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Archive for February 26th, 2014

Sex in Your Culture »

Dear Bearcats,
We would like to welcome our new contributors Jason Wu from China and Haruka Takahashi from Japan!
To introduce the WWN’s sexiest topic yet: Sex in your culture. This topic is extremely important and is being talked about worldwide. In addition, sex is controversial and a taboo in several cultures.
Social constructs around sexual practices differ [...]

Gender or Sex? »

Hi all,
Hope you are looking forward to reading my article.
This topic is kind of hard for me to talk about in public. But maybe we need to talk about it sometime and think about it seriously even in public. I will tell you “How socially acceptable is sex?” and “How does it affect my country’s [...]

Sexuality in China »

Hi, folks. I am Jason Wu, an international exchange student from Xiamen University in China. Xiamen is regarded as the “garden on the sea” which is one of the most popular traveling destinations in China. Sunny weather, blue sky and clean beach are my favorite.
This topic totally scared me when first saw it. I have [...]

Teenage Pregnancy in Japan »

Teenage pregnancy rate in Japan is 4%! Surprisingly, Japan has the lowest teenage pregnancy rate in the world according to unicef. Before I looked it up, I thought it must be higher that it is because I think sex education in Japan is not enough.The only time when I got sex education was at schools which are [...]

Sex in Russia »

Privet, friends!
So, normally I try to bring a personal connection into my WWN articles, but I doubt that when you scrolled to this entry today, you were intent on hearing details of my sex life . Instead, let’s look into Russian views of sex and sexuality as they exist today.

Adolescent Pregnancy in Colombia: A Public Health Issue »

My house in Medellín is located right next to the hospital in which all the pregnant women who have access to the social health program – which is basically focused on providing health benefits to the people with less economic resources in the country – go in order to receive antenatal, childbirth and postnatal care. [...]

C’est la vie! »

French are very relaxed when it comes to talk about sex.
I don’t mean that we like to exhibit our personal experience, simply that generally, this subject is not taboo.
Just look at the recent revelations concerning Francois Hollande, the French president, who had an affair with an actress, cheating on his [...]