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How did the Enola Gay fly to Japan unchallenged?
I know the Japanese did not have radar, but were there any fighters in the sky to defend Japan during the drop of the atomic bombs? Did the US think what would happen if the Enola Gay was shot out of the sky? Just curious.
The Japanese did see the Enola Gay but assumed it was a recon patrol. They even sounded a bomb raid siren in Hiroshima but the all-clear was given when they saw it was only 3 planes. The Japanese Air Force was pretty much wiped out by that point and it wasn't worth it for them to chase 3 airplanes flying at very high altitude.
Japan permits their civil to be gay, is that right?
I mean, being gay in Japan is fine, and it's common. No one care about it and it's absolute normal (in their society)
I want to ask in Japan forum but I can't read their letter, please I need the answer
Japan does not have laws against homosexuality. On that note, neither does the US: nowhere in our laws will you find homosexuality declared a crime.

However, what you want to ask is do gays have equal rights. Are they allowed to marry? Are they legally treated the same as other couples? The issue isn't whether it's allowed, which it is, but the degree to which it is accepted in society.
What can I do to legalize gay marriage in Japan?
I live in Japan, and I often hear that in USA, some states allow gays to marry.
and currently Japan the country does not allow gay marriage.
I want to know how gay people in USA fought to get the right.
Is there anything I can do to change the world?
Please help.
FYI, I don't need any gay phobic comments, ok?
Your best bet right now would be to focus on visibility.

I know that it can be exciting to see other countries enacting laws, and you should fight for them in your own country- of course!- but at the same time, our situations are different.

Marriage in America is viewed considerably differently as it is in Japan. While the two are obviously more similar than they are dissimilar, I think few people realize how much of a huge bureaucratic endeavor it is to get married in Japan, and what it means- not just the joining of two people in love, as it is in America, but the literal joining of two families, two massive ancestries, all in public record, coming together. It's a big deal, and it has far-reaching implications that simply extend beyond the normal new family ties created by an American wedding.

The Japanese, as a society, take family pretty seriously (as an institution, that is). Even though it's certainly become a lot more modern, in terms of romantic love and marrying for yourself, there is still an understanding that everybody should get married and ultimately have guyren- that is the indicator of success here. Gay people in Japan have a significant disadvantage as being seen as "unproductive" in this capacity- they do not (generally) have guyren, they do not conform to the family model, they do not contribute to society by raising up guyren, and this, along with the aforementioned seriousness of the public record of marriage, is going to make it hard to get gay marriage approved.

GLBT folks in Japan still have large issues with invisibility, and, as always, the first step truly is making people aware that you're there. That's the first step.

Good luck!
Can gay couples adopt guyren in Japan?
I know there are no civil unions for gay couples in Japan but what about adoption?
Would they treat the case as they would a non-married man/woman wanting to adopt?
Many adoptions there are handled by the Catholic church, and they would never approve such an adoption. Even though your intentions are good, I don't see it happening. Are both persons Japanese or gaijin ? This will also play a factor.
A single person adopting a guy is rare in Japan. They aren't as opened minded as we are here about such things.
You could look into adopting a guy from China or the Philippines. But it's going to be a long and expensive process, if it can be done at all.
How do gay blacks get treated in Tokyo, japan?
Good or bad? If bad then where is a good place to go for foreign gays in japan?
HIIII I lived in Japan all my life. I am now in college in America, but I am going back after college. In Japan most people that are "gay" are called bisexual (English translation). Many Japanese (especially older) are really strict on preserving Japanese culture. Well, since your gay I doubt you will be wanting to date Japanese women, so this is not a problem. Also, the younger generation in Japan LOVES people who speak English. However, older generations will not be as accepting. Try to learn some Japanese before you go, so they aren't as cold. As for being black, don't worry. Black and white is same in Japan. However, many people are racist towards Arab peoples. My advice would be to learn some basic Japanese and just don't expect to go to Japan and everyone to speak English. If you get lost or need help ask a younger person! Also go to kouban (police boxes) The police will be more than willing to help you. They are more like tour guides, than police because the crime rate is low. However, it is rising. Have fun in Tokyoo! Bring lots of money, everything is really expensive there!
Why is there no gay marriage or any gay rights in Japan?
Japan is a secular society. Homosexuality was common in ancient Japan. Why gays and lesbians have no rights there? No marriage, no unions, no discrimination laws, no protections...

What would need to happen for that to change?
Guy porn was legal until around 10 years ago.

Gang rape was legal until around 3 years ago.

They are still catching up in that sense...

Gay marriage is far too progressive for them right now.
How gay friendly is japan?
Hey, my partner and I (gay) are planning on going to Japan for a vacation. How is being gay looked upon? Is it best to not make it obvious that we're in a relationship? What bad could happen if it is obvious?
Thanks.
Japan is extremely bi-polar on the subject of homosexuality. There are some gay men who are practically worshipped on TV (o-nee-mans -- which mean "big sister men"), but I've heard a lot of really nasty things said about gay men. Lesbianism seems under the radar (or maybe I'm a total innocent).

I wouldn't flaunt it. But there are a lot of gay clubs with fun entertainment in Japan. Stay away from love hotels -- they are cheap lodgings, but sometimes there are hidden cameras in the rooms . . . .

Even for heteros, Public Display of Affection is still largely frowned upon. The most daring stuff I've seen on the street is handholding, and a hug or two at airports.
What was imperial china, japan view on gay love? Also cheating on there spouse?
I'm just little curious in imerial china, and japan, and in the royal courts what was that society view at the time on gay love, gay realitionships, and married couples having affairs
I'm not sure about Japan, but I know in imperial china, if you were cheating on your spouse, the townspeople would lock you up, and march you down the streets where people would throw garbage at you. Then they would drown you and the person you were cheating on, into the river. And as for gay love, it was not accepted in Asian society. That doesn't mean there weren't any gay couples, it just meant that they had to be extremely secretive about it since most people did not agree with it.

Hope this helped! I can't say my explanation is historically plausible, but I when you watch enough Asian soaps, this is usually what happens.
Does Japan recognize gay marriages performed in other nations?
I found several articles such as this one:
www.advocate.com/News/Daily_News/…
that indicate the answer is yes.


but it's not on wikipedia.

on wikipedia, where it lists the countries where gay marriage is "recognized, not performed".....
Japan is not on that list.

I know wikipedia has its flaws by 99% of the time it's known to be accurate.
another link.*
www.japanprobe.com/2009/03/27/jap…

www.globalgayz.com/country/Japan/…
Is Japan gay friendlier than United States?
I'm just asking mainly due to the fact how yaoi/yuri manga/anime depicts gay people more honestly and in a more positive light than many of U.S. films and media. Also, United States is kinda heading into the direction of a Christian theocracy.
In Japan people don't kiss and hug in public, so it's usually not obvious is someone is gay or not. People don't really mind what others do in the privacy of their own bedroom whether they are heterosexual or gay. Plus, Japan is not a Chrisitan country, so homosexuality is not a religous sin here.

Also, a sort of civil union for gay couples has always been possible by the older partner legally "adopting" the younger. (Note that this is also done to secure the family line, so just the fact that someone has taken this procedure doesn't necessarily mean they are gay couple.)

All these facts mean there is no hatred or strong public opposition toward gay people. So, you can probably say the country is more gay friendly.

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