Chines sex websites

Or maybe nature always finds away to even out the playing field when people tip the scales too dramatically?

Either way, for us superstition-loving-Westerners with a mighty-specific hankering for either a boy or a girl–why give the Chinese gender chart a try?

Pornography, banned in China, isn’t sold at the stores (although available in underground, and unexpected, locations). Today, about 71% of respondents to a survey about sex by sexologist Li Yinhe said they had premarital relations, according to local figures, up from 15% in 1989.

The Chinese gender chart has been discussed, copied, interpreted and plastered all over the internet, so you can bet that there have been mistakes posted along the way.One sex-shop chain called Powerful was started by college graduate Ma Jiajia and has garnered new customers as China’s younger generation accepts a more open stance on sex.Widespread Internet access in China has also broadened the market for adult products, creating an anonymous space for consumers to buy unmentionables.Even more, China has become a hotbed of sex toy manufacturing over the last decade and according to some media reports, it makes as much as 70% of the world’s adult products.International sex toy makers, such a Swedish pleasure company LELO, which sell vibrators costing upward of several hundred dollars, and Jimmy Jane, a startup from San Francisco, both have manufacturing facilities in China.

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