PERSONAL NOTE: Orgasm? What is orgasm? Chinese men are not achieving it, according to an article I read many moons ago. Steve, USA, December 1, 2018 email@example.com blog – https://getting2knowyou-china.com
SPRING CLEANING IN winter, December 1, 2018
I was going through my many files, looking for an address of my cousin brother in Fuqing, Fujian, China…because I would like to visit him again when I return to China for a visit. I found this incredible article in my file…and I want to share this with you, now! Are things any different in China today about SEX??? I doubt…if what is happening in Japan is any clue, sex is becoming less attractive to many young professionals in China today…many women, in fact, are not interested in men, but in their pursuits of their careers and making money, money, money…Sex is just a hobby, hm! So this article may reflect what is going on in modern China! Who knows! Though China now encourages women to have 2 children last year, and this year 3 children. Modern sophisticated urban women SAID, no! Rural Chinese women are more keen on having more children to work in the farms! Who is to judge what is good for urban women in China…but China is worried because they need more hands to do the work, and labor shortage is driving many foreign businesses to Vietnam and other parts of the world where labor is abundant and much much cheaper than China of today! Enjoy the article, steve, usa, December 1, 2018
CHINESE NEED TO WORK ON SEX LIFE
By Shi Xi (Chinadaily.com.cn) 2008-05-06
The average Chinese are among the least likely in the world to have an orgasm, according to the Durex Sexual Wellbeing Global Survey.
The Durex survey examines the sexual behavior and attitudes of men and women worldwide. Some 26,000 people in 26 countries were questioned about key aspects of their sex lives: health, general wellbeing, educational beliefs, sex and relationships, attitudes to sex and social circumstances.
The survey found that only 24 percent of Chinese in the mainland climax almost every time they have sex, the same percentage as Hong Kong people. On the contrary, Spanish, Mexicans and South Africans are the most likely to climax, with 66 percent usually managing to hit the spot.
Globally, 58 percent of those who usually achieve orgasm were content with the emotio9nal aspects of their sex life compared with 29 percent of those who rarely do. Eight in 10 who frequently have orgasm feel close to their partner during sex – a figure that falls to 54 percent for those who have difficulty hitting the spot.
Despite the low rare of climaxing, Chinese people are feeling some of the benefits of orgasm, with a whopping 86 percent of them who frequently orgasm feel at east with themselves sexually; only 58 percent of them are happy with their psychological health. And while 30 percent of Chinese males almost climax during sex, only 13 percent of women almost always achieve orgasm.
In order to help people fulfil their sex lives, the survey suggests massaging one’s partner, taking things slowly, and spending more time alone with one’s partner.
“Regularly achieving orgasms help improve our emotional and overall wellbeing, as well as our bond with our partner, “ says Dr Kevan Wylie, a sexual health expert. “It can also help reduce life’s stresses. To achieve that, you need to have a protected and uninterrupted time together, keep the rest of the family at bay and make sure you don’t bring your work worries with you into the bedroom.
“It’s also important to communicate wi8th your partner and have a strong bond of trust,” he advises. “Don’t be afraid to tell them you like and don’t like in sex, the more you learn about each other’s needs, the better it will become.”