Married working women are sometimes demonised as oniyome, or "devil wives". Secretly, he loved baking cakes, collecting "pink sparkly things" and knitting clothes for his stuffed animals. She just doesn't want a relationship and casual sex is not a good option, she says, because "girls can't have flings without being judged". There is no going back. They are rejecting the pursuit of both career and romantic success. Nor is growing preoccupation with digital technology. For Japanese women today, marriage is the grave of their hard-won careers. Cohabiting or unmarried parenthood is still unusual, dogged by bureaucratic disapproval.
The World Economic Forum consistently ranks Japan as one of the world's worst nations for gender equality at work. He defines it as "a heterosexual man for whom relationships and sex are unimportant". Secretly, he loved baking cakes, collecting "pink sparkly things" and knitting clothes for his stuffed animals. Although there has long been a pragmatic separation of love and sex in Japan — a country mostly free of religious morals — sex fares no better. They're coming to me because they think that, by wanting something different, there's something wrong with them. After that, I lost interest in dating. But demographer Nicholas Eberstadt argues that a distinctive set of factors is accelerating these trends in Japan. The sign outside her building says "Clinic". Fewer babies were born here in than any year on record. Or else they're opting out altogether and replacing love and sex with other urban pastimes. She berates the government for "making it hard for single people to live however they want" and for "whipping up fear about the falling birth rate". She accepts that technology will shape the future, but says society must ensure it doesn't take over. They flinch if I touch them," she says. I go out with my girl friends — career women like me — to French and Italian restaurants. Kishino says he doesn't mind the label because it's become so commonplace. It's the word I hear both sexes use most often when they talk about their relationship phobia. Social attitudes don't help. The phenomenon emerged a few years ago with the airing of a Japanese manga-turned-TV show. Japan's unders appear to be losing interest in conventional relationships. Millions aren't even dating, and increasing numbers can't be bothered with sex. Getting back to basics, former dominatrix Ai Aoyama — Queen Love — is determined to educate her clients on the value of "skin-to-skin, heart-to-heart" intimacy. A fluent French speaker with two university degrees, she avoids romantic attachments so she can focus on work. I buy stylish clothes and go on nice holidays. Its smart phone apps are the world's most imaginative. She just doesn't want a relationship and casual sex is not a good option, she says, because "girls can't have flings without being judged". Her first name means "love" in Japanese, and is a keepsake from her earlier days as a professional dominatrix.
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