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Posted 2/11/17

TheGrandAlliance wrote:


TheAngryLittleAlchemist wrote:

Besides ... even if they're disappointing, you still have a thing called males in america


LoL, no.....



His children would tend to disagree with that statement...as would his grandchildren.
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-For men, the biggest reason cited for their disinclination toward sex was “exhaustion from work,” at a record 35.2 percent, spiking from 21.3 percent in 2014

-For women, 22.3 percent snubbed lovemaking as a “hassle,” the top contributing factor to sexlessess.


Nothing new here, Japan has a long history of poorly balancing professional andprivate life as a result of its culture towards work.

Overworking your workforce to such an extent often means they're not going to be doing much when they get home apart from collapsing on the settee. If you're too tired to do anything then the relationship is at risk of decaying as the couple do less activities together (EG decline in dates going out etc. etc.) which begins to sap any romantic feelings present in the relationship. This then makes sexual experiences less interesting/satisfying as you have having sex with a person you are potentially losing romantic interest in with depleted levels of energy due to being tired or even exhausted from work.

TLDR: stressed and tired humans aren’t interested in doing much.
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Posted 2/11/17

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jonondesudesu wrote:

Hi, Chris Hansen here. Have a seat.


[for all "16 year olds" too young to know this]


Problem?
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This is not a bad thing an advanced civilisation will stop reproducing as fast.
ideally the birth rate should match the death rate.


Japan is in a negative birthrate spiral of severe proportions, or put another way, Japan's population peaked at 128 million in 2007, and has been falling ever since. It was projected in 2014, that by 2060, the population will drop to 87 million...and over half that population will be over 65.

http://theweek.com/articles/453219/everything-need-know-about-japans-population-crisis

It is an economic and social nightmare that needs corrective action, now.
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Damn, the OP gave me shit about posting old news when I started a thread on a story that was two weeks old. smh
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Good. Sex is a ferral act anyway.
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ya im with the Japanese on this one. its a waste of time and too much of a pain in the ass. Rather play video games, with all my 2D lovers.
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Posted 2/11/17 , edited 2/11/17

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Ryulightorb wrote:

A drastically lowered population uses less resources and is better for the planet and global warming and yes I'm assuming everyone won't die out due to disaster.

Japanese people not breeding isn't bad or the end of the world a succesful country will over time stop producing as many people you can't keep just reproducing more and more forever

Japan is fine


Mate you're not listening, I didn't assume the death rate would be a 100%, I am assuming they're might not be enough healthy people who can produce children in the case of some catastrophe. And given the historical accounts of populations suddenly suffering disasters that could be a very real concern. However it less of a concern if the starting population was high before the depopulation event happens.

And yeah mate the human race does have to keep producing offspring forever if we don't want to die out. It's kinda mandatory to keep existing as a species that. The earth is more then capable of sustaining it's current population, it's poor resource management that is creating the inequality you're associating ( falsely I might add) with overpopulation.

And Japan is far from fine, if it's birth rate keeps declining it is only a matter of time before they cease to exist as a ethnic division in the human race. And I don't know about you but a entire race willingly committing genocide upon themselves does not sit well with me.


I am listening and they are fine their birth rate won't drop that far and until it does there is no problem.
Right now there isn't much anyone can do you can't force people to reproduce.

The human race needs to maintain itself yes but too much growth is a bad thing overpopulation is a real possibility and with immortality in our near future it will get really crowded on this planet.
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Posted 2/11/17 , edited 2/12/17

lawdog wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:

This is not a bad thing an advanced civilisation will stop reproducing as fast.
ideally the birth rate should match the death rate.


Japan is in a negative birthrate spiral of severe proportions, or put another way, Japan's population peaked at 128 million in 2007, and has been falling ever since. It was projected in 2014, that by 2060, the population will drop to 87 million...and over half that population will be over 65.

http://theweek.com/articles/453219/everything-need-know-about-japans-population-crisis

It is an economic and social nightmare that needs corrective action, now.


Being in a negative birth rate is not always bad once birth rates drop below death rates it's time to worry right now people are freaking out over something small.

It is good to correct it but it's not a catastrophe like people are making it out to be imo

I wish my country had Japan's "problem"

I don't disagree it will become a problem but as it is right now it's fine it should be corrected sure but you can't force people to have kids when they aren't interested.
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Japan's population is expected to be cut to 30% of current by 2100, if not worse. From 120 to 40 million, the steepest projections. Preety hard core.

http://www.ipss.go.jp/pp-newest/e/ppfj02/top.html (Page 24 of PDF)




The Global Population isn't a Japan problem; the problem is Africa, India, and Micronesia populations are having far too high birth rates, are. What happens when UN food trucks come in without a UN strategy. More and more babies, demand for resources higher. Violence, the like. And people wonder where Terror comes from. Like feeding animals. Global Warming just gonna inflame this situation greatly, with sea level rise, if anything.

Tough understanding, I know. We supposed to "care for everyone", or ur supposedly a "white supremacist" or some nonsense. Nevertheless, it is so...
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I'm guessing its more of a cultural issue, like compared to America, they Japanese workforce seems very hardworking and their is a lot of value on their education system. For example, in almost every Anime that has a school setting, someone is complaining about exams. In american cartoons or even regular tv shows, the main focus during a school setting is outside of the classroom where education is rarely talked about. Seems like there is just a lot more value on getting an education and finding a good job to be a productive member of society then start a family.
Posted 2/12/17
So what, let them be.
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It is easy to forget that, in the dark, even familiar things become exotic. They will work it out eventually, though.
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Posted 2/12/17
I wish Australia was like this. We can't walk two blocks without someone performing their mating dance.
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I've read a lot that Japanese men aren't being forward and tend to be shy with the Japanese woman, that's why foreigners have more success because they're more blunt and upfront about their intentions. Told the wife if we ever divorced I would go to Japan and #%[email protected] everything that walked....
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