In 1937, the women’s rights activist Shidzue Katō opened a birth-control clinic in Tokyo with Margaret Sanger as the guest of honor. Soon, along with about five hundred left-wing men, Shidzue was arrested by the Tokkō (Special Higher Police) and the clinic was closed.
She certainly looks evil with those black lips. So interesting how our battle about women’s bodies and their power to give birth continues today. Holly