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A detailed overview of the history and development of sexual services in Japan. This thesis will recount sexual services in Japan from 759 AD and culminate in the modern sex trade. It will also describe how sexual services were accepted as a societal norm and how the historic demand for brothels progressed into a billion-dollar industry. The thesis will analyze how the Japanese military and government enabled brothels and expedited forced recruitment of women during the Occupation of Japan by the United States. As Japan experienced an economic growth 1955-1973, a link between corporate entertainment and working-class women formed, resulting in a demand for more sex workers. Lastly, an explanation will be provided of common sexual services available in Japan’s modern sex industry.
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