why japanese ? why schoolgal ?
Last edited by Sion; 30th June 2008 at 06:15 PM.
The childlike innocence of a school girl has been destroyed by commercialism. Sex becomes the centre of focus whenever there is mention of a japanese school girl in sailor uniform. Go google and see the results on first 3 pages.
Well, that is life.
I travelled to North Asia sometimes and when i passed by some schools, i was greeted by a lot of school kids going to school or returning home. The enthusiasm, the happiness, the smiles and the childlike beauty is so different from how the media portrays them to be.
This topic reminds me of the the beautiful school girl whose pictures were said to be taken in Japan. I think she was from China and was a TA or something. She was not exactly a school girl but her beautiful look did cause a wave of support in CS over school girls with a uniform costume. I believe we all love those pictures, but in reality, they are but a tool for commercialism.
Hey contaxable, of course it is a fantasy. As I told you, for me it was Gogo Yubari in Kill Bill.
But, in Japan, not Japanese AV, the schoolgirls is social and economic force in itself. They are true, they are real, they drive cultural tastes, they consume, they are indeed a force to be recon with.
Now, after being filtered by perverted minds, mine included, we have what we got. My Gogo Yubari.
That said, as a cultural/pop art, they are fair game, and if we were to do it, let's do it right.
Btw, I know whom you were referring to. Too bad, she was chased off the net by idiots.