Burusera

Burusera is a paraphilia, specifically a sexualized attraction to the underwear or school uniforms of girls or young women.wikipedia
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Japanese school uniform

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It is a word of Japanese origin, coined by combining burumā, meaning bloomers, as in the bottoms of gym suits, and sērā-fuku, meaning sailor suit, the traditional Japanese school uniforms for schoolgirls; notably kogal.
Because school uniforms are a popular fetish item, second-hand sailor outfits and other items of school wear are brokered through underground establishments known as burusera, although changes to Japanese law have made such practices difficult.

Child pornography laws in Japan

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Child pornography laws imposed legal control over the burusera industry in 1999.
Article 175 of the code has been applied to underage obscenity, notably in a 1993 case where a burusera shop owner was arrested on suspicion of possession for sale of obscene media, after he had invited a high school student to appear in a pornographic video.

Undergarment

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They also sell other goods procured from schoolgirls, e.g. undergarments, school swimsuits for physical education, socks, stationery, sanitary napkins, tampons and saliva.
The sale of used female underwear for sexual purposes began in Japan, in stores called burusera, and it was even sold in vending machines.

Underwear fetishism

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Panty fetishism
In Japan, this industry has a long-established brick-and-mortar presence, known as burusera shops.

Panchira

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Burusera

Zettai ryōiki

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Burusera

Paraphilia

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Burusera is a paraphilia, specifically a sexualized attraction to the underwear or school uniforms of girls or young women.

Japanese language

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It is a word of Japanese origin, coined by combining burumā, meaning bloomers, as in the bottoms of gym suits, and sērā-fuku, meaning sailor suit, the traditional Japanese school uniforms for schoolgirls; notably kogal.

Bloomers (clothing)

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It is a word of Japanese origin, coined by combining burumā, meaning bloomers, as in the bottoms of gym suits, and sērā-fuku, meaning sailor suit, the traditional Japanese school uniforms for schoolgirls; notably kogal.

Sailor suit

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It is a word of Japanese origin, coined by combining burumā, meaning bloomers, as in the bottoms of gym suits, and sērā-fuku, meaning sailor suit, the traditional Japanese school uniforms for schoolgirls; notably kogal.

Student

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It is a word of Japanese origin, coined by combining burumā, meaning bloomers, as in the bottoms of gym suits, and sērā-fuku, meaning sailor suit, the traditional Japanese school uniforms for schoolgirls; notably kogal.

Kogal

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It is a word of Japanese origin, coined by combining burumā, meaning bloomers, as in the bottoms of gym suits, and sērā-fuku, meaning sailor suit, the traditional Japanese school uniforms for schoolgirls; notably kogal.

Model (person)

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In the 1990s gravure magazines started to feature photos of girls wearing bloomers and school uniforms, some magazines featuring exclusively those types of clothes.

Loose socks

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Along with loose socks they became the symbol of high school girls in the 1990s.

Cosplay

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They are also sometimes worn as cosplay.

Swimsuit

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They also sell other goods procured from schoolgirls, e.g. undergarments, school swimsuits for physical education, socks, stationery, sanitary napkins, tampons and saliva.

Physical education

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They also sell other goods procured from schoolgirls, e.g. undergarments, school swimsuits for physical education, socks, stationery, sanitary napkins, tampons and saliva.

Stationery

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They also sell other goods procured from schoolgirls, e.g. undergarments, school swimsuits for physical education, socks, stationery, sanitary napkins, tampons and saliva.

Sanitary napkin

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They also sell other goods procured from schoolgirls, e.g. undergarments, school swimsuits for physical education, socks, stationery, sanitary napkins, tampons and saliva.

Tampon

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They also sell other goods procured from schoolgirls, e.g. undergarments, school swimsuits for physical education, socks, stationery, sanitary napkins, tampons and saliva.

Saliva

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They also sell other goods procured from schoolgirls, e.g. undergarments, school swimsuits for physical education, socks, stationery, sanitary napkins, tampons and saliva.

Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department

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In August 1994, a burusera shop manager who made a schoolgirl sell her used underwear was arrested by the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department on suspicion of violation of article 34 of the Child Welfare Act and article 175 of the Criminal Code.

Penal Code of Japan

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In August 1994, a burusera shop manager who made a schoolgirl sell her used underwear was arrested by the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department on suspicion of violation of article 34 of the Child Welfare Act and article 175 of the Criminal Code.

Child sexual abuse

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This has been viewed with suspicion as child sexual abuse.