No Sex Generation – Japan’s male teens and even married couples aren’t interested

One-third of Japanese men aged 16 to 19 were uninterested in or even averse to sex as of last year, doubling from 2008, a government survey showed Wednesday.The survey, conducted in September, also showed more married couples were also found sexless than before, with more than 40 percent saying they had no sex in the past month.The last survey was conducted by a research group of the Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry to study peoples views on lifestyle. It is based on replies provided by 671 men and 869 women aged 16 to 49 in interviews."The survey result confirmed that young men have become herbivorous," said Kunio Kitamura, head of the Clinic of the Japan Family Planning Association who took part in the survey, using the term used increasingly in Japan to describe young males who are shy and passive in relationships with women.According to the ministry, 35.1 percent of men aged 16 to 19 said they are uninterested in or averse to sex, surging from 17.5 percent in the previous poll in 2008.

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