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Published on Aug 24, 2008
As of 2008, unbelievably, still not even one 24-hour rape crisis center exits in Japan. Why? Has nothing changed since the war? Is rape still acceptable in Japan? Rape test kits are not even readily available and rape victims are forced by police to engage in re-enactment photographs of the entire rape against them. Each position of the rape is photographed by the police. We hope that re-enactment photographs will be banned without delay and that rape victims will receive immediate medical care.
One long term resident from Australia, who was raped in Japan, by a U.S. military service member stationed here, is one of three women in the documentary film who talks about the inhumane, outdated and barbaric treatment of rape victims in Japan. Her vision since she was raped in 2002, has been to establish the first 24 hour rape crisis center in Japan. Please hear the voices of the victims in Japan, who need immediate help today.
It is shameful how most victims must suffer alone and in silence with no where to turn to.
This documentary film was made in August 2008 and is the current system of Japan.
If we all work together...we can make a difference. It does not matter where we are around the globe. Just knowing that we are not alone and our goal is one...
Please leave your heartfelt comments so that not even one voice of a rape victim is left unheard throughout the world.
There will come a day - when people all around will say with me...It is not okay.