In patriarchal Japan, saying ‘Me Too’ can be risky for women

TOKYO — Japanese women who say “Me too” do so at their own risk. Online comments accused Rika Shiiki of lying and being a publicity hound when she tweeted that she lost business contracts after refusing to have sex with clients. Some said that by …
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