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In Japan, not much is happening between the sheets in many marriages. And it’s not necessarily that different for single people, either.According to a recent government survey on attitudes toward sex and marriage, one in four unmarried Japanese men has never ever had sex.
Japan's birth rate is extremely low, so every five years the government conducts a survey on attitudes toward sex and marriage. And the latest statistics suggest that it's unlikely the birth rate will go up. It turns out that lots of Japanese aren’t even having sex.
Modern technology, with ultrasound and pre-natal screening, makes it easier for parents to selectively terminate a pregnancy based on gender. In countries like China and India, but also in places like Vietnam, Korea, Georgia, and Albania, sex selection is on the rise.Mara Hvistendahl is the Be