China is using a video game to address overpopulation in the country. The "Happy" game is a first-person interactive game that tests the players on their knowledge of contraceptive options, and rewards them based on their performance. Women receive cyber-flowers and get to spend their husband’s cyber-money, while men are punished with cyber-housework.
China Using Video Games as a Form of Sex Education
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