Japanese women confront grim taboo by saying ‘me too’

Japanese women confront grim taboo by saying 'me too'

When Rinko Nakajiri was first raped by a producer who seduced her with the promise of a record deal, the 17-year-old singer kept quiet, terrified about her career prospects. Twenty years later, the Tokyo housewife has long since abandoned the music industry and is facing her demons, encouraged by the global #MeToo movement triggered by […]

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