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Sex: how it happened in Japan

Prodoljaem Deposit section «Interestingness » and subsection «18+ » new material. And today we — article « Sex: how it happened in Japan… » Not that we could boast of some practical experience in this field… But a couple of interesting moments on this subject we learned. And what we want to share.

By the way, the truth, this article isn’t even 18+ (except that a little bit, at the very end), but just interesting and informative. But suddenly someone’s opinion… In General, just in case we have set markirovku. And so we will continue.

Sex: how it happened in Japan? «Yes as we probably…» — you say. And it is true. But not all. About the nuances, by the way, I wrote this article. Oh and remember to start with a good book «Shogun», in which the author is not one page is devoted to the description of this process, as it happened in Japan 300 years ago.

And how interesting. was? Talk:

Personally, what struck us is the fact that in Japan the culture of sex was very developed. Well, compared to the culture of sex in Europe at the time, Continue reading

Sexy Japanese tradition

Traditions

TRADITION (lat. transmission, narration) — norms and rules of life of a people, transmitted from generation to generation. Diverse traditions: historical, national, labor, educational, domestic, sports. There is a tradition of the school, class, University, faculty, Between the traditions, moral standards and qualities people have similarities and differences. Traditions formed under the influence of moral principles. They are consistent with morality. This is their similarity. But there are differences between them. The norm of morality explicitly says: we need to do that! Tradition calls — follow the example of the best representatives of the older and previous generations. Quality people — it is their personal qualities. The traditions are the result of socio-psychological fixing of their existence: mutual aid, integrity, friendliness, etc. Traditions influence the development of personal qualities. The tradition of a specific student group, school class on the main content usually Continue reading

A Review about Holiday in Seoul (South Korea)

Seoul is a city with 600 years of stories and now metropolis… to Write something new and unusual is quite difficult or almost impossible. Already a lot of different stories and novels written about him.

The very pronunciation of the name of the capital of South Korea in Russian sounds not correct to Seoul. Not just because right was previously read by Latin transcription. It is more correct to call the “Soul”, which in Korean stands for the capital.

Seoul is the largest city in the country, here are the most headquarters of international companies and financial companies. The city is truly unique, so get on in it ancient traditions and modern values.

To get to the city will not make special work. As each day of summer flights of “Aeroflot” and “Korea Air”. The airport though is in the neighboring city of Incheon(Incheon international airport ), but it does not matter, because from there you can take bus, taxi or train ride A REX.

The climate of the capital is very similar to European, so you should not have problems with acclimatization.

As Seoul is in the heart of the metropolis, and you can always meet a huge tube. In order not to waste your time, I recommend to use the meter.

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