NOT one teen 'AIDS' case ever - Japan
If 'AIDS really is a sexually transmitted syndrome (common cause -'HIV'- for old existing diseases) then why is there almost no 'AIDS' in Japan. Not one teen case ever and only 9 female cases in twenty years.
Grand totals of HIV/AIDS cases to date
Heterosexual sexual contact 45 (ALL)
10-19 age group: - 1 case
Heterosexual sexual contact 30 (ALL)
Age 10-19 age group: - ZERO
Total female 'AIDS' cases (ALL) 9
Strange for such a sexually active country with a massive sex industry and international travel second to none.
NOTE: - The link itself says 'cases to date' and the web site says "Grand totals of HIV/AIDS cases"
The first reported case of AIDS in Japan a homosexual man, who apparently contracted the disease while in the U.S. was in 1985, although two hemophiliacs had died earlier from what now is believed to have been AIDS. Eighteen years later, the disease is still not even a blip on Emiko's radar.
But it is unfair to single her out as being reckless or particularly wanton. A recent Newsweek report cited a joint Japan-U.S. study that found that of 602 teens ages 15-19 surveyed in Tokyo's Shibuya district, 43% said they had five or more casual sexual partners. Around 20% of 16-year-olds surveyed in rural areas also reportedly had several such "sex friends."
From : - Japan Today
If 'AIDS really is a sexually transmitted syndrome (common cause -'HIV'- for old existing diseases) then why is there almost no 'AIDS' in Japan.
Total cases in twenty years amount to only 6,000 or 325 a year.
The Japanese are the number one sex tourists to Thailand (Source: TAT - Tourist Authority of Thailand).
The Japanese are the largest overseas tourists visiting Nevada Brothels and even have regular bus trips to them (Source: Penthouse Magazine)
The Japanese travel MORE then almost any other nation.
The Japanese have a past culture that accepted homosexuality (even Samari 'swung' both ways) and have a larger than average gay community.
Japan has a booming sex trade (estimated at $13 billion annually (Source: - 17/03/03 -- San Francisco Chronicle)
Numerous surveys demonstrate that 'most men and women in their 20s do not use condoms'. (Source: 17/03/03 -- San Francisco Chronicle)
The Japanese are only different from other Asian cultures in that they have NO real poverty. Have you considered that poverty NOT sex is the real
cause of immune suppression?
NOTE: - By comparison, Cambodia, whose population is less than a tenth of Japan's, had 170,000 people living with HIV or AIDS as of the end of 2001,
according to United Nations estimates. SOURCE. Reuters 19 Sept 2003
* 'Living with
HIV/AIDS' simply means that they meet the WHO/CDC Bengui definition which
also fits EVERY epidemic disease in poor countries.
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