Comments on: This is what a chikan looks like Binaural Podcasts From Japan Thu, 09 Nov 2017 20:35:12 +0000 hourly 1 By: somebody Thu, 22 Oct 2009 08:20:59 +0000 WHAT??? You turned the dude in? That was free a$z and you turned him in. Shame on you! You should of just jumped in and enjoyed. All you had to do was stick two fingers in her, and you would of had a blast…… oh, wait, are you gay? That’s it! Your a fag, it all makes sense now. Btw, fag, you should take this post down. Innocent people trying to get off, find this on google and get pissed cause you make them flacid. Thats depressing. Well I’m going to go rape a school girl while you keep depressing the horny.

By: Rich Pav Mon, 12 Oct 2009 13:26:49 +0000 Fuck you and fuck your “I’m an outsider” bullshit. You weren’t there so you don’t know what you’re talking about. If the same thing ever happened again, I wouldn’t do anything differently, and every Japanese woman I’ve spoken to supports me. I don’t know who you are, nor do I care.

By: CJ Mon, 12 Oct 2009 12:34:47 +0000 You realise you made things worse for the victim, right?
All you did was draw out the ordeal by embarrassing her in front of the police. I know the whole chikan thing sucks, but you’re an outsider to another culture. If she wanted justice, she would have said something.

By: afsdfas Fri, 27 Feb 2009 22:43:17 +0000 Why the hell did the victim not press charges?
That makes me so mad!! I applaud you!!!!

By: Razel Thu, 12 Feb 2009 15:56:36 +0000 Anyone consider that some women don’t press charges because they actually like it?
Now before you all start shouting at me, i’m not saying all women are asking to be sexually assaulted. but what i am saying is that women’s sexuality is often repressed, especially in countries like Japan from what i understand. This often disables women from admitting to enjoying sexual contact. Unlike in many parts of rock/goth culture that i have seen, in which “groping” at concerts can often be a reason for some women to attend.
A female friend of mine is one such woman. She loves to be touched like that at rock gigs.
Now, i say this not to vindicate sexual offenders, but to offer a possible understanding into reasons why some women don’t report or press charges on these matters. People are complex and so require a diathesis rather than a reductionist theory to explain.
Understanding these reasons can possible help us to reach out to others and maybe in doing so can help put an end to sexual assaults.

By: tom Sat, 03 May 2008 09:29:44 +0000 to the guy with the peeping tom problem

the police most likey changed your statement based on profiling and not to say that they did not believe you

a good example of profiling

is i got mugged last night night and i could not give any description of the suspect except his hight the suspect most is likely black

profiling is based off of demographics if most Japanese’s men smoked allot then u should have caught him profilng is not 100% accurate hince they said Asian that would include a Japaneses man and they said possibly Korean because u had rulled out a another Asian ethnic group filapinos they want to catch this guy as much as you and are doing thare best

By: salviussucks Mon, 17 Mar 2008 03:24:43 +0000 Of course it’s possible that a few women enjoy it but I’m sure the vast majority of them just want to get to their destination without being humiliated and treated like a piece of meat.
It’s much, much more likely that a few of the above posters have misinterpreted shyness and embarrassment as consent or arousal. Cultural differences need to be remembered.
Also, and I can’t believe I have to say this but,
1) People are allowed to go commando without getting molested. It’s not consent. (Again, I’m not saying that no passengers are turned on by frotteurism. I’m saying that a lack of panties is not necessarily linked to it. I am also saying that people have the right to wear what they want without being groped/raped/whatever. Victim blaming is shitty logic.
Driving a nice car doesn’t mean it’s your fault if it gets stolen. It’s the fault of the person who stole it. It is wrong to steal cars and to grope women on subways. It is not wrong to have a nice car or wear sexy clothes.)
2) Low self-esteem or feeling unsexy hardly necessitates “flattery” in the form of molestation. These are guys (and some women) who get off on making people uncomfortable. That’s not exactly flattering.
3) Women (including Japanese school girls) have much, much better ways of “relieving tension” than being groped on public transportation. (And Jack, I know you’re just repeating what you heard. This is simply for the record.)
Just some food for thought 🙂
The pic reminds me of the HollaBack movement:

By: Jack Fri, 22 Feb 2008 09:08:18 +0000 Interesting thought, and actually true.
Due to the stress and pressure put on the younger generation (upper High School girls), it has been alleged that they sometimes encourage the act as a way of relieving tension…

I am not confirming this is true, but just what I have read about…

I think its terrible to be honest, but such as life.

By: John P Sun, 17 Feb 2008 02:44:44 +0000 Did it ever occur to anyone that perhaps this young woman was enjoying the feel of a man’s hand on her buttocks. Probably after she got to the police station she was so annoyed with the fact that her enjoyment was interrupted by this ‘mr. goody shoes”.

There are thousands of Japanese females who ride the trains and buses who do not wear panties in the hopes of getting groped and fondled in their most private body regions. For many of these Japanese females, getting groped on crowded trains and buses is proof positive that they are still attractive and desirable.

By: heidi Mon, 28 Jan 2008 02:34:26 +0000 FANTASTIC JOB!! these sickos think they have a sense of entitlement. Thankyou for doing something about it. that one hour of your time has brought awareness as far reaching as melbourne australia.