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Posted in: Japan, wary of outsiders, keeps doors closed to refugees See in context

Do you have a skill to offer the Japanese Economy? Can you communicate in Japanese or are you willing to take intensive lessons to get there in a short period of time? Do you have enough savings to not be a burden on the Japanese government?

If you can answer yes to 2 of those 3 questions, then take their application seriously. The declining birthrate shouldn't be the reason you let in tons of people who have no clue about Japanese language, society, lifestyle, and have nothing to immediately offer the economy. Why should Japan go out of their way to further weaken an already crippled economy?

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Posted in: Court ruling is latest setback for Japan's working women See in context

Firstly, a single name for a family is easier in almost all respects. It clearly shows relationship to each other (for example, children with the same last name). I don't think the law states the female must take the males last name. When I married I asked my wife which name we should use, she told me to pick one so I chose mine. Case closed. I did not force her, nor did any law force her to. I'm really sick of all this feminist agenda displaying the news as if women are constantly victimized for the choices they make.

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

Keeping your birth-given name = No problem. Using a hyphenated name = no. no. no. Not only do they look ridiculous on paper, they clearly state "I'm too selfish to choose one, so I want both" <- (Pg13 way of saying what I wanted to get across.)

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Posted in: Muslim proposal prompts calls to ban Trump from UK, Israel See in context

How does Muslim = Race? Last I checked Race was genetic and Religion is choice. Calling Trump racist for wanting to bar Muslims from entering America is ridiculous.

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Posted in: Kimono queens See in context

What does this have to do with abe's ridiculous economic plans? 3 Pretty girls who WANTED to put on their Kimonos and CHOSE to compete in some sort of event to be recognized. No one told them to quit college and model Kimonos. Western Feminism is toxic.

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Posted in: Trump calls for 'complete shutdown' on Muslims entering U.S. See in context

He'll get my vote. Free religion rights shouldn't trump (no pun intended) common sense. Not even north korea are attacking people as often as Muslims, and we all know how crazy their leader is. Now remove said leader and replace with a book and brainwashing..... yeah, its much scarier.

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

Two people, doing the same job, in all cases which feminists regularly chase, ARE paid the same, and in many cases, MORE to the woman. No credible economist takes that pay gap garbage seriously. Its all about CHOICE. If you choose (and a eating out of the dumpster at McDonalds level of stupid) to get a Gender Studies degree, then you cant expect to have the same OPPORTUNITY that someone with a degree in Mathematics or engineering has. Equal opportunity does not mean Equal outcome. If they want women in politics here, they have to make it appealing to women, or they wont CHOOSE it. How do they do this? Well I'm not sure, I'm not a politician.

And since you have volunteered that you are a male feminist, whatever that means, maybe you can enlighten us on why you all aren't fighting for equal representation in Roofing, Plumbing, Coal mining, Construction, or Fishers? I bet I can guess, but Id rather get an answer from someone who claims to be fighting for equality.

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Posted in: An old scourge, syphilis, making a comeback See in context

@RealityofFake because women are the gatekeepers to sex. Women choose who to have it with and when to have it. Its like asking "why do companies get to choose when payday is?" Because they have the money and you want it, so you play by their terms.

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Posted in: 16-day-old girl dies after being put in trash can by parents See in context

Unemployed man married to a minor woman and having children. Sounds like the gas chamber needs some new contestants for "How long can you hold your breath." Maybe then they could understand how their poor daughter felt.

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Posted in: Japan's tiny refugee community urges Tokyo to open doors wider See in context

I'll just say: "We're good, thanks" to the refugees.

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Posted in: Shangrila, a maid cafe staffed exclusively by cute 'plump' girls, opens in Akihabara See in context

Disgusting. Who would go to a place like this where you have b-rate models blowing kisses on your food next door. These places are ridiculous to begin with, but adding fatties instead of hotties doesn't make it more appealing, in fact, quite the opposite.

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Posted in: Google aims to begin drone package deliveries in 2017 See in context

Anyone want to place bets on how many of these turn up "missing" when they are out for delivery?

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Posted in: What irritates men most about women? Let's find out See in context

@ Cleo

Nice Quote mining there. To end the quote you cut off at "toys" : I did not just compare women to toys, I compared the reaction from the victim. So yes, I compared men to stupid mice when exposed to attractive women. why is this any surprise? Nearly all straight men have no problem admitting they get at least a little stupid around a hottie. This is exactly why women do what they do, BUT DONT LOOK OR YOU ARE A MISOGYNIST!

Cupcakes are put in displays for the EXACT same reason. The people who cant control themselves will buy them. The people who might want one would stop and consider if it is necessary. The people who don't like shitty food will move on. To put it in exact comparison: The people who cant control themselves because Genetics pushes men to attractive, nice smelling women will approach them, possibly in a non-flattering way. The men who might have an interest but a bit more self control might approach in a civil way. If its a feminist, men who cant get attention anywhere else will side with them in hopes to gain their favor.

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Posted in: What irritates men most about women? Let's find out See in context

Solution:

Make people accountable for their actions. Just because there isn't a physical harm done to someone, doesn't mean it doesn't trigger a response. If you wear tight skirts and wear nice perfume, then you should expect men to approach you, stare at you, daydream about you, whatever. It would be the equivalent of saying "well that dumb hungry mouse shouldn't have tried to take the cheese on the mouse trap." Sure, being able to control that urge and move on to other things would have been a better idea, but when you put EXACTLY what someone wants in front of them and then say "don't.... just don't" is ridiculous. ever try to put a toy in front of a kid and say "Don't play with this?" And before any feminists get their panties in a bunch, I did not just compare women to toys, I compared the reaction from the victim.

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Posted in: 56% of hotels in Japan bar visitors with tattoos from bathing facilities See in context

Establishments have rules. Having a tattoo is a choice, not something you are born with like race or gender. If you choose that, then you have to take the good and bad that comes with it.

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Posted in: Momoiro Clover Z plans concert for men only, drawing complaints from women’s organization See in context

Wc626Oct. 16, 2015 - 03:26PM JST

You are making some pretty strong connections there, when there are none to make. Perverts are perverts. Regardless of what is in the media, they will still be perverts and try to hook up with underage girls. Giving them other candy to look at isn't going to change the issue. You know, sort of like the 40+ women who drool over the Korean boy bands/dramas? Quite a few of those boys are still under the legal age of consent you know...

And FYI, they know they are being sexualized and are willing to do it for the money/fame it brings. Sucks to be a SJW I guess.

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Posted in: Esquire's Sexiest Woman Alive is sultry Emilia Clarke See in context

Quite a bit more "curvy" than I would expect from sexiest woman alive....

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Posted in: Man arrested for sexually assaulting junior high school girl in park toilet See in context

@SenseNotSoCommon The sexualization you refer to is not the uniform, its how they are worn. Have a look at a middle school students uniform. Ive VERY rarely seen them have skirts above their knees, improper fitting shirts, etc. I wouldn't find a middle school student sexy, nor should any person, but the point is THAT is what it is meant to be. The 1cm from the seeing everything length skirts, super tight shirts to "show form," loose socks from back in the day, custom ribbons, etc are all choices made by the girl, illustrated by the girls which leave the house with their skirt to their knees and by the time they reach school it is rolled up so much that is barely covering anything.

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Posted in: California adopts bill ensuring equal pay for women See in context

Peace out,

"Women tend to be less greedy then men" REALLY?

All credible studies show that women and men are paid the same within around 7%, and studies also show that men are more likely to negotiate a higher salary... to the tune of about 7%.

Recent studies show that women are making more than their male counterparts in the younger generation.

Yet women continue to complain they need more, and are treated wrong. Maddox already made a video, complete with references, and probably conveys the message far better than I can, so have a look: http://thebestpageintheuniverse.net/c.cgi?u=hire_women

GIVE ME MORE MONEY!!! I want to keep the days off for my period, maternity leave, and the ability to use my gender to get men to do things like move heavy stuff and help out when I need it at work, BUT I NEED MORE!!

That is the definition of greed.

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Posted in: Taiwan swipe card with Japanese porn star image sells out in 4 hours See in context

@ Black Sabbath - Those people are idiots. @ Novenachama - What is irresponsible about these cards? Children don't know who the woman is. Women who complain because they know who she is, based on the fact it is degrading or sexualizing women, or whatever feminist propaganda they spew, are morons. She made a choice to be a porn star. If any women site any feminist nonsense to oppose that, then they are not feminists. (That would be most people claiming to be feminist, btw)

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Posted in: University student arrested for forcibly stealing woman's underwear in karaoke parlor See in context

Seriously? Rape charge? Sexual Assault? What he did was dumb, but it wasn't that level of criminal.

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Posted in: Man steals woman's shoes, underwear, then posts photos of them to her See in context

@Descended Always have been. Once the youth and beauty are gone, there is little left unless they've spent their youth working up the ladder... in which case no one notices anyway.

@Ali If we were playing chess, I'm sure you'd be white, cause no one white knights like you do.

On this topic, hes an idiot for essentially signing his own arrest warrant, but deserves to be in the nut house. Taking panties off of women is much more gratifying than taking them out of drawers or off of clotheslines. (Do not interpret that as a "forced taking" either)

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Posted in: Man arrested for killing woman after fireworks date See in context

Daito_hak is either a feminist woman or a mangina. Let me break it down really simply for you:

Yes, it is unfortunate what happend, and no, I do not defend this psycho's actions for hurting/killing anyone, man or woman.

HOWEVER man or woman, you have to take the proper precautions and be repsonsible for your actions. Going to an unknown persons house after meeting them 1 time is neither cautious or responsible. If I walked down a dark street in the ghetto by myself at 2am, I would be a victim, yet everyone would ask "wtf were you doing there at 2am by yourself?"

Take another example:

You leave the door unlocked at your house and the door ajar. 3 hours later when you come home all your money and valuables are gone. You are the victim, but YOU didnt take the proper precautions or be responsible.

There are psychos and idiots out there, and psychos will be psychos. You can either be dumb and expect it wont happen to you because you are a woman, or you can live in the real world and be careful, knowing that anyone around you can be that psycho.... most arent, but they are out there.

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Posted in: Is 'One Piece' end in sight? Editor reveals final arc is mapped out See in context

8 year olds watch this, and they're being presented with unrealistic and warped female body images and an asserted male hegemony.

Really? Have you ever watched he-man, or any other cartoon with a male protagonist hero? WAAAAAAH! Im butt-hurt because that is an unrealistic projection of a common man. AND ITS A KIDS SHOW!

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Posted in: Suspect flees after attempted rape in Shinjuku Station restroom See in context

@Commodore really? Teach men not to rape? While you are at it, are you going to teach robbers not to rob and scammers not to scam? All men are not rapists, rapists are rapists. You cant teach someone to be something they aren't. On the flip side, "victim blaming" is just a cop out for "I don't want to be responsible." It would be like saying "Blame the theif for coming into my home after I didn't lock the door." Criminals are going to be criminals, it is YOUR responsibility to protect yourself against them.

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Posted in: AKB48 singer shaves her head as act of contrition for dating See in context

"It's controversial because it is unconstitutional and illegal even in Japan, but of course no-one here will do anything about it (or even talk about doing anything about it)."

Really? I am unaware of any law or part of the Japanese constitution where it states that you cannot agree to NOT do something during the course of your contract with an employer. Please tell me where this law/phrase is, because I had to agree to quite a few things which I cannot do during the course of my employment.

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Posted in: Sex to burn calories? Authors expose obesity myths See in context

21 calories and 6 minutes? Did they go to failville for their survey?

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Posted in: AKB48 singer shaves her head as act of contrition for dating See in context

Why is this even controversial? nothing like a female crying about something to get the feminists up in arms! Did she sign a contract? Yes. Are people expected to work/live by the expectations/boundaries of that contract? Yes. As a matter of fact, not only did she want to be in AKB48000, I imagine her parents had to be part of that contract signing since she was like 15 when she joined. If at any point she felt she couldn't live up to those obligations, she could have quit. Her job is to sing, dance, and be cute and "available" for her fans. I actually like this girl because she is quite different from the other akb48000 girls, but a contract is a contract. She should be kicked out. (That is actually a good thing for her)

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Posted in: Yukina Kinoshita dispenses marriage advice See in context

I dont understand how there are so many replies agreeing with this "The man should apologize" BS. If you are wrong, you apologize. If she is wrong, she should. If she doesnt want to, then tend to your hobby, go out with friends, blah blah. My woman apologizes far more than I do, because she is at fault more often. If you seriously cave into her every time there is an issue, then you probably deserve the lifestyle you have.

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Posted in: Reaching for the Universe See in context

Random Shibuya Girl > This woman.

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