gogle AI:I lived in Japan for over ten years.
Long enough to get past the "honeymoon" phase and take off the rose colored glasses.
Nearly every J-dude I knew had his money controlled by his wife.
The company deposits the money into the bank, and the wife controls how much husband is allowed to spend. This dynamic goes all the way back to the Samurai days.
Married Japanese couples have the least sex of any developed nation.
There are a subsection of J-girls who are called "gaijin hunters" who sleep with foreigners for the excitement, similar to how western girls go to foreign countries and bang randos.
Plus many J-girls feel its' OK to cheat from both sides.
I've also lived in a few other countries.
The male-female dynamic is much more similar than it is different.
Plus, the dude in the video always introduces himself as "doctor" even though he's only got PhD.
Yes, a person with a Ph.D. in psychology can be called a doctor. The title "doctor" is not exclusive to medical doctors (MDs). In fact, the term "doctor" originally referred to someone who had earned a doctoral degree in any field, including philosophy, theology, and law. Over time, the term became more closely associated with medical doctors, but it is still considered appropriate to address someone with a Ph.D. as "doctor."