According to a new study out of the city's Yonsei University, one in three Seoulites surveyed said they haven't gotten busy in the last year. The study randomly surveyed 2, Seoul residents between the ages of 19 and 69 about their sex lives. Of those, 1, were men and 1, were women. The reasons why Seoulites aren't jumping between the sheets differ by gender, said Yonsei sociology professor Youm Yoosik. He worked on the study with his colleague Choi Jun-yong, a professor from the university's Internal Medicine Department. My best guess is that the modern, feminist woman doesn't feel like she needs a male partner to have an independent life, and believes it is entirely possible to live happily without a man," Youm told Insider.
South Korea: Internet Sexual Images Ruin Women’s Lives
Digital Sex Crimes in South Korea | HRW
By Beh Lih Yi. The duo have gained celebrity status for their SOLOdarity channel - with some 37, followers in its first year - where they have compared marriage to slavery for women and criticised the tradition of fathers giving away brides as offensive. Both women said their previous relationships brought them down and they had changed their appearance to please boyfriends - Jung said she even underwent minor plastic surgery. Marriage and childbirth are increasingly divisive topics in South Korea, where United Nations data shows the average woman has just 1. To reverse this worrying trend, the government has rolled out a slew of costly measures to boost gender equality among its 51 million people, including improving parental leave policies and offering fertility treatment to couples and single women.
Love and sex in South Korea - statistics & facts
Help us continue to fight human rights abuses. Please give now to support our work. Download the full report in English. Annex: Letter to the Government of South Korea. These crimes are a form of gender-based violence, using digital images that are captured non-consensually and sometimes shared, captured with consent but shared non-consensually, or sometimes faked.
Help us continue to fight human rights abuses. Please give now to support our work. Seoul — Widespread internet posting in South Korea of sexual images of women and girls without their consent is having a devastating impact on the victims, Human Rights Watch said today. The government should be doing more to prevent and respond to these digital sex crimes.