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A Japanese tabloid magazine apologized on Tuesday for an article that ranked local women’s universities based on the alleged willingness of students to have sex at drinking parties. “We would like to apologize for using sensational language to appeal to readers about how they can become intimate with women and for publishing a ranking, with real university names, that resulted in a feature that may have made our readers uncomfortable,” the editorial department of Spa! magazine said in a statement to CNN . The October 2018 article explored a practice called “gyaranomi,” which are drinking parties where men pay women to attend. A reporter interviewed an app developer who organizes these... Full story

11 January