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The famed erotic French novel set the world on fire in 1954 with its themes of female submission, but it wasn’t until about 40 years later that the author revealed that Reage was only a nom de plume.
While in North Korea the concept of homosexuality is not known and sex is a private issue whose public display is not well regarded, whatever it may be (this includes any kind of association, activism or cultural production), in South Korea the society is polarized among the elderly, increasingly Catholic, who monopolize politics and administration and the much more open and liberal young people, who usually live inside the closet.
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