“In a recent livestream, the artist said, ‘You know, it’s the month of June, and I’m nonbinary. So, Happy Pride Month!'”
“With Utada’s announcement, Japanese morning TV explained to viewers what nonbinary means. These topics of conversation don’t typically show up on Japanese morning TV and will most certainly raise awareness in Japan.”
“Earlier this month, Utada discussed gender markers on Instagram and how traditional prefixes made them uncomfortable.”
“I’m sick of being asked if I’m “Miss or Missus” or choosing between “Miss/Mrs/Ms” for everyday things😩 It makes me uncomfortable to be identified so markedly by my marital status or sex, and I don’t relate to any of those prefixes. Every time, I feel like I’m forced to misrepresent myself. I long for an alternative option, one that anybody of any gender or social standing could use.…After writing thus far I looked it up and discovered that “Mx.” (pronounced as “mix”) has been suggested! That’s awesome and I hope it becomes more widely used. I’m afraid my idea for a neutral prefix has come too late…”
A Sri Lankan illegal died in Japanese custody which caused a bleeding-heart uproar from the Japanese left. In response, the ruling party decided to cancel enacting the Immigration Control and Refuge Act, which would have allowed foreigners to be deported even while applying for refugee status. This leaves a giant legal loophole, where if you are at risk of getting deported, simply claim refugee status and you have indefinitely extended your stay!
The Japanese continue to crumble from accusations of “discrimination” and their country walls continue to fall, brick by brick, until they are swarmed by illegals they are too fearful and too shamed to approach.
Affects foreign residents, tourists, business travelers, and even Japanese citizens. Everyone.
Enacted by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, as of March 18th, international inbound travelers will be required to install three apps on their smartphones before leaving the airport: the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare’s COCOA COVID-19 contact tracing app, Skype, and OSSMA (a location confirmation app.)
The combined apps are to be used in confirming compliance with the 14 days of self-quarantine that inbound travelers are required to complete before moving about the general population. Those without smartphones will be required to rent one from the airport and pay out-of-pocket.
In addition to showing that the apps are installed and running, inbound travelers will also be required to sign a written pledge to comply with the protocols. Failure to do so can result in public publishing of the violator’s name and, in the case of foreign nationals, deportation, including the revocation of residence status for foreigners living in Japan on work or study visas.
Ozeki, the most well-known sake brewer in Japan, has joined the western corporate trend of virtue signaling to the LGBT community with a rainbow-plastered version called One Cup Rainbow, with the tagline “We Celebrate Diversity“. Ozeki says the new sake was created in response to proposals from young local employees and strong requests from overseas customers.
Ozeki has been following this trend for some time. In 1996, they removed the gender checkbox on job application forms for new graduate recruits, and in 2008 they created a consultation service to help prevent sexual harassment in the workplace. They also revised harassment policies to include sexual orientation and self-identification, force training of LGBTQ matters for managers.
It will go on sale in Japan in time for Pride Month in June, and later in eight countries around the world to celebrate diversity and inclusivity.
Those living in Japan will instantly recognize the face of Naomi Watanabe, as her advertisements have been plastered on every train on every major train line in Tokyo. Pushing feminism and LGBT through contemporary art stylistics:
She’s also made major headways into TV and internet media, being featured on Netflix’s “Queer Eye: Japan” having almost 10 million followers on Instagram, and being listed as one of Time magazine’s “most influential people on the internet.”
Yesterday, Watanabe made the announcement she is moving to the United States signed with two talent agencies, Los Angeles-based ICM Partners, which operates in the movie, TV, music, and new media sectors, and New York modeling agencies IMG Models, suggesting that she intends to continue her multi-faceted career that spans comedy, acting, music, and fashion.
Let’s take a closer look at ICM Partners and IMG Models:
With this unholy partnership, Watanabe’s star-power in Japan gives the chosen people a direct pipeline to flood Japanese-tailored cultural marxism into Japanese media. Soon to be surrounded by entirely (((American))) influence, Watanabe’s entertainment will embrace a much more woke message, packaged for the Japanese audience.
Simply put, it means transforming 21st-century Japan into a “diversified multiethnic society.” We should aim for a nation where talented people gather from all over the world to Japan, where success stories are born for the world. Specific policy issues for this are (1) English as the second official language (2) Granting the right to vote for resident foreigners[…] (4) Reviewing all Japanese systems that do not meet international standards.