The newspaper article then notes that traditionally Japan has blamed the men/boys involved, and openly penalizes them while instead offering counseling to the females.
The question expert was responsible for explaining that question to the one or two students sitting in front of them.
Every two minutes, the timer went off and the students stood up and moved to the next question expert.
and in the following case, I would have pushed back.
As a junior high school teacher in Ohtawara-shi, Toichigi-ken, Japan, I constantly had young girls pressing themselves all over me and trying to hold my hand or give me massages (no happy ending! It was a little disturbing, and I did accept the offers of a massage in the teacher's office, but I never thought there was anything untoward in the way they acted towards me.
A junior high boy is said to have advertised: “Recruiting JC in Kanagawa.
You can make a lot so anyone looking for dates come to me,” and to have pimped out a 16-year-old girl for ¥40,000 (~5).A recent article (as of 2011) in the international press states that prostitution is rife in Japanese schools, with schoolgirls of ever younger ages selling their bodies for extra spending money, both to adults and among themselves.Prices for girls in elementary school are said to have dropped below ¥3,000 (~Cdn/US ), leading some to wonder what has and will become of the nation’s public morals.A disadvantage to this activity is that the question experts do not get to learn anything new. They certainly help me by explaining what I would have had to explain a lot of times, but they didn't get their questions answered. It wasn't necessarily the "smartest" kids that were the question experts.