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Outside the Japanese Embassy, in Jungbuhakdong-gil, Seoul South Korea, there is a protest held every Wednesday at noon by the last living “Comfort Women” and their supporters.  Who are the ‘Comfort Women”?  Comfort Women are defined as women and girls who were forced into sexual slavery by the Japanese Imperial Army for the years leading up to and including World War II. The term "Comfort Woman" is a translation of the Japanese euphemism “inafu” which means “prostitute”. But, in fact, who are the “Comfort Women”? Forget the definition, forget the term. Comfort women are courageous women with names like Yong Soo Lee, age 87, Kim Soon-ok, 90, Kim Bok-dong, 88, and 200,000 others. All who suffered. All with families. All of whom have a beautiful face to the unfamiliar name. Inafu. Prostitute. Comfort Woman. The term “Comfort Woman” is disturbing, though, isn’t it? From whose perspective are these wom… More posts

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Forthcoming May 2015! Fall/Winter 2015. Guest edited by: Kim Anderson, Brenda Cranney, Angela Miles, Wanda Nanibush, and Paula Sherman

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