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Want to know more about sex in Taiwan? Is it a liberal nation? Is sex work legal and what kind of porn do they produce? Taiwan is a relatively small island nation covering just 35, square kilometres about the size of Belgium. The country offers a blend of modern city living with traditional and ancient culture.
The capital of Taipei is known for its busy night life and is influenced just as much by the west as it is its Asian neighbours of Korea, Japan and mainland China. A beautiful and affluent nation, Taiwan has plenty of diversions for locals, business visitors and tourists, including an active and liberal sex scene.
In this guide, we take a look at the culture of sex in Taiwan including some facts and stats on porn viewing trends, prostitution laws and the dating culture. Home to Unlike mainland China, the population of Taiwan is largely an affluent one. A modern and affluent nation, Taiwan is a liberal nation in many respects with aspects of traditionalism. Image via Pixabay. The first Asian democratic country, the people of Taiwan are historically more liberal minded than many of their neighbours.
Pornography is legal and prostitution, though illegal, is largely unpoliced and widely tolerated. Like many Asian countries, the younger generation in particular those raised in more modern and urban areas are very liberal minded and are more open to Western ideals of casual sex than the more traditional-minded, older generation.
Whether it is the Strawberry generation that can be held responsible for the new liberalisation of sex on this supposedly conservative island is a matter for debate. On the surface, sex in Taiwan may seem a part of public life but this contrasts to a more private attitude. Image via Flickr. There is a contrast in the role of sex within the Taiwanese culture and on some levels the country offers a face of acceptance and liberalisation with an active and open adult entertainment industry. On the other side of the coin can be found a nation that is not entirely comfortable with this very public side of intimacy.