Why the Japanese army’s WW II ‘comfort women’ are still waiting for their #MeToo moment

Lee Ok-sun was 15 years old in 1942, when two Japanese men in civilian clothes abducted her while she was out running errands in the port city of Busan, in what is now South Korea. She was eventually …
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