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KABUL, Afghanistan — After nearly two decades of bloody fighting, the United States and the Taliban were on the verge of a provisional agreement that could help end the long war — then President Trump pulled the plug on negotiations. Many Afghans, who express an urgent need for ending the bloodshed, have remained skeptical of the agreement. Over the years we have reported countless stories of people caught in the hopeless grind of the conflict. We recently reached some of those individuals to hear their feelings and fears. Their answers have been edited and condensed.
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Man walks into a bar, watches Afghanistan
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An effeminate young boy kneels with his hands resting in his lap, gazing straight ahead and surrounded by bearded old men in the traditional robes and caps of Central Asia. The ultra-conservative cultural norms that are prevalent in the country mean women are unable to visit most public places and are prohibited to go to parties and dance. As interaction with women is practically impossible, the social void is filled by underage boys who are taught to 'dance' to entertain adult men. When the party is over, men vie for the chance to spend the night with their favourite dancing boy. Afghanistan's bacha posh, when girls become boys.
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A cultural tradition or child sex abuse: Afghanistan’s bacha bazi dancing boys
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