I want to live in that world. Sorry, bro. Open up and broaden your horizons because there might be the love or lust of your life waiting to fumble around belt buckles, two completely differing languages, and social customs that seem ridiculously distant from that of the comfort of your poorly decorated bedroom. Shouts out to the girl who realized lots of Korean men like to call their dongs a dragon. Laura is a freelance writer for TFLN. She likes to write about what she knows best — dating, sex, and being awkward, but usually in the opposite order.
13 Unusual Sexual Practices From Around The World
Some Culturally-Based Differences in Sexual Activity | SexInfo Online
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These 23 People Had Sex With Someone From Completely Different Cultures
Across the globe, behaviors that can be considered sexual activity lie on a massive spectrum. This spectrum exists as a result of some societies tendencies to promote and incorporate sexuality into their culture while others tend to suppress it. Before exploring different types of sexuality through various cultures, it is critical to be able to identify what a culture is.
Statistics show that mental health staff are highly likely to encounter African women who have experienced sexual abuse. Figures from sexual abuse centres show that 70 percent of their clients also had been in contact with mental health services, and refugees are particularly at risk of developing mental health issues. Although women of African origin primarily require much the same as Norwegian women, they also present some additional challenges. She has carried out a synthesis of Norwegian and international research, supplemented by conversations with six women of African origin and seven informational events with African women in the audience. Telling others about sexual abuse is difficult for several reasons, including a sense of shame, guilt, betraying loyalty, a fear of not being believed, or a fear of ruining the lives of others.