Most women would just reply “Nothing” or “I’m fine” when they are angry.
However, from an anthropological perspective, certain cultures tend to practice same rituals due to the culture transmission throughout the years, and even though an individual may have his/her particular characteristics, a community in many cases is fostered and developed to shape a shared mindset that may not always function exactly the same way but definitely in parallel.
Moreover, Japan has tremendously developed throughout the years politically and socially.
【Expressing】 It is said that Japanese are humble, polite and have good consideration for others. They don’t often argue and don’t express their feelings so much.
But that doesn’t mean they don’t feel anything, they just hide it.
Just one problem for English speakers: The source for the statistic is a survey by the Japan Family Planning Association and written in Japanese.
Pundit Fact doesn’t know Japanese, but Kumiko Endo, a Japanese-American academic, does.
intern if he learned anything shocking during his time reporting for the book.
Ansari zeroed in on how dating culture in Japan wasn’t what he expected.
"And like there was some insane statistic, like, 46 percent of women between the age of 16 to 24 despise sexual contact. Japan is going through "a crisis of sorts," and leaders are trying to intervene by offering subsidies for parents with kids and throwing state-funded dating events.
Ansari brings up the figure about young women not being into sex in his book with a host of other scary statistics, writing, "In 2013 a whopping 45 percent of women aged 16 to 24 ‘were not interested in or despised sexual contact,’ and more than a quarter of men felt the same way." Ansari’s coauthor, New York University sociology professor Eric Klinenberg, showed Pundit Fact by email that the statistic is also cited in 2013 stories about Japanese young people’s disinterest in sex in the and Slate.
Even the Heisei Era itself has experienced social and political changes.