On Sunday, when the late-winter sun was at its most perfect – warm, not too low, clear of clouds – and when my children were at their most playful, and when my partner was at his most relaxed, I went into town to listen to some “Comfort Women” tell their stories.
And one of them told us that every night when the sun starts to go down, she starts to feel the fear. Because that is when the soldiers would start lining up outside her door.
Today is the International Day of Action for the Justice of “Comfort Women”. Go here to see what you can do.