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Posted in: Osaka court rules same-sex marriage ban not unconstitutional See in context

I don't think any disadvantage will occur after saying yes to the issue. So I don't understand why Japan government hasn't still approved same-sex marriage.

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Posted in: Kishida unveils plan to set up pandemic crisis control unit similar to CDC See in context

Is it necessary now? All Japanese need to know why combining is a priority over other issues. The politicians have to make more effort for current Covit-patients who can't take care from hospitals.

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Posted in: 1 in 4 singles in 30s not willing to marry: Japan gov't survey See in context

I can agree with both opinions that the birth rate is decreasing and want to hold on to their freedom in their 20s-the 30s. I think Japan is seriously going to disappear if the birth rate continues. Because having children over the 40s is risky for the mothers and their children's health. What's more, low income is a big issue recently, and if keeps going down, having children family, and people who want to get married rates are also lowering certainly. So, increasing income is the only solution to keep this country. Or, maybe accept foreigners.

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