ANNANDALE, VIRGINIA – An unveiling ceremony was held Sunday near Washington for a statue of a girl dedicated to Korean women who worked in Japanese wartime military brothels, referred to as the “comfort women,” making it the fifth of its kind in the United States.
The term comfort women is a euphemism used to refer to women who provided sex, including those who did so against their will, for Japanese troops before and during World War II.
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