Sexuality in Japan: Japanese bondage, Bukkake, Enjo kosai, Homosexuality in Japan, Pornography in Japan, Host and hostess clubs, Omorashi

 
9781156602911: Sexuality in Japan: Japanese bondage, Bukkake, Enjo kosai, Homosexuality in Japan, Pornography in Japan, Host and hostess clubs, Omorashi
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 41. Chapters: Japanese bondage, Bukkake, Enjo k?sai, Homosexuality in Japan, Pornography in Japan, Host and hostess clubs, Omorashi, Shunga, Sexual minorities in Japan, Barazoku, Love hotel, Yellow cab, Yoshiwara, Weekly Asahi Gein?, Tentacle erotica, Nightwork: Sexuality, Pleasure, and Corporate Masculinity in a Tokyo Hostess Club, Pink Box: Inside Japan's Sex Clubs, Nanpa, No-pan kissa, Soapland, Mizu sh?bai, Onsen geisha, Badi, Shimabara, Kyoto, Akasen, Tobita Shinchi, Herbivore men, Happening bar, Lotion play, Sumata, Telekura, Pink salon, Delivery health, Shinmachi, Fashion health, CandyGirl, Merukura, Otoko-machi Map, Image club. Excerpt: Records of homosexual practices in Japan date back to ancient times. While homosexuality had never been viewed as a sin in Japanese society and religion, sodomy was restricted by legal prohibition in 1873, but the provision was repealed only seven years later by the Penal Code of 1880 in accordance with the Napoleonic Code. Exposure to Western and Confucian thought and societal changes during the Meiji period have influenced the way that homosexuality is viewed by both the Japanese government and by the population at large since the end of the 19th century. Available sources on homosexual behavior in ancient Japan, as in ancient China, are largely literary. Although a unified kingdom of Yamato existed from about the 4th century, Japan's written historical records really begin with the Kojiki (???), or Record of Ancient Matters, compiled in the early 8th century. While Chinese references from the 6th century BCE contain homosexual references, similar references in Japan begin to appear in about the 10th century. These references, at least initially, appear to follow the Chinese example. Unlike the West, in Japan sex was not viewed in terms of morality, but rather in terms of pleasure, socia...

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