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We asked author Minori Kitahara, who is also interested in sexual violence that stems from the U. Question: We heard you attended an Okinawan citizens meeting held last June in Naha that protested the incident of a U.
Could you tell us more about that? Answer: I think that people should never be allowed to talk about sexual violence committed by U. Society has a weak sense of sexual violence because a culture exists where men buy women as if they have the right to do so. Question: What do you think about the situation in which minors are being pulled into the sex industry? Answer: I once covered a story in Tokyo regarding the JK business, or compensated dating with high school girls.
At what point does personal responsibility turn into social responsibility? The big issue is that the environment is so well-established that it makes it easy for women to get pulled into prostitution.
We need to also look at laws, awareness, history, and culture that promote prostitution. How do the anti-prostitution laws, with all of their loopholes, compare to the rest of the world? Question: The government works to eliminate child poverty.
However, young people who work in the sex industry while also raising children find it hard to qualify for this type of aid. There seems to be a misunderstanding that the prostitutes put themselves in this situation. What are your thoughts on this?