Japan's Aversion Toward Sex and Romance Could Be Detrimental to the World
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The Japanese "celibacy syndrome" isn't just a problem that will affect Japan's economy; new documents reveal that former U.K. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher wanted to ban sex toys in her country; meanwhile, the German government's anger over NSA leaks has been curbed due to fear of Islamic State. These discoveries and more after the jump.

The Hungry British Public

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Neoliberalism and its brand of response to economic crisis, austerity -- both legacies of the recently deceased former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher -- are creating a U.K. where one in five mothers regularly goes without food in order to feed her children.

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