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truth seeker 09 25-01-2017 10:21 PM

Afghanistan: Young boys dressed as women dancing and offering sex
 
Russia Today's documentary about "Bacha bazi".

'They prefer boys in Afghanistan': Dancing bachas recruited for sex

In Afghanistan women are forbidden to dance in public. Local men suffer – they want entertainment and sex at any cost. Russia Today talked to “bachas”, boys dressed as women who dance for older men at male-only parties, and “playboys”, the bosses who recruit them.

A private party usually ends up with guests bidding for a night with the ‘bacha’ (a ‘boy’ in Farsi).

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JustMe418 25-01-2017 10:28 PM

Thought it was the norm out there. Its certainly well know as there was a documentary on in the UK highlighting this sort of thing

the tealady 25-01-2017 10:36 PM

Has been happening for a very long time.

madbomber 27-01-2017 06:16 PM

A relative of mine who served two tours over there told me that the Taliban had actually outlawed the practice, shooting those they caught violating their edict. When the west 'liberated' the place in 2001, it wasn't long before it started up again and Afghan soldiers/policemen would bring young boys onto American bases where it upset the Marines no end.

truth seeker 09 28-01-2017 01:19 PM

Sick world.

JustMe418 28-01-2017 08:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by madbomber (Post 1062875797)
A relative of mine who served two tours over there told me that the Taliban had actually outlawed the practice, shooting those they caught violating their edict. When the west 'liberated' the place in 2001, it wasn't long before it started up again and Afghan soldiers/policemen would bring young boys onto American bases where it upset the Marines no end.

I have read about this happening and it must be a burden for a lot of them, knowing this vile shit is going on but being told to stay out of it to keep the Afghans on side.

truth seeker 09 03-04-2018 03:02 PM

bump

fairyprincess 03-04-2018 07:25 PM

Its sex, and perverted.....

Its also hypothetical. Given their intolerance to lgbt....

semper_occultus 04-04-2018 07:36 PM

The Use and Abuse of Culture (and Children): The Human Terrain System’s Rationalization of Pedophilia in Afghanistan

www.counterpunch.org


Rationalizing Child Abuse

While much of this story remains unknown, there is some evidence that the US Army’s Human Terrain System (HTS) played a role in rationalizing pedophilia in Afghanistan, both within military circles and in the popular media’s discourse supporting the establishment of these policies. CounterPunch readers may remember HTS as an experimental and controversial counterinsurgency program that embedded social scientists with combat brigades in Iraq and Afghanistan. During its eight years of existence, the program cost tax payers more than $720 million, making it the most expensive social science project in history. It was fraught with ethical problems and was even condemned in 2007 by the American Anthropological Association. Earlier this year, one of us discovered that the Army quietly shelved the program in 2014 following accusations of fraud, mismanagement, and waste (González 2015).

An early public acknowledgment of the abusive practices of the US’s Afghan allies–and of American military anthropologists encouraging military acceptance of Afghan men having sex with boys–occurred on October 10, 2007 on a radio broadcast of The Diane Rehm Show. In an interview, HTS’s Senior Social Science Advisor Montgomery McFate provided an account of how Human Terrain Teams had helped a US battalion accept these “cultural differences.” McFate (who holds a Ph.D. in anthropology from Yale University) said that HTS had raised intercultural awareness and acceptance of something she referred to as the NAMBLA-like sounding “Man-Boy Love Thursday.” She recounted this as a “humorous” story illustrating the role of Human Terrain Teams in establishing military interactions with local populations:


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