Why this country is going through a ‘virginity crisis’

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A quarter of adults under the age of 40 in Japan have never had sex.

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A new study has found that the proportion of 30-something adults in Japan who have never had heterosexual intercourse is on the rise.

The data comes from Japan’s National Fertility Survey, which is conducted every five years and published in the BMC Public Helath. “Although the discussion around cause and effect becomes very complex when considering who becomes sexually experienced and who remains a virgin, we show that heterosexual inexperience is at least partly a socio-economic issue for men. Simply put, money talks,” said Cyrus Ghaznavi, the lead author of the study.But for Japanese women it’s a different story — they’re less likely to be virgins if they make less money. The researchers said this may be because they are married homemakers.

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