Here in the U.S., sex is a common topic in media and in everyday conversation. But in parts of the Middle East, sex is talked about in very different ways. These differences have led to some misconceptions in the West about how sexuality is expressed in predominantly Muslim countries. Dr.
Japan has one of the lowest birth rates in the world. Thus, every five years, the Japanese government conducts a study on attitudes toward sex and marriage.Recent findings suggest that the birth rate will probably continue to plummet. The reason?
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.
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Frank Schaeffer has written extensively -- and critically -- on the role of evangelicalism in American life. His late father, Francis, played an instrumental part in the rise of conservative Christianity.