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TO THE EROTICA TRADE FAIR OF THE EAST
The most populous country in the world should also be the most sexually active, but that doesn’t mean that sex is not considered taboo in China: they do it, but they don’t talk about it. Sex education in schools is non-existent, the number of abortions caused by poor information has increased (10 million per year), and condom advertisements are banned; even today sex is thought of as “something to be ashamed of” or “something dirty” by Chinese of all ages. However, what censure won’t deal with copycat business will.

TO THE EROTICA TRADE FAIR OF THE EAST
The most populous country in the world should also be the most sexually active, but that doesn’t mean that sex is not considered taboo in China: they do it, but they don’t talk about it. Sex education in schools is non-existent, the number of abortions caused by poor information has increased (10 million per year), and condom advertisements are banned; even today sex is thought of as “something to be ashamed of” or “something dirty” by Chinese of all ages. However, what censure won’t deal with copycat business will.

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