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In the #MeToo era, women used as sex slaves by Japanese in WW II are still seen as prostitutes, not victims
The Japanese government admits the girls and young women in its military-run brothels during the Second World War suffered badly. But what it won’t admit, despite plenty of evidence, including the words of survivors, is that the so-called comfort women were sex slaves who were taken against their will.
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