The rising psychological and physical toll of the pandemic in Japan has been accompanied by a spike in suicide among women. The burdens have been compounded by the stresses of a culture grounded in social cohesion and peer pressure to drive compliance. https://t.co/DesQKBVoz1
@nytimes I can't help but shake the idea that PART of the reason is shame society. In my mind, one of the biggest goals in anyone's life should be to stop giving a flying **** about what anyone thinks about you. Be yourself and be happy with what you are and your own morals/norms.