Azuka Yaya comments

Posted in: Debate on separate spouse surnames heats up before court ruling See in context

@hechendorf, the problem is not the kind of traditions certain culture have, but the reasons behind to want to change these traditions, and the meaning of these changes for the people that share a culture.

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Posted in: Debate on separate spouse surnames heats up before court ruling See in context

In my opinion the simply the proposal of this kind of changes is sign of the global trend to expect less traditional families, something that is coherent with a context of people being less willing to make sacrifices for the sake of family in the meeting of their own roles and with people being more permissive with divorce. Thus I think that the real problem here goes beyond the use of names and have to do with the context that is pushing the changes.

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Posted in: 'Izakaya' operator to pay Y133 mil over employee's suicide due to overwork See in context

Why didn´t she quit the job?

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Posted in: Japan cuts female leadership goal in blow to 'womenomics' See in context

I think that all the policies Japan have make since many years ago, wont increase Japanese economy, neither will increase birthrate; but have sow conflict between men and women.

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Posted in: Gov't to tackle maternity harassment, day care to slow population decline See in context

The problem is far bigger than the solutions Abe is proposing.

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Posted in: Japanese company offers insurance plan to protect against false train groping accusations See in context

How terrible must be the situation for men that they have come to the point where an insurance company comes with this? I just see astonished how the things have come to that shocking extreme. Groping could be annoying, but it’s really hard to believe that something as simple as touch another one could be taken as a crime. And if I’m saying this, it’s because it had happened to me and I know what it means. It is something that won’t harm you, something that you could even not remember 5 minutes later and something that won’t be prejudicial for your life neither your future, in conclusion is only a minor offense. In addition, in general only showing that you are aware and against with what is happening will be enough to stop it, and finally, even when I never felt the necessity to do it, one can always slap the one who is bothering you. The latest could be something reasonable, but make it a crime NO NO! it’s wrong, ridiculous and eventually a source of evil!

And the screen is even worse when you consider that besides the disproportional violent overreaction that government put over simple offenses in their new misguided laws, it is applying this disproportion over issues where there is usually only one person’s word against another person’s word and there is no more because the nature of this kind of problems make almost impossible to get an unequivocal proof. Do you see the danger if it happen that they didn’t use the principle that all are innocent until proven guilty for an issue where real proofs are not really expected and punishment is out proportion?

Besides of this, one of the consequences of laws of this kind is that they can make men easily and justifiably to think that government is giving an unfairly treatment to them and that its trying to put women over men, something that could lead men to feel resentful toward women and end with a very unhealthy and full of hatred society. That’s why I think it is not a surprise that many years ago when there weren’t that many laws, the society was healthier.

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Posted in: Japanese company offers insurance plan to protect against false train groping accusations See in context

Unfortunalely it is not possible to edit comments her, so I ll update my comment here:

How terrible must be the situation for men that they have come to the point where an insurance company comes with this? I just see astonished how the things have come to that shocking extrem. Groping could be annoying, but its really hard to believe that something as simple as touch another one could be taken as a crime. And if Im saying this, its because it had happened to me and I know what it means. It is something that wont harm you and something that you could even not remember 5 minutes later without any change in your life, in conclusion is only a minor offense. In addition, in general only showing that you are aware and against with what is happening will be enough to stop it, and finally, even when I never felt the necessity to do it, one can always slap the one who is bothering you. the latest could be something reasonable, but make it a crime NO NO! its wrong and eventually a source of evil!

And the screen is even worse when you consider that besides the disproportional violent overreaction that goverment put over simple offenses in their new misguided laws, it is appying it over issues where there is usually only ones person word against another persons word and there is no more because their nature make almost impossible to get an unequivocal proof. Do you see the danger if it happen that they didnt use the principle that all are innocent until proven guilty for an issue where real proves are not really expected and punishment is out proportion?

Besides of this, one of the consecuences of laws of this kind is that they can make easily and justifiably men to think that government is giving an unfairly treatment to men and that its trying to put women over men, something that could lead men to feel resentful toward women and end with a very unhealty and full of hatred society. Thats why I think it is not a surprise that many years ago when there weren’t that many laws, the society was healthier.

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