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Female mayor takes battle to Japan Sumo Association
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female Japanese Mayor made her request she was just ignored. But eventually she was allowed to make a speech from inside the Sumo circle. She finally got her way to be in the center. This is how feminists and women in general operate. First they ask for something small like being allowed to enter a sacred male space.
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