Ich habe das in einem anderen Forum gefunden und zu einem Thema zusammengefasst.
Ich denke es wird auch für euch interessant sein, die ihr vorgebt euch für Japan und Anime/Manga zu interessieren:
"We submit that the prevalence of pornography and negative depictions of women in the media contributes to violence against women and to the high number of women and girls trafficked into and exploited as prostitutes in Japan. Japan is said to be the world’s largest producer and distributor of commercial pornography. One popular video series in Japan is entitled "Rapeman." A schoolteacher by day, Rapeman is a character who avenges spurned men by raping the women who rejected them. It is common in these stories that Rapeman’s "repentant prey" falls in love with him. The Rapeman videos are freely available in video shops along with a plethora of other rape fantasies depicting bound and gagged women on their covers. Violent rape imagery is also prevalent in adult comics, known as manga, which are openly read by office workers on commuter trains, as well as in television dramas and magazines. Naomi Tagima of the Tokyo Rape Crisis Centre has stated that she has no doubt that manga leads directly to rape. She noted that "some comics and videos are virtually manuals for rape" and reported that many callers to the crisis centre say their attackers tried to copy what they had seen and read. "
-Quoted from "Japanese Discrimination Against Women" by the Asian Human Rights
"A GREAT FILM! From Japan with English Subtitles, this one is about a different kind of hero...not really a hero actually but RAPEMAN! He takes to the streets to rape women who deserve it [italics added]. This is a very well made big budget film presented in a widescreen format. Includes violence, rapes, and revenge. When a woman in the opening scene blows off her boyfriend of six months after never sleeping with him but screwing around with others, RAPEMAN enters her apartment and takes out his revenge. Bizarre, sometimes funny film. Rated X Quality Rating: A-"
University students are increasingly becoming involved in sex and money-related crimes. A recent series of rapes by well-known university students has shocked Japan.
Members of the Super Free Club, a student organization centered at Waseda University, one of Japan's top private universities, have been arrested for a series of crimes this year, including most recently a gang rape. The Super Free Club labels itself as an organization that promotes friendship among all universities.
However, it was found that their members have been committing violent rapes after inviting co-eds to their parties. If a Super Free Club member refuses to join in a rape, he could be lynched.
The sordid activities of hte Super Free Club came to light on June 19 when officers at the Azabu Police Station arrested five Waseda and Gakushuin University students on charges of gang rape.
On the night of June 18, a group of 20 students, including one co-ed, were having a party at a Japanese-style pub in Roppongi in downtown Tokyo. Drunk, five male students took the co-ed out of the pub and took turns raping her on the stairs. The co-ed reported the crime to the Azabu Police Station.
The five students were found to be members of the Super Free Club, led by Shinichiro Wada, a 28-year-old sop****re student of Waseda University. The Super Free Club was set up to promote friendly exchanges between students from different universities.
The circle has been holding student party events at night clubs in Tokyo, one of which was attended by 2,000 students, and is well-known among university students in Tokyo.
The arrest of the club members triggered many other women students to report to the police that they too had been raped.
Waseda University is one of the top private universities in Japan. Shukan Post investigated the activities of the Super Free Club and interviewed former leaders.
"When I joined the Super Free Club, I was surprised by its strict hierarchical system. The organization was capable of getting 2,000 students to attend its parties, although it had only about 30 members. They were organized into three hierarchical categories — the First Army, Second Army and Boys.
"The major job performed by the members was to sell tickets for the parties. Shinichiro Wada, the leader of the Super Free Club, tasked each guy to sell 3,000 tickets. His team visited other universities to sell tickets. The invitation flyer was printed in red. Wada used to say that red stimulates sympathetic feelings."
"Tickets for our events were sold for 4,000 yen for men and 3,000 yen for women, which brought in sales revenue for the club. Boy members who sold more than 10 tickets had to pay 2,000 yen each to Wada. The Second Army and First Army ones had to give 1,000 and 1,500 yen respectively to Wada, so he got quite rich.
"The more tickets they sold, the higher they rose in the organization. It was easy for the First Army leader to make 700,000 yen a month. Wada's profit was said to be more than 10 million yen a year, but no one exactly how much he made."
There are actually alot more witness accounts but this post was getting too long.
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Also here is some other related info
TOKYO — Police on Thursday arrested five students from Waseda, Nihon and Gakushuin universities for allegedly gang-raping a 20-year-old woman on the stairwell of a building in Roppongi on May 18.
Waseda President Teruaki Tayama and two deputies held a news conference Thursday afternoon to apologize for the incident and promised to study an appropriate response, including expelling the students involved.
According to police, a sop****re Waseda student who runs a private event company called Super Free, was arrested along with two fellow Waseda students, a Gakushuin student and a Nihon University student. The five have denied the allegations, claiming that the victim consented to have sex.
Takehiko Nishimoto, deputy president of Waseda University, said the university was determined to take tough action against such antisocial behavior. The university expelled one student last month after he was caught using a female acquaintance to extort money from a company employee.
In the May 18 incident, police said the five students, ranging in age from 20-28, took part in a party organized by students of another college. Later in the night, about 20 people, including the five and the victim, moved to a pub on the 12th floor of a building in Roppongi.
The alleged rape took place when the five took the woman, who was reportedly drunk, outside at about 8:30 p.m. Police said they gang-raped the woman on the 11th floor staircase, taking turns to keep watch in case anyone approached them.
Accompanied by a friend, the victim reported the incident to Azabu Police Station later that night. (Compiled from news reports)