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    Sex in China

    What do think about Sex Education??
    come to see more information about SEX in China at China In a Nutshell

    Li Fang Wei
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    I heard that in China youth now open and thinking easily about sex before marriage. Nowaday alot of girl goto hospital to abortion, just because they have not learn from school or family. They must learn it from school from 10-13 year old.

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    I think sex education is very, very important !!! I will check out that site. I saw an article on Li Li the other day, she has a very lax, attitude--maybe a little too lax, but I think I like what she may be doing for sex in China.

    I'll ask a little bit about it from the Chinese students I teach here at Matsumoto University, in Matsumoto Japan.

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    "Nani ga okashin desu?!" CBC Guy's Avatar
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    The situation of sex in China is kind of in between the west and Japan. While China is fairly traditional and a little "prudish" at times, like Japan there was a tradition of enjoying sex and many Chinese in the old days were quite open, shall we say.

    The Communists made it so that sex was only to have children, but you can't keep 1.3 billion people down for long! Now that China is modernizing, people are starting to loosen up. Girls (in the big cities anyways) are starting to wear miniskirts and tank tops in the summer.

    Unlike the West, sex was never actively frowned upon in Traditional China. In old China it was natural and expected, and an important part of keeping one's "Qi" (body energy, internal yin and yang) balanced.
    'Watashi no Nihongo wa son-na ni heta desu ka?!?!"

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