Like many Japanese women, Junko waited until her early 30s to get married. When she and her fiance, an employee of a well-known firm, decided to tie the knot, she set her sights on making a home, putting away some money and starting a family. Fifteen years later, Junko and her husband are childless. It is not that they cannot have children; it is just that they have never had sex. The sexless marriage is one of several reasons why experts fear Japan is on the verge of a demographic disaster.
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From NetEase :. Previously, the information published in the local recruitment ad for tea-leaf picking girls required that the girls have C-cup breasts and be virgins as well. After this information was released, it was reposted on various major discussion forums and caused a great deal of discussion. Comments from NetEase :. No wonder our leadership likes to drink this kind of tea so much! Big breasts, no brains. Maybe one day some company in some province will hire those with even bigger breasts to collect water.
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Because coloring books obviously aren't fulfilling their duties if they're not making you scream in horror. Not only does it include "equal amounts of both naked women and men," but there's also a tasteful game called "Find the Pussy. For when you graduate from coloring in rabbits of a forest nature There's no use lying: We know you're going to start working "titstacular" into your vocabulary.
This is the true story true story of fifteen virgins picked to have the most agonizing moments of their young lives broadcast to millions of fellow terrified young people who, like themselves, are intimidated unto paralysis by the idea of doing something incredibly athletic that cannot really be practiced beforehand, and involves offering a body they most likely hate, with and to someone whose opinion in that body they care about to some degree or another All while trying to synthesize the one million contradictory messages about sexuality, gender, power, respect, disease and control that society hands them each and every day. Is it gonna be awkward?