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  • 42% - 44% of single 18 to 34 year old Japanese are virgins

    At least forty per cent of young single people in Japan are virgins. A new study that highlights concerns about the country's demographic challenges says Japan already suffers from the world's oldest population combined with a shrinking birthrate.

    A survey of unmarried people aged 18 to 34 found that around 42 per cent of men, and 44.2 per cent of single women had never had sex ... read more

  • #2
    Wow, it`s quite big no of people. I was shocked with the article as well as I admit the situation.
    Recently in Japan, young generation seems like have lots of issues, I have heard that, even though, they have boyfriend or girlfriend, many young generation doesn`t have any sexual relationship.

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    • #3
      Well, some of my Japanese friends are also in that group.
      They are quite cute and nice people, however they might have high expectation for guys.
      One of them are really love Korean drama, also she loves Korean singers as well.
      They are celebrities, so good looking, and have nice attractive body with nice cloths.
      Unfortunately, in real world, not so many people are like celebrities. So, they can`t find boyfriend.


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      • #4
        Having high standards is fine but yeah, not everyone can be "drop dead gorgeous".

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        • #5
          Not everyone can be handsome or cute. It's a shame but people are naturally attracted to the good looking ones since it's part of Human Nature.

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          • #6
            It's interesting though, because "beautiful", in some ways, is very subjective. Just look at the main beauty standards in different countries. In Japan, pale skin is desired; in the West, many countries consider tanned skin to be preferable. I don't think the problem, so to speak, is just about finding a beautiful person. As the article said, there are various other economic and social forces at work - a stable income is more attractive for some women than looks. A husband might not even be seen for most hours of the day as he's at work. A wife will spend far more time with the children.
            I'm not sure how it ties in, but there was quite a bit of talk a while ago about "herbivore" men, or men who are too shy or uninterested in relationships/sex. This isn't a new phenomenon, but more of a continuing trend.

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