This is just my personal individual opinion and I know it doesn’t make sense to you at all. But could you tell me at least the reason why you disagree with me?
■Summary (Why I don’t like prostitution in Japan – I’m not talking about prostitution in your country, but only in Japan specifically);
1. It leads less dating, relationship and marriage in Japan
– Also it probably leads more divorces and depression in Japan.
2. Women are not objects
– To me, it sounds treating women’s body like a “product”, which I really personally don’t like it. (By the way, most prostitutes in Japan are female). Maybe this is only me, but I think having sex is a very “humaine” thing and shouldn’t be sold as a product. My humanity just doesn’t allow that. How about you?
3. Most prostitutes in Japan don’t tell the family or partner, and nearly half of them feel gulity
– I think this fact just shows that they’re NOT proud of the job. I don’t think that’s good for them.
4. Are their family members (parents, brothers, sisters, children, etc) and partner really OK with that?
– If the answer is yes, I have no problem at all. But I’m pretty sure probably it’s not the case especially in Japan (in most cases). In fact, at least I would never be happy if one of my family members or my girlfriend was a prostitute and having sex with many random men. That fact would be probably too shocking for me and mentally kill me a lot. I’m not saying that you have to follow what your parents or partner tell you, but at least maybe you should consider it, because they really care about you a lot.
5. Are they really enjoying the job?
– OK, maybe you wanna say, “Why do you even care about that? It’s not your business!” Here is the reason why I care about that.
Although the suicide rate in Japan is dropping nowadays, it’s still high compared to other developed countries. One of the big reasons in my opinion is that people don’t enjoy the job.
Even if you work super long hours every day, if you genuinely enjoy your job and have fun every day, I don’t think you commit suicide. (In fact, I usually work more than 14 hours with almost no holidays, but I’m totally happy now. Because I love my jobs so much.)
Rather than reducing the working hours, I think finding the job we love would be more effective to reduce our suicide rate.
Basically, the more people who don’t enjoy the job we have, the more suicides are likely to happen in Japan. (This is just my opinion though).
It means our population in Japan will even more drops a lot. And it eventually gives high tax to the Japanese citizens.
That’s why as a Japanese citizen, I would not happy if many prostitutes are not enjoying the job and doing that just for money. (By the way, so many prostitutes commit suicides in Japan, according to the ex-prostitute I talked with the other day): リンク
Having said that, it’s not fair I just assume they are not enjoying the job just based on my thoughts. So I’m going to interview a Japanese sex worker and ask her whether she’s actually enjoying the job or not.
Again, this is just my personal opinion, so it’s totally understandable it doesn’t make sense to you at all. But since I’m personally strongly against prostitution in Japan, I just want to be clear my strong belief and opinion. I personally believe that prostitution is one of the big cancers in my country and we should seriously work on that.
Please let me know why you disagree with me.
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