harassment club
 n.— «It is the night life of Tokyo and Osaka that seems to propel Mr. Mezrich—the hostess clubs, “soaplands” and “sexual harassment clubs” in which Malcolm’s colleagues conduct so much of their business. Harassment clubs, one learns from the book, are stage sets of sorts—mock subway cars filled with young women dressed to look like schoolgirls where men pay for the right to chat and fondle.» —“What Do Men Really Want (To Read About)?” by Ginia Bellafante New York Times May 23, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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