There are, according to presenter, 989 words in contemporary Japanese that include the radical 'onna' (woman), and many if not most are negative. There are, in contrast, no words that include 'otoko' (man). The presenter argues that this is an obstacle to sexual equality. Watch and see why.

Key words-phrases: 'onna', 'otoko', kanji, semantic derogation, language usage, language reform, equality
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