Japan : #MeToo Japan: What happened when women broke their silence

In Japan, where the spectre of public censure looms large … Hiroshi Shinozuka, the head of TV Asahi’s network news division, explained she had taken her story to the magazine after being advised against reporting it. “We are doing some deep soul …
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