In Japan, prosecutors by custom do not explain decisions to the public. Neither she nor her employer identified her. Ultimately, however, resolving the problem requires narrowing social and economic gender inequality, some women said. Administrative Vice Finance Minister Junichi Fukuda resigned in April after accusations that he had sexually harassed a female reporter. Lawyers, activists and many women who have suffered sexual harassment in Japan say victims have long been reluctant to speak out for fear of being blamed. Fukuda denied the allegations, and no lawsuits were filed, but the finance ministry later acknowledged the harassment and docked 20 percent of his pay for six months. In interviews with Reuters, six prominent women said they hoped Japan was at a turning point in attitudes toward harassment, but urged steps to shrink social, political and economic gender gaps to get at the root causes of the problem. Public attention to the topic in the wake of the Fukuda scandal, however, is helping change attitudes.
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