- A three-year national survey found that younger Chinese people are less interested in sex compared to their parents’ generation.
- The report found a growing acceptance of homosexuality as well as prematiral sex among the younger demographic.
- The report suggests that the increasing prevalence of video games, pet ownership and other sources of entertainment may contribute to a decreasing interest.
- Intense work schedules and the pressure of having children may also explain decreased sexual desires.
China’s younger population is having less sex than their parents’ generation, according to a three-year national survey published in early August.
The report, titled “Sexuality in China: A review and new findings,” was published on Aug. 3 and written by Jia Yu, Weixiang Luo and Yu Xie. Conducted by a team of demographers and sociologists from China’s top universities, the survey included 6,828 participants.
- Singapore is set to repeal Section 377A of its penal code, a colonial-era law that criminalizes sex between men.
- Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced the long-awaited move on Sunday, saying he hopes it provides “some relief to gay Singaporeans.”
- While the repeal was planned and expected, Lee assured the public that “we will uphold and safeguard the institution of marriage,” which remains reserved for opposite-sex couples.
- Members of the local LGBTQ-plus community generally welcomed the repeal, but some believe more needs to be done to achieve full equality.
Men in Singapore can soon legally have sex with other men as the Southeast Asian city-state announces its plan to repeal a colonial era law criminalizing the act.
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced the long-awaited move in his National Day Rally speech on Sunday, saying he hopes it provides “some relief to gay Singaporeans.”
Canada’s chief medical officer advised people to wear a mask if they plan to have sex with new partners during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Theresa Tam made the remarks in a statement released on Wednesday when she talked about some of the ways to keep safe while having sex during a pandemic, according to Reuters.
A significant number of college students in Shanghai have claimed to be virgins, with many saying they have never even kissed yet, a recent survey has revealed.
In the study conducted by the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, nearly 2,000 local teenagers were interviewed about their attitudes to sex, Shanghaiist reports.
About 1 in 4 young adults in Japan are not having sex, a recent study has found.
The study, conducted by researchers from the University of Tokyo, examined data on heterosexual inexperience of Japanese adults between the ages of 18 and 39, from seven rounds of the National Fertility Survey of Japan between 1987 and 2015.
A man in Singapore who chose to ignore police warnings against credit-for-sex scams fell victim to a scam just a few minutes later.
Such scams are currently on the rise in the country, with 533 cases reported last year — 28.7% higher than the 414 recorded in 2017.
A third K-pop idol announced his exit from the industry this week amid a spiraling scandal that began from the exposé of an alleged prostitution scheme and spy porn sharing in group conversations.
In an Instagram post on Thursday, Yong Jun-hyung, 29, confessed that he had watched a video of fellow star Jung Joon-young, who previously admitted to filming himself having sex with women without their consent.
A million dollar ladies’ club in Shanghai was raided by authorities after news of an escort that received 28 luxurious gifts for his 28th birthday went viral on Chinese social media.
The expensive private ladies’ club, Perfect Space, was shut down by the police on Saturday, according to an officer from the neighborhood’s station, South China Morning Post reported.
A company in China that manufactures a viagra-like drug saw its stocks increase sharply after publishing a report that 140 million men in the country are suffering from erectile dysfunction.
The drug maker, Hebei Changshan Biochemical Pharmaceutical, announced on Tuesday that its subsidiary firm in Jiangsu province has been licensed to produce sildenafil citrate, the active ingredient in Viagra.
A Spanish/French man who goes by the name “Sami” online has been accused of spreading AIDS in China.
The self-proclaimed “internet celebrity” and “super laowai” bragged about the Chinese beauties that would throw themselves at him with sex proposals via texts. All was going well for the 31-year-old vlogger until a woman who had a one night stand with him accused him of giving her AIDs, according to Apple Daily.
Aleexandra Kefren, an aspiring model who went viral after planning to sell her virginity, says that it was all her agency’s publicity stunt to lure women into a much darker business.
Kefren auctioned off her virginity in March 2017 through Cinderella Escorts, which then claimed that over 300 girls tapped them for the same reason.
This article was originally published on Rice Media and reposted with permission. The views expressed in this piece are solely the author’s.
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