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Posted 2/27/16

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If I start a kickstarter, will you CR users help fund PV's Sexual Stimulation Program? If all things go to plan, Japan will be the most populous nation in 2050!


Only if I have dibs on the Onee-sans.
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I remembered reading Yahoo news few months ago that most Japanese male in 40's admit that they're virgins... I would think perhaps too many Anime, Video game, many others thing that keep us from wanting to have BF or GF? j/k



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Posted 2/28/16 , edited 2/28/16
Well, Japanese people are realizing just how much of a problem overpopulation is. But unfortunately, there are some countries out there so far out of the look and continue to have large families even though they can't afford to support all those children.
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What magic have you used on them?
it was a double fuck when it was still inside -__-

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the maid/butler cafe threat is real
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I don't see this being a bad thing since their society is so packed in on that tiny island. Their hotel rooms are smaller than my dog house.
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Posted 2/28/16

PeripheralVisionary wrote:

If I start a kickstarter, will you CR users help fund PV's Sexual Stimulation Program? If all things go to plan, Japan will be the most populous nation in 2050!



PV won the day, again.

Maybe.....
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Posted 2/28/16 , edited 2/28/16
I swear that anime cant be faulty on this, since lately on more harem stuff have been on TV.
The problem is that people emigrate to cities instead of the countryside
then in cities life get busy and they cant do stuff
in country side child are considered successors of the family.
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Posted 2/28/16 , edited 2/28/16

Kira0309 wrote:

I don't see this being a bad thing since their society is so packed in on that tiny island. Their hotel rooms are smaller than my dog house.


While this is somwhat true I think the problem is it's going too far. Birth rates are so low a 4th of the population is over 60. That means we aren't just talking a simple reduction is population but at this rate their population will nose dive which will devistate their work force among other things.

That being said it will probably work itself out in the end.
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Posted 2/28/16
Japan,

Syria is here to help. Open your arms for hugs!

Love,

Merika
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Human beings simply cannot keep growing without major ramifications on resources and the environment.

Japan, and the west, has had many citizens decide not to have children and out of control population surges in those countries were coming down, thankfully. Unfortunately, in less developed countries, the birth rates continue to soar out of control and our leaders are more concerned with growing the economy with more people than putting a break on these problems now.

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Posted 2/28/16 , edited 2/28/16
Somebody finally figured that out.

About 10 yrs ago while in Japan I noticed people crying in public.

While not shocking to find someone crying in a bar after a few drinks.
Seen that here in the USA.

I noticed this on trains in the evening & night as well as in parks.
Dressed in business attire, uniforms of all types. High school kids as well.

I finally asked a gent in a suit sitting in a park if there was something I could do for him.
Of course he declined my offer. After we talked a bit I learned that he was mid-level Exec that worked 60-80 hrs each week.
His wife also worked obscene hours as well. When he gets home they eat supper and watch TV until 10pm then go to bed.
Neither one of them have been interested in sex due to exhaustion. At 40 years old his parents had been asking him about grandkids.
I asked a friend there what was going on. He stated that this has been going on fora long time around the large cities.
That children don't seem to be in the picture due to the insane hours worked affects their sex drive.
No sex drive = no kids. No kids = lower population.
Posted 2/28/16
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Posted 2/28/16 , edited 2/28/16

ZavinRoyalheart wrote:

I was taught about this in human geography a few years back. This is happening in America too. In countries where people raise kids for work like on farms there is often overpopulation. In Japan people are becoming more comfortable and prosperous, and many people don't see reason to have children.


mhm, no one here wants to settle down and have a family like the good ol days when they say
" I want a house with a white picket fence , a husband and children" its almost like a bad thing now, to be married
put that ontop of planned parenthood ,which I do not doubt that there are people who just sleep around and use it when they get preg
do not get me wrong. we need it in the cases of rape and incest, also if there are women who want to get preg and are having trouble

"There have been more than 53 million abortions performed in the United States since Roe v. Wade was decided back in 1973."

One very shocking study found that 86 percent of all abortions are done for the sake of convenience.

#8 According to the Guttmacher Institute, the average cost of a first trimester abortion at the ten week mark is $451.

#9 The average cost of a vaginal birth with no complications in the United States is now over $9,000."

that is a little much don't you think?
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Posted 2/28/16 , edited 2/28/16

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Japan,

Syria is here to help. Open your arms for hugs!

Love,

Merika


no please, I don't want japan to become like Europe, another shit hole
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