Ninomiya answered a listener's question on the talk show BAY STORM (bayfm) about goukon parties. The question goes:
"My husband suddenly asked me if I would allow him to go to a goukon party. When I asked for the reason, he told me that he wanted to have fun and enjoy drinking with women he doesn't know. I became extremely mad. It's not jealousy and things like that, but it has really gotten on my nerves."
Ninomiya responded: "The guy just wants to drink with women he doesn't know. That's all there is to it. Can't he?", and defended goukon parties.
He then continued to say that the man probably just wants to have shallow and fun conversations with strangers, like "birthday guessing games! I'm not sure, but maybe he just wants to do things like that. Can you play that with your wife? Of course not! You already know one another's birthdays! Then can you play blood type guessing games? Of course not! You know that too! He probably just wants to enjoy things on that level.".
Ninomiya passionately continued that men would of course talk about more serious stuff like work and family matters with the wife, but explained that the man would probably want to talk about their favorite celebrities with other women.
"There are women who flat out condemn goukon parties, but to me, that's more of a concern. That actually makes me wonder what kind of goukon parties that woman has attended. When women say, 'I can't believe that you like going to goukon parties', I'd just think 'What is this woman's standard for goukon anyway?'."
Ninomiya was noticeably calm the beginning, but started to become more passionate, and eventually went on to sigh as he dissed women who do not approve of goukon parties.
Then what would this guy think of a woman who'd say "What's up with men who condemn goukon parties?".
But going to a goukon when you're already married? You must be stupid. People defending this are nuts.
It wouldn't be a problem if the guy is single and didn't have a girlfriend, but guys who go to goukons without wearing their wedding rings are just disgusting. If you're married and you're planning on going to a goukon, wear a ring... I bet that the husband of this listener pretends to be single when he goes to goukons.