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Why the Japanese army’s WW II ‘comfort women’ are still waiting for their #MeToo moment
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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