(Editors Note: Graphic Content) A couple takes in the view in Tottori Prefecture, Japan, on April 23, 2014. A number of young Japanese have little or no interest in sex. Preferring to enjoy their single lifestyle and ignore the pressures of a relationship, it's not uncommon to go without sex for a decade or more. The situation further complicates an already difficult issue of population decline in Japan.
(Editors Note: Graphic Content) A couple takes in the view in Tottori Prefecture, Japan, on April 23, 2014. A number of young Japanese have little or no interest in sex. Preferring to enjoy their single lifestyle and ignore the pressures of a relationship, it's not uncommon to go without sex for a decade or more. The situation further complicates an already difficult issue of population decline in Japan. Albert Siegel McClatchy
(Editors Note: Graphic Content) A couple takes in the view in Tottori Prefecture, Japan, on April 23, 2014. A number of young Japanese have little or no interest in sex. Preferring to enjoy their single lifestyle and ignore the pressures of a relationship, it's not uncommon to go without sex for a decade or more. The situation further complicates an already difficult issue of population decline in Japan. Albert Siegel McClatchy

In a Japan seemingly obsessed with sex, few seem to indulge

January 21, 2016 10:41 AM

UPDATED January 22, 2016 07:31 PM

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