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Underage and exploited: How schoolgirls are lured into Japan’s JK industry

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

Read part 1 here: The business of Japan’s high school girls for hire

SINGAPORE – While working for a reflexology company, 17-year-old Yumi (not her real name) was repeatedly dunked in a bathtub until she blacked out, cut, had her blood licked, and burnt with a lighter, in just the span of a few hours. 1,161 more words

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Schoolgirl Strikers Episode 1


A new highschool for girls is secretly recruiting girls to become part of the Fifth Force to fight enemies coming from another dimension.

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Retro- 2013 Schoolgirls Cup Final

The following SuperValu West Cork Schoolgirls Cup final match report was published in the Southern Star on Thursday March 23rd 2014.

It featured a Lyre Rovers team chasing a Schoolgirls League and Cup ‘double’ plus a talented Riverside Athletic squad eager to claim the prestigious  trophy. 826 more words


Children’s Annuals were very popular in the 1950s — Anthony J Sargeant in 1966

This hardback childrens’ annual was published by Dean and Sons of London in the 1950s. Such books were a popular Christmas present in those far off days.

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Anthony Sargeant

Gov. Kashim Shettima Spends Boxing Day Celebration In Chibok With 21 Freed #SchoolGirls

Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima spent the whole of Monday, being Boxing Day, in Chibok town, where over 200 schoolgirls were abducted by Boko Haram insurgents at a Government Secondary School on April 14, 2014, after a night attack. 738 more words


Japanese factory lures new workers with calendar featuring beautiful cosplayer

Cosplaying in factory work clothes and schoolgirl uniforms is all for a good cause. 567 more words


Opening page of a story in ‘School Stories for Girls’

Published by Dean & Son, Ludgate HIll, London – Anthony Sargeant bought the book in which this story is published at auction along with many other books which were donated to OXFAM.

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Anthony Sargeant