Delivery health

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Delivery health (デリバリーヘルス Deribarii herusu?), also known as shutchō health (出張ヘルス) or by the abbreviation "deriheru" (デリヘル), is a form of prostitution in Japan similar to fashion health, "health" being a term for sexual services.[1] The difference being that the brothel has no premises and is essentially a call girl (or "escort service") with women being dispatched to their customers' homes or to hotels.[2][3]

Outcall call girl businesses distribute advertising handouts to home and apartment mailboxes, telephone booths, restrooms and the like in big cities in Japan.

References[edit]

  1. ^ McLelland, Mark J. (2005). Queer Japan from the Pacific war to the internet age. Asian voices. Rowman & Littlefield. p. 201. ISBN 0-7425-3787-0. 
  2. ^ Kawakami, Sumie (2007). Rutledge, Bruce, ed. Goodbye Mme. B.: sex, marriage and the modern Japanese woman. Chin Music Press. p. v. ISBN 0-9741995-3-2. 
  3. ^ Bryan, Stefhen Fd (2008). Burton, Susette, ed. Black Passenger Yellow Cabs: Of Exile and Excess in Japan. Kimama Press. p. 318. ISBN 0-615-26810-2.