ejaculate on her. The point is, sex in Japan is different, and there’s a lot to learn about Japanese culture and their mentality. Are you sure you’re ready to #takeawalk on the wild side? πŸ”ž

Unto the breach, dear friends! πŸ˜³πŸ™ˆ

Japanese sexuality πŸ’

Women aren’t interested in sex anymore; they’re just more focused on their careers. In most countries, if a woman gets pregnant, they can have maternity leave and return to work once they’ve recovered. In Japan, during maternity leave, women are susceptible to being replaced. Competition is rough in Japan and women to compete to be the best in a salary man’s world.

Japanese men lose interest in sex once they consider the amount of time and money are needed to invest in building a family. For many Japanese men, it’s more feasible to masturbate for ten minutes with a fleshlight. You don’t have to spend time developing a relationship, wasting money, effort, patience, and emotional drama.

Apart from the fact that most Japanese men are shy and don’t know how to communicate with women. Women as well find it very difficult to communicate with the traditional Japanese MAN-tality (You see what I did there?). Men aren’t confident and would instead work and play video games all day than develop meaningful relationships with the opposite sex.

DID YOU KNOW?

In Japanese folklore, the tanuki has many special powers like the ability to shapeshift or talk in different languages. They are known to be mischievous animals causing trouble for villagers since ancient times by playing pranks on them.

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The tanookis are Japanese raccoons. In paintings, Tanukis appear with large testicles representing fertility. 🦝

Consequences of no sex πŸ†πŸš«

Some consequences come with having the majority of the population, not reproducing children. For starters, the majority of young adults live outside of the major cities of Japan. Once they graduate and can find a job in the town, they leave their homes and elderly parents in rural Japan. Houses are being abandoned, and fewer Japanese is able to take care of the elderly.

With no children, who will rebuild a population? The Japanese government is asking foreigners to come and help repopulate their country. With fewer people having children, more men are interested in releasing their urges through masturbation. The word masturbate is taboo across the world. It’s frowned upon and isn’t discussed as openly.

People consider sexuality to be a bad thing, but it’s not. We are sexual beings, and to repress our own urges damages ourselves physically and mentally. The abuse of masturbation is what causes relationships to fail. Men and women lose interest in their partner, in engaging in physical contact and instead enjoy quality time by themselves.

Just as with anything in this world, moderation is key to maintaining a healthy balanced life. As humans, we need to accept the fact that sex is ok, that it feels great, and we shouldn’t feel ashamed to talk about our sexuality. Sex shops in Japan are open 24/7 for those open-minded individuals willing to explore their bodies and release a little tension. πŸ’¦

Sex toys and shops in Japan πŸ†πŸ‘

I was walking in the streets of Suidobashi one night when a neon sign that read “MOVIES, DVD, BOOKS.” Of course, to my interest and innocent mind, I decided to #takeawalk inside upstairs to the second floor where the store was. The first thing you notice walking in is the counter with piles of fleshlights for one thousand yen (ten USD).

Another sex shop I discovered was in the Don Quijote in Akihabara. As I began to walk the elevators leading to the upper floors, I noticed a section dedicated to sexual objects. In the name of science, I took the risk and came to share with you my discoveries. View the following video below to see a 2-minute tour inside a sex shop in Japan!

Testing dildos on display, but some weren’t working. πŸ”‹πŸ†

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Lots of sex toys like fleshlights, dildos, strap-ons, eatable underwear, sex dolls – you name it! Pick your poison. πŸ’€β€οΈ

BE GOOD TO YOURSELVES!

Tanuki Mario 🦝

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