Japan is the birthplace of sexual perversions

Japan is the birthplace of sexual perversions

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Japan is an amazing country and completely incomprehensible to us. All these manga, hentai, bukkake, literally elevated to the rank of art. Or here is the extremely popular "enjo kosai" — not quite, of course, official, but centuries-old meetings of adult men with young girls for money, the so-called "paid dates". Girls get their first sexual lessons (as well as money, gifts, designer clothes), adult uncles satisfy their Humbert Humbert instinct.

And what else is there in Japan, besides all of the above and puffer fish?

Japan is the birthplace of sexual perversions

Yobai

Japan is the birthplace of sexual perversions

Until recently, the widespread custom of yobai, or "sneaking in the night" in the Japanese hinterlands, was, so to speak, an introduction to sexuality for many young people. The yobai consisted in the following: a mysterious stranger slipped into the room of a sleeping girl (well, or not quite a girl anymore), attached himself to the back and ambiguously declared his intentions. If the young lady didn't mind, the couple had sex until the morning, trying to make as little noise as possible, after which the night visitor also quietly left.

But it often happened that during the harvest, when a peasant hired foreign guest workers, he had to be prepared for the fact that the workers sleeping under the same roof with him could well choose his daughter as an object for yobai. In some cases, a group of young people went several kilometers to a neighboring village, and then yobai became an exciting night adventure with an absolute stranger. One can only assume that some were not particularly lucky with girls, and they found themselves in a strange position — when I got into the house and found a sleeping ugly woman, there was no way back. After all, otherwise the young man could be accused of theft and, God forbid, immediately killed on the spot.

In fact, the girl's firm consent is not required, yobai is not considered rape, the main thing is to observe some rules: you need to enter the house naked (in Fokuoka, you cannot attack a naked person who has entered the house, because he is most likely engaged in yobai, not theft). Even being completely naked, you should try to keep quiet. It is required to practice safe sex - to cover your face with a cloth or mask to protect yourself and the lady from shame if she suddenly starts screaming for some reason: "Save! They're raping me!"

Tamakeri

Japan is the birthplace of sexual perversions

A strange form of purely Japanese BDSM, when a naked man is beaten... on the genitals by a woman. Tamakeri has gained particular popularity in recent years, occupying a whole niche in the Japanese porn department. We don't know how everything works there for the average Japanese, but if you believe the movies, sex follows tamakeri (maybe they have metal ones).

Japan is the birthplace of sexual perversions

No, of course, in every country there is some pervert who steals women's underpants for sexual pleasure. But only in Japan it is elevated to the rank of art, it is not surprising that "shitagi" means underwear, and "dorobou" means thief. Unhappy residents of megacities are forced to hide their underwear in plastic containers and close it almost in safes, because if you hang it on the balcony to dry, they will surely steal it. But even this does not save.

But-pan kiss

Japan is the birthplace of sexual perversions

In no-pan kiss (cafe "without panties"), waitresses wear short skirts and nothing under them. Visitors are willing to pay twice as much for food and drinks as in other places, just to see a little more than is proper. And for a generous tip, you can ask the waitress to get something from the top shelf or, conversely, ask her to pick up a fallen fork or spoon from the floor. Many similar establishments are decorated with mirrors so that visitors do not dislocate their necks while looking at the service staff. By the way, there is no end of girls who want to work as waitresses: firstly, they pay a lot, secondly, the aforementioned tips, and thirdly, all establishments adhere to the policy of "immunity".

Niotaimori

Japan is the birthplace of sexual perversions

Niotaimori is a ceremony of eating sushi and rolls from a naked female body. It should be noted that the intimate parts of the body are always covered with some kind of side dish, in extreme cases - a lotus leaf, otherwise the degree of closeness depends on the modesty of the model. But most often there is still no porn - pure aesthetics. Body sushi gained particular popularity in the West in the 90s, although in Japan itself, establishments where food is served in this way are rather an exception, often belonging to mafia structures, than widespread mainstream. In addition to just a beautiful sight, it is believed that a woman, as a serving table, heats food to body temperature - the most natural for assimilation by the body. This allows consumers to focus on texture and taste, distracting from other factors. Although many who have tried it are not at all enthusiastic about warm sushi, slightly moist with sweat. But we're talking about art, not food, right?

Well, concluding the conversation about food, it is impossible not to mention wakame sake. Warm sake is poured on the girl's body and drunk from the "bowl" formed by her tightly clenched thighs. Wakame — seaweed, in this case means pubic, sorry, hairs floating in the drink. Although, of course, wakame sake is not practiced as widely as niotaimori.

Sex with an octopus

Japan is the birthplace of sexual perversions

A couple of women and an octopus appear so often in hentai that they seem to occupy the imagination of Europeans more than the Japanese themselves. Even Pablo Picasso did not escape this passion for images, unconventional in all respects, by creating a series of pictures of a similar subject (yes, answering an unasked question - sometimes they are put on public display, but not often).

Imekura

Japan is the birthplace of sexual perversions

Imekura (image clubs) differ from ordinary brothels or "love hotels" in that they indulge all the basest fantasies of local males. There are only a few rooms here, but they are all decorated in different ways - like a school classroom (yes, there are many Humberts in Japan), an office, a locker room or another quite public place. Nothing seems to inflame the men here more than the prospect of having sex in public places. Of course, each room is equipped with an "actress" ready for everything: a nurse in the hospital ward, a secretary in the office, a schoolgirl or a strict teacher in the classroom. Each of them plays the role of a touchy at first, as it should be. By the way, in very special cases, they can even build an analogue of a subway car, where those who dream of becoming a chicane will be able to touch supposedly unsuspecting schoolgirls.

Japan is the birthplace of sexual perversions

Chicans are a real disaster of Japan, lovers of cuddling girls on trains for partially decent or completely indecent places. But most often they just shoot everything on the phone, slipping it under the girl's skirt or even attaching the camera to the shoes. Then the pictures or videos are sold over the Internet, often earning a lot of money. About 4,000 Chicans are arrested every year in Tokyo alone, but their number is not decreasing. This is partly the fault of the Japanese women themselves, so shy and restrained in expressing emotions that they would rather blush and be silent than yell at the whole car, attracting attention to themselves. Therefore, the authorities even made separate cars specifically for female individuals, where they will feel completely at ease.

Japan is the birthplace of sexual perversions

Tokudashi is not an ordinary striptease in the understanding of a European. Imagine a bar where several naked girls, moving synchronously, crawl to the edge of the stage and sit down with their legs spread wide. That's it- the dance is over. Men, armed with flashlights and magnifying glasses, cannot take their eyes off the open female genitals. The entire male audience literally falls into a trance. What caused this reaction? Yes, because the traditions of Japanese sex do not imply complete nudity. In classical Japanese engravings, a woman is always depicted dressed, always in a kimono, even if it is short. It is this conditional protection of clothing for men in Japan that is the absolute norm. And here — such expanse!

Japan is the birthplace of sexual perversions

The Japanese, as you know, are turned on technology, so it's not surprising that even their sex dolls are not inflatable women with a senselessly open mouth, but real robots made of latex that feels like human skin. Why Dacha Waifu? Because Dutch Wife is a "Dutch wife", so sailors in ancient times called a bamboo pillow, which allowed them not to sweat in their sleep even during the suffocating heat. The dolls are sold with a lifetime warranty and cost from $6,000. In case something goes wrong and the Japanese "does not get along with the characters" with his Dachas, it can be returned to the manufacturer for a decent funeral. Yeah, the real ones. Or did you think they would be resold later?

Japan is the birthplace of sexual perversions

Shibari, or kinbaku— is an ancient Japanese art of bondage, which occupies a dominant role in Japanese eroticism and the art of sex, the basis of which, as you understand, is the traditional theme of domination and submission. But the ideology of shibari itself is in sharp contrast to the Western view of binding a partner. Because navashi ("the one who binds") does it not anyhow, but using intricate asymmetric rope structures.

Meanwhile, the art of Japanese bondage comes from hojozhitsu, a medieval military technique of capturing enemies, when samurai tightly and securely tied prisoners, without causing them pain, however, but excluding the possibility of escape. Shibari became much more severe during the Tokugawa Shogunate, when binding began to be used for punishment. The bound victim was then either flogged, stoned, or simply hung up, causing pain.

Foreigners are often shocked by the willingness with which Japanese women agree to be tied up. However, shibari practitioners unanimously declare that submission and humiliation actually liberates a woman, at least allows her to get out of the framework of generally accepted conventions.

Keywords: 18+ | Perversions | Customs | Traditions | Japan

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