Sumo wrestling: The growing sexism problem in Japan’s traditional sport

These are external links and will open in a new window Japan’s sumo wrestling authority has postponed a decision on the sport’s “men-only” policy. The Japan Sumo Association (JSA) met after a recent string of scandals, including when women were made to …
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