Sunday, April 29, 2007


Glass Houses & 'Comfort Women'

Thanks to an anonymous commenter to my "Apologies & Global Dimming" post for the tip on the April 2007 AP report: "Documents: U.S. troops used 'comfort women' after WWII."

Right: U.S. sailors gather in front of a Yasu-ura House "comfort station" in Yokosuka, south of Tokyo, in this undated image released by the Yokosuka City Council.

See also: Opposing Prostitution As a Form of Male Violence: the Swedish Model

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