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Japanese are often described as polite, hard-working, yet passive or shy. But one area Japanese people are not shy about is when it comes to nudity. Girls are wearing shorter skirts each year. Tradition and pop culture is telling Japanese people to remove much more than their shoes. More skin, no clothes, and nudity has become normalized and even celebrated throughout society. As a child grows up in Japan, he or she begins to watch anime and read manga comic books.
‘We just don’t have a proper system’
There is no depiction of actual sex. Meanwhile, in a widely available new DVD, a real-life Japanese model poses in a tiny white bikini. She plays with a beach ball while being hosed down with water. Japan, which has long been relatively tolerant of the open sale and consumption of sexually oriented material, lately has developed a brisk trade in works that in many other countries might be considered child pornography. One particularly big target is manga comic books that depict pubescent girls in sexual acts. Other local and regional governments, including the Osaka Prefecture, are considering similar restrictions. Ishihara spearheaded the ordinance changes, which take effect in July. Ishihara said. The new law specifically bars only the sale to minors of the restricted comics and videos.
On March 13, a year-old Osaka woman was arrested on suspicion of obscenity. The circumstances were unusual. Targeting the purveyor represents something of a shift. The point, the magazine assumes, is to send a warning to the growing number of women selling nude selfies online. This sort of transaction is as old as the internet — much, much older, of course, if one thinks non-digitally.