A survey by the Japanese Family Planning Association has also recently surfaced which raised more than a few alarms. The survey indicated that a significant percentage of Japanese women aged 16 to 24 despise the idea of sexual contact and would rather not sit idly by and create babies as they were intended to by nature. Even the act of touching in public can be considered by these women to be inappropriate and undesirable behavior within their culture of harmony.
Alongside these news is the commonly cited societal fact that Japanese women are expected to marry men above their social standing as to avoid bringing shame to their family (which can potentially lead to committing ritualistic suicide). An interesting fact is that arranged marriages still exists in Japan, and as such loveless marriages and relationships can happen. It’s important to remember that when we don’t take the feelings of the people involved and are simply pushing people to create children for the sake of propagating a race/country we’re not creating a safe environment for raising children whose opinion of sex (which is used in creating babies) is a positive one. But, again Japanese culture is very deep rooted in its traditions.
An interesting cultural aspect of Japan is also that once the woman becomes a mother she is seen as a relative rather than a partner. This leads couple to cheat on each other as they can no longer view themselves as they once did. If a marriage also fails to produce children as quickly as they would like it can drive couples into the arm of other more fertile men/women. Children especially girls can grow up having very low opinion of their cheating parents and would rather not put themselves in a situation where they could be victims of such behaviors.
Perhaps it is time for Japan to leave these customs and traditions in the past. New social reforms are needed at this time to ensure that children and future adults can have a healthy opinion of sex and all matters pertaining to healthy relationships. It’s clear that Japan can’t continue with the increasingly alarming decline in population lest it run out of young folks before it does of the older generations. Now is the time for Japan to open its doors to other cultures and become a more diverse country. The moment has come for men and women from other countries to flock to Japan and repopulate Japan with mixed children from all over the world!
Now before you all start packing your bags and preparing to move to Japan. There are a couple of things to remember about Japanese people.:
- First of all forget everything you learned from anime and manga, and remember that they are real people with likes and dislikes as well as emotions (no matter how cold and distant they might appear).
- You’re going to need to be a functional member of society if you want to make their family proud.
- At least have a college degree and functional knowledge of the Japanese language.
- Don’t act like a stereotypical fool.
- Tokyo is a regular place like any other, only instead of a naked cowboy they have things such as: fashion followers, naked cowboys, corn man, and grown men in anime doll masks .
- Don’t walk around in costume.
- Japanese people are likely to be embarrassed easily by even things that your country considers “normal”.
- Get used to being given the cold shoulder for odd reasons which wouldn’t happen in your home country.
- I can’t stress this enough everyone is different and that includes them, don’t believe the stereotypes.
These news are extremely alarming for Japan, a country whose largest demographic are aged 60 and above, and thus past the recommended age for child rearing. In a country that has been hit by several catastrophic events in such a small amount of time this could genuinely mean the end of an era, and the beginning of a new one. Japan has endured many things certainly it will endure running out of young people. No, this does not mean that old people should start having kids, they have enough issues as they are currently.
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