From Shanghai Daily:
Saving China’s ancient sex culture and promoting more effective sex education were under discussion yesterday by experts at a summit ahead of an adult products exhibition.
Shanghai University professor Liu Dalin, a well-known sexologist and the founder of the Ancient Chinese Sex Culture Museum in Tongli, Jiangsu Province, said he was considering moving the museum back to its former home of Shanghai because of restrictions on advertising and financial difficulties.
Fan Minsheng, vice director of the Shanghai Sex Education Association, said sex education should cover all demographics, from children to adults. “Sex education is not public food, which is made for people of all ages,” Fan said. “Western countries try to clearly define pornographic products and sex education materials, but China still lags behind in this aspect. The ranking of movies and different sex education products is a useful way to help young people’s healthy development.” …[Full Text]