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Simon also took in a performance of one of Japan's many schoolgirl bands and noticed that the venue was packed with men of all ages, many of whom paid money to visit the girls after the show and meet them.While it didn't seem out of the ordinary that teen boys wanted to meet girls their age, Simon explained that there were also men in their 40s and 50s who knew all of the band's lyrics and enthusiastically waved light sticks throughout the show.
Innocence lost: Vice News host Simon Ostrovsky (left) spoke with an anonymous Japanese woman (right) who revealed that going on 'walking dates' with men as a teen quickly escalated into underage prostitution She never had to dress up for the dates because her clients preferred young, fresh-faced school girls; in fact the plaid skirt and knee socks she wore on the walks wasn't a carefully chosen ensemble; it was what she wore to high school as an 11th grade student.'The strange thing is that a lot of people look at Japanese culture and think this is all role playing,' Simon said. When Simon asked what her other clients typically wanted to talk about during these sessions, and she remained vague, saying: 'Whatever's fun'.'That was the most awkward thing I have ever done in my life I think,' Simon told Daily Mail Online.She said: 'Yeah.' And her father asked her to explain why she did that.He said: 'Because when I got to your school the teacher said "I heard you have a lot of weed at your house", do you want to explain that? 'She said: 'Yeah.'The youngster then showed her father what she was referring to when talking to her teachers and walked outside.A little girl nearly landed her father in hot water after she told her teachers he was growing weed - getting the drug confused with weeds in their garden.
The youngster was confronted by her father after he was approached by one of her teachers regarding her comment.
For the medical condition in which pain/humiliation is required for sexual arousal and causes distress or impairment, see Sexual masochism disorder.