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A Japanese men's magazine has had to issue an apology after publishing a list ranking universities on how easy it is to convince female students to have sex at drinking parties. The list in the issue of the weekly magazine Spa!
One woman launched a campaign calling for an apology and for the article to be removed.
It referred to the practice of gyaranomi - drinking parties where men pay women to attend. The article in the 25 December issue said the parties were popular among female college students and included an interview with the developer of an app intended to help men and women find potential attendees.
The article mentioned five colleges where students were "easily available" at drinking parties, and described how to "coax" women and judge whether a woman was sexually available based on her clothing and appearance, reports say. The petition started by Kazuna Yamamoto on change.
It's not funny at all," she wrote on the petition. We demand Shuukan Spa take this article back and apologise, and promise to not use objectifying words to talk about women.Miami Sandbar
Japan ranks low in global gender equality rankings, and has remained slow to embrace the MeToo movement. Last year, a government investigation found that at least nine Japanese medical schools had manipulated admissions, in part to exclude female students.
Reports cited concerns that many women would not go on to practise medicine. Medical schools 'rigged women's '.
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