The law has changed, but the sexualisation of minors continues. Her mourning facial expression is another low in the documentary. Film-maker Stacey Dooley was held by Japanese police for two hours during a visit to the country for a new documentary investigating child sexual exploitation. That anecdotally said just looking at the crimes that Dooly was looking at, both countries but Japan especially just don't collect enough data accurately enough to compare. I used to live in Japan and for sure the thing that really bothered me about it was the underlying paedo current.
She just gets on my nerves and it doesn't help when she keeps appearing in my recommended tab. I feel like I'm listening to someone chatting in a pub, with such not only preconceived but also condescending manner. I'm not going to take a stance on that issue without scientific evidence, but I don't like to blow smoke out my ass, and any opinion I assert without evidence may not match reality. I wonder if he's Yakuza? Honestly this isn't the first time I've seen something this bad from Stacey Dooley so I'm not surprised by this at all but I am unsure how she is still employed. This was the beginning of the Stacey Dooley Investigates series and not long after its initial couple of episodes, the Child Labour series was commissioned for a second season and so Stacey then went over to the Congo to film Kids with Guns, where she met some of the ex-child soldiers who had grown up around violent conflict and then on to Cambodia where she looked at the huge issue of underage sex trafficking. Japan is notorious for its lack of data collection making it very hard to accurately compare it with other countries. Perhaps one thing that Westerners may notice is a different attitude to young girls.
Also to see if the change in their law had made any real difference on the ground. I won't go on as has pretty much nailed it thoroughly. I usually listen to documentaries as I fall asleep, but God. Amber Tuccaro left behind her 14-month-old son, Jacob. I wonder on what higher moral ground she stands on to pity her interviewees. I'm writing this as an Asian who has lived in Japan for nearly two decades.
Source: I was unable to locate statistics for pedophilia specifically, and I would be very interested to see that if anyone has those numbers handy. They held us against out will. Stacey Dooley explores Japan's problem with the sexualisation of children. The rest of the documentary talks about things like cafes, modelling, and street harassment. Its not a great piece of fact reporting. It was just plain bad and misinforming. While the theme of the documentary Young Sex for Sale in Japan is important to discuss, this documentary is one of the worst I've seen in a long time.
Share The producer explains to Stacey: 'There are just lots of guys in Japan who have this Lolita complex I guess. But if a child wanted to… and he wanted to, that might be cute. Yeah, it was waaaay back then. Any Japanese speaking person want to give us a transcript? Stacey visits a drop in centre and shelter that offers girls the help they need. A great post on a sensationalist pile of drivel. Anecdotally I'd say that Japan definitely has less violent crimes but the lower level crime such as groping and assault just aren't reported usually.
Would I leave my child alone in a room with him? Great content but should have been presented differently. We are talking about the country that has women only carriages to help combat the grouping problem. If they don't, where do they think they are? There is no victim here. The group that Dooley has found seems pretty ideologically driven to me. It was abundantly clear that she arrived with a preconceived set of ideas and a clear agenda and that's what she pursued. I watched this half-drunk on Tuesday night, after the Celtic horror show.
Also, cops have the authority to detain people. This is illegal and very distinct from the cafes if that wasn't obvious. Her body was found two years later but her killer wasn't found and so no-one was ever punished for her murder. Your personal details will not be shared with those companies - we send the emails and you can unsubscribe at any time. Once again, Stacey Dooley delves into the depths of her investigation, letting no barrier stop her from getting to the truth. I actually agree with the guy. Her continuous loaded questions were pretty stupid.
If you can't handle that, don't travel abroad. Please set an alarm and add Stacey Dooley Investigates to your favourites, so we can remind you by email when there's a new episode available to watch. Paedophilia, he declares, is a person who loves children. Speaking to the head of the organisation, Stacey discovers that in Japan youth is a quality that is placed higher than any other. But don't be a jackass. They learn to sew, work in a cotton mill and live the lives of unskilled workers earning about £1.
Correct title and year of release are mandatory. I would like to receive lunchtime headlines Monday - Friday plus breaking news alerts by email Continue Already have an account? In this must-see documentary, Stacey and a team of local authority workers and investigators from the United States follow two sisters who advertise their children to foreign paedophiles through a network of secret chatrooms. I'm 3 minutes in and I'm already pissed off, gonna need alcohol for this one I think. What originally brought me to this link actually was that I was googling to find out what the reaction has been. Side note for anyone reading this, if you go to another country, the instant the plane touches the tarmac, you are subject to that country's laws. Dooley later accosts a woman handing out flyers for a maid cafe- One of many harmless themed cafes in Japan- And pretty much starts calling her a child prostitute. Through that I realized one most important thing.
If so, why is there not uproar in the media? The first episode of Stacey Dooley Investigates was broadcast in August, 2017. I prefer to come to my own conclusions in all documentaries. This issue really needs more exposure to pressure the Japanese government into doing more to protect kids. Three presenter Stacey Dooley discovers the practice of 'Chaku Ero', meaning erotically clothed, in a new documentary exploring the sexualisation of children. He would never do that.