PREMIUM TALKING TIPS: #KuToo: Japanese Women Say ‘No’ to High Heels

Don’t have any idea on what topic to discuss for Premium Talking Today? Then, please check out this article by DMM. 

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Japanese women are saying “No” to wearing high heels at work in what’s been called the #KuToo movement. #KuToo is a play on words referencing the #MeToo movement, with the word “kutsu” meaning “shoes,” and “kutsuu” meaning “pain”.

Yumi Ishikawa, 32, an actress and writer, started the movement in January after she tweeted about having to wear 2-inch heels for her part-time job as a receptionist. “This is about gender discrimination,” Ishikawa said in an interview with The Associated Press. “It’s the view that appearances are more important for women at work than for men.”


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