Kanako Otsuji, a former member of the House of Representatives of the Constitutional Democratic Party, has become a hot topic.
Midosuji Exit of JR Osaka Station. An ad like this… In Japan in 2022, will sexual illustrations of women be proudly advertised at station exits? pic.twitter.com/nsNlJCMiEr
— Kanako Otsuji (@otsujikanako) November 25, 2022
Midosuji Exit of JR Osaka Station. An ad like this… In Japan in 2022, will sexual illustrations of women be proudly advertised at station exits?
It’s a Chinese mahjong game.
If politicians certify that things made and distributed in China are “sexual”, it’s likely to become a diplomatic and international issue, albeit a small topic. do you think so? https://t.co/4DuV6k5aTJ
— Feminist @feminist_tokyo (@feminist_tokyo) November 26, 2022
“Japan in 2022, will it be an advertisement?” It’s just a generation gap, please update
—boyaki (@boyaki44241580) November 26, 2022
I wonder if all the pictures of lightly dressed girls look sexual.
That’s sexism, isn’t it?
— Leon (@sudachishiumai) November 26, 2022
Please explain how you decided that this was sexual, even though it wasn’t a full-fledged sexual depiction or an advertisement for a R-18 work.
If you had a career as a politician, you would have had the opportunity to travel to various regions and interact with various people.
— Goichi OGA (Doujin) (@goichi_ichigoDJ) November 26, 2022
If you really look at it, you might find it a little erotic, but I don’t really look at station advertisements, so I don’t think it’s a problem.
— Hakuru (@ EkS0ZqbVJdE568s) November 26, 2022
Also, many of these illustrations are drawn by women, and such people draw them with a positive sense of “cute”.
I don’t want to say it’s because it’s a woman, but I would like you to know that it’s a one-sided view that women don’t like it because it’s portrayed in a sexual way (although there are people who say that).
— yatoegg⚡️ (@yatoegg) November 26, 2022
It is a very influential message that someone in a position asserts that a private advertisement at a station can be used as an advertisement.It has already resulted in a lot of criticism, which is very disappointing.
— Kai’s Otaku Culture Lab @ Kai Takuto⋈ (@kai_anime6420) November 26, 2022
Is it really a problem for lawmakers to criticize a picture of this level as if the very act of becoming an advertisement is a problem?
It’s fine if it’s “not to my liking,” but it just seems to hinder economic activity in line with the rules. https://t.co/yOCQkLRss1
— Genjuro Gen-juro (@ky2chui) November 26, 2022
In the past, I used to be a member of the anti-restriction lawmakers.
I have completely turned around. https://t.co/feOWYR3GCa
— Takeyoshi Takamura (@tk_takamura) November 26, 2022
I saw this ad at another station and thought, “Oh, it’s cute, it’s really cute, but I think I’m going to be attacked…”, but as expected, it was made into a “sexual illustration of a woman” and I felt sad… It’s so cute. To. https://t.co/hCvMnGSPZO
— Magical Girl ☆ Mea Amaji (@35TTAGGG35) November 26, 2022
I have participated in Kanako Otsuji’s event, and I have read her book, so it is a very disappointing tweet.
If a lesbian party criticizes illustrations of this level as sexual, it may be thought that they are looking at a real woman with the same level of exposure with a sexual eye.
Are you thinking about the impact your pointing out might have on attributes? https://t.co/ExCAhFYfGH
— Bear 🐰 (@Doll0takuma3) November 26, 2022