Posted by: 1of10boyz | October 13, 2014

Trust Your Own Instincts

1of10boyz:

Good advice.

Originally posted on Apb148's Blog:

tube trouble

I know it’s been a while, but it doesn’t mean I’ve forgotten about the WordPress community.

Here’s something I felt I should share. There is a little humor in the situation, but there is also a lesson in it, as well.

As most of you know, I work nights, and I have been going to the gym since June. After a full night of work, and working out, I made it home, in a fairly good mood. With such a schedule, it doesn’t take long to crash, so right before going to bed, I went to the bathroom. After flushing the toilette, I noticed an unusual amount of water coming out of the top of the back. It was enough to cause a little flood, so I put some towels down and pulled the top off. A little testing, and loss of sleep later, I found the problem; the tube…

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1of10boyz:

Interesting problem. Might also be one of the reasons that the people in the region have mistresses and consider it socially acceptable or why the preponderance of them seem to prefer a “mate” that is not Asian.

Originally posted on Quartz:

Hong Kong’s Family Planning Association has just released a new study that highlights what it calls a “prevalence of sexual problems” among Hong Kong women, including “low sexual intimacy and coital frequency.”

How much sex Hong Kongers are having is important to the government, which hopes to offset an aging population that is projected to leave the median age in the city at 52 by 2014. Hong Kong’s crude birth rate has dropped from 34.4 births per 1,000 people in 1961 to 12.8 per 1,000 in 2012 according to government statistics (the green line below). The slight bounce in recent years can be attributed to mainland Chinese women giving birth in Hong Kong.

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The cost of having a second child in Hong Kong and women deferring marriage for their careers are oft-cited reasons for the low birth rate, but the recent Family Planning Association study presents an alternate…

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