Question answered: Are Japanese school girls comfortable with short skirts? What happens if someone saw their panties while sitting or running upstairs? Or do they adopt self-control to avoid revealing their panties? Japanese school girls are very comfortable wearing short skirts.
Are the Japanese sexually frustrated? I think so. Why do I say this? Sometimes I try to understand things escaping us, Westerners with our Western vision and our Western mentality. In a nutshell, we wanna know what is the Japanese sexuality culture, and why is Japanese culture so sexualized? I had been in Japan for less than 24 hours, and I was comfortably ensconced in my seat, in the shinkansen Japanese high-speed train from Kagoshima to Tokyo.
In Japan they have a weird attitude towards sex. We've all heard about the used underpants vending machine which seems a bit pervy but harmless though my Japanese friend insists this is an urban myth - but the most famous one is not quite so harmless. The schoolgirl fetish is huge in Japan and it's called JK. She was disturbed that "sexualised images of children were everywhere" in Japan. It was only in that possession of child pornography was made illegal in Japan - it was illegal to make it and distribute it, but not to have it on your computer. Which is pretty crazy, let's be honest.
The short skirts are worn irrespective of the season. The girls may also wear loose socks and scarves, and have dyed hair. The girls refer to themselves as gyaru gals , although this word is applied to several other fashion looks as well. Aside from the miniskirt or microskirt , and the loose socks , kogals favor platform boots, makeup, and Burberry check scarves. They may also dye their hair brown and get artificial suntans. They have a distinctive slang peppered with English words. They are often, but not necessarily, enrolled students. Centers of kogal culture include the Harajuku and Shibuya districts of Tokyo , in particular Shibuya's Building. Pop singer Namie Amuro promoted the style.