Posted by Michell Leone
It is commonly said female Japanese idols represent the perfect female form in Japanese society. For this reason they are often idolized by both males and females. They are symbols of female sexuality and are often dressed erotically. Good examples of fashion-leader idols were Ayumi Hamasaki, Hitomi, Ryoko Hirosue and Namie Amuro. Male audiences' infatuations with an idol's good looks are fed with detailed information about the idol's measurements, favorite colors, food, hobbies, blood type, etc. Female audiences are interested in imitating their style, hair color, fashion, etc.
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