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Schoolgirls for sale: why Tokyo struggles to stop the 'JK business'

10 mins | Jun 22, 2019
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In Japanese culture, the JK business is the practice of compensated dating with adolescent girls. Writing in the Guardian, Tash Reith-Banks investigates this unwanted and persistent business which is causing harmful and damaging attitudes towards young girls.
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