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Lifestyle: Japanese Youth ‘Not Having Sex’….Sending Country’s Population Plunging

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According to a new research Japan’s youth seem to have gone off sex, with data showing that 43 percent of 18 to 34-year-olds say they’ve never had sex, while 64 percent of the same age group are not in any relationship.As a result Japan is facing a steep population decline as a growing number of youngsters abstain from sex and avoid romantic relationships.

Some men claimed they “find women scary” as a poll found that around 31% of people aged 18 to 34 from the island nation say they are virgins. A nationwide survey earlier this year revealed that nearly a quarter of Japanese men at the age of 50 are yet to marry.When a Japanese lady was recently asked about the research, she said thought men “cannot be bothered” to ask the opposite sex on dates because it was easier to watch internet porn. The number of births dropped below one million in Japan for the first time last year, according to the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare.Japan’s National Institute of Population and Social Security Research predicts that the country’s current population of 127 million will decline by nearly 40 million by 2065. The fertility crisis has left politicians scratching their heads as to why youngsters are not having more sex.

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The report from the National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, also found one in seven Japanese women aged 50 were yet to be married. The growing trend was attributed to less social pressure to marry as well as financial worries. The institute said the number of single Japanese people will likely rise, as another survey shows more young people have no intention of getting married in the future.Photo Credit: Getty

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