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With just 1. Formerly a part of the Soviet Union, this beautiful Northern European and Baltic country is known for being one of the least crowded countries with its picturesque forests and many islands. But what are the people like and what are the cultural views on sex in Estonia? We also take a look at the attitudes towards sex in the country along with the current state of play for the LGBTQ community plus give you some ideas about the dating culture in Estonia. A part of the Soviet Union from to , the country was not exposed to the same cultural sexual revolution that most of the Western world experienced in the s.
Like some other Baltic States and much of Eastern Europe, Estonia was sheltered from this revolution of feminism. What does the average Estonian think about sex? As a result, gender equality in Estonia has not historically been great; the wage gap between men and women, for example, is the highest across the continent at However, things have been improving over the last decade and the country is currently ranked 34 th index of 0.
The United Kingdom comes in only marginally better at 29 th with an index of 0. The late revolution of sexual freedom for women has resulted in a disparity between men and women when it comes to sexual double standards. Issues like infidelity in marriage and who should initiate sex are still viewed as okay in the male population and not in the female population. The price of alcohol is notably cheaper than in the Scandi countries of Sweden and Finland so Tallinn is a popular day trip for booze cruises and maybe more!
You can find out more about exactly what is attracting tourists to the capital in our Tallinn Escorts and Sex Guide. In a survey conducted in , it was revealed that Estonian men were more likely than the women to take precautions when it comes to contraception. This is typical of the region with this also being the case in Finland, Latvia, Lithuania and Sweden. A report in based on the sexual experiences of year olds in Estonia showed that According to data from the International Planned Parenthood Federation , one in five teens of this age have had sex the same as the UK, less than Finland and more than Latvia.
It was the first country of the former Soviet Union to introduce the subject in schools and the curriculum has been heavily influenced by the Scandinavian model.