Monthly Archives: December 2015
Martial arts training is actually compulsory once you enter middle school in Japan. So it comes as no surprise to me when I find video clips of real live Japanese schoolgirls fighting against organized crime and other threats to society.
Here are the top five examples.
Here we see an average Japanese school girl fighting against a group of Yakuza thugs. They probably ambushed her on her way to school because she’s still wearing her school uniform in this clip. Read the rest of this entry
Inexplicable, because it didn’t involve anyone I know so I can’t understand why I felt so sad.
In my dream, there was a girl. A young girl. A teenager I think. In the first segment, she was walking to an abandoned school. Then she somehow made her way to an empty classroom and just sat there. Concentrating hard.
And suddenly, images of her school life appeared in the dark, in front of her. Other young people her age appeared like ghosts in the night. They weren’t real of course. Read the rest of this entry
Men objectify women and women objectify men.
Just like how employers objectify their employees and how society objectifies teachers, security guards, plumbers and different sorts of workers.
The moment you walk into a restaurant and place your order without listening to your server’s life story, his hopes and dreams, you are objectifying him. That is to say, you are merely seeing him as a tool for memorizing your order and delivering it to your table. Read the rest of this entry