That's a mightily sexist remark, isn't it? I think it's more a result of the animation/entertainment industry. It's video games, not women brimming with energy.
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How about b******s? I think it's more a reflection of the fact that Japanese young find difficulty in seeing right from wrong -- it's the media, I guess.
I totally disagree. Violent images surround kids so they don't know the difference between reality and fiction, and young people don't know how to control their emotions.
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That seems a bit of an extreme thing to say, like he's trying to shift the blame. The kids are too young to even know what that means.
In Japan we see women as the weaker sex, which is what he means, but I don't agree. It's easy to blame the media, but taking a person's life isn't seen as a difficult thing.
That's nonsense. Back in the 1950s, holding hands was a big deal, but teenagers these days do anything. Little kids have been desensitized.