Comfort women were women and girls forced into sexual slavery by the Japanese Imperial Army during World War II. According to testimony, young women from countries under Japanese Imperial control were abducted from their homes. In many cases, women were also lured with promises of work in factories or restaurants. Once recruited, the women were incarcerated in comfort stations in foreign lands. Beatings and sexual torment were said to be common for these poor girls.. But one girl stood out to the military officer at this Comfort Station. She was stubborn, feisty, but she was also caring, respectful, and kind. She did not belong here to be used by every man that walked through the door. Perhaps the officer thought that was the case at first, but maybe she grows on him.