Comfort women were women and girls forced into being sex slaves by the Imperial Japanese Army in occupied countries and territories before and during World War II. Estimates vary as to how many women were involved, with most historians settling somewhere between 50,—,;  the exact numbers are still being researched and debated. Originally, the brothels were established to provide soldiers with voluntary prostitutes in order to reduce the incidence of wartime rape , a cause of rising anti-Japanese sentiment across occupied territories. According to testimonies, some young women were abducted from their homes in countries under Imperial Japanese rule. In many cases, local middlemen tasked with procuring prostitutes for the military lured women with promises of work in factories or restaurants.
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After all, these women were basically sex slaves. Since prostitution was legal in Japan at the time, the first comfort stations were thought to contain volunteer prostitutes meant to keep the troops entertained. Many of these licensed prostitution institutions existed in an area called the Dutch East Indies, or present-day Indonesia. Essentially, the first comfort stations were recreations of these legal brothels set up near military bases. But as the war escalated and Japan conquered and acquired new territory, it turned to enslaving women.
Japan reopens exhibit closed over censored 'comfort woman' statue
Regarding "'Comfort women' memorial nears final OK" Feb. The Japanese government has never officially apologized. Toggle navigation SF Comfort Women. About Contest.
Mark Ramseyer that claims sex slaves taken by the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II were actually recruited, contracted sex workers generated international controversy, academic criticism, and student petitions at Harvard this week. Since World War II, Japan has propped up and dissolved compensation funds, dealt with lawsuits and investigations, and issued and walked back apologies to comfort women. Of the few surviving comfort women today, many have said they are still waiting for justice. The U. Commission on Human Rights, Amnesty International, and many notable scholars in Korea, Japan, the United States, and other countries have published extensive reports documenting the explicit sexual slavery of comfort women.