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Characterised by medieval fortresses, the infamous Carpathian Mountains of the Transylvanian region and ancient forests, Romania is a mysterious nation that few people have visited from the west. Those that do tend to head straight to the capital, Bucharest and largely miss the rural charms of this picturesque sovereign state. With almost 20 million inhabitants, Romania is the seventh most populous nation in the EU with Bucharest being its 6 th largest city.
In this guide, we explore the topic of sex in Romania, looking at prostitution and pornography laws as well as exploring the adult industry and latest porn viewing trends. Romania is still ranked as a developing country and is one of the poorest nations in Europe. In recent years, however, economic growth has been rapid and the country now has one of the highest rates of growth in the EU. The country was under Soviet rule for a period in the s and s and remained a communist country under the infamous rule of the autocrat Nicolae Ceausescu until the revolution in Views on sex in Romania are a contrast of traditional and conservative with liberal attitudes in the cities.
Image via Pixabay. Under Ceausescu, Romania suffered desperate poverty, poor education and economic instability. It took a further decade after the revolution to see modernity delivered to the nation. There are many scars left on the country from its political background including social views and health education. This includes a strong belief that homosexuality is not normal as well as having a traditional view on marriage and sex.
Fundamentally, Romanians are not as liberal minded as other European nations. Just 6. Only 8. This was the lowest rate in the poll and well below the The same survey revealed that, This was lower than Turkey 5. Attitudes towards sex in Romania are polarised. Cities like Bucharest have a more liberal approach with rural communities being more traditional.
Image via Wikimedia. Citizens in Bucharest are more cosmopolitan, liberal and tolerant than their rural counterparts with those under the age of 30 having not lived through the revolution also being more open-minded.