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Date Posted: 19:56:16 01/07/20 Tue
In reply to:
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I have only one example of Kidney theft, and that was from a young adult in China.
What I have several examples form is circumcision, tonsil removal, apendicectomy and tissue sampling from various part of the body.
Nearly all the procedures in my material are legal for specific purposes, but they tend to be spoken very little about to the public.
But what I can see from my material is that in many societies they are used as mandatory health screening and research procedures on kids, and several in combination in the same sessions, without the general public being aware of the practice.
And this also happens in several American societies.
Parents generally do not know about it before the kid is called in. But the parents have usually consented to them by signing general statements, or the authorities have done some decision of making them mandatory.
And yes, this is not as it should be, and that is a reason for my research. Our societies are not actually what we think they are behind closed doors.
My material is by now very comprehensive, and I cannot avoid my conlusions.
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Date Posted: 21:11:16 01/07/20 Tue
My brothers widow dropped by and New Year's Eve we talked for a bit. She is from the Philippines and I brought up the races discussed. These are a custom from about 25 years ago. Other similar things went on before but we're not as publicly advertised.
It is a really big deal for young girls who get to observe nude boys and see erections. It seems only some beaches allow the boys to swim nude and many beaches are privately owned. It seems like the authorities are trying to stop the public male nudity as so much negative press. Paula said rhat Her nieces used to take very close up photos of the boys penises on their phones and they would get very excited the day of the race.
Every village has a race like that but the bigger the city the more and better the prizes are. That would bring more der boys to the race. She said that the older boys were the ones who got boners, the little boys were not as embarrassed over it.
She added that the girls really do pour it in teasing boys with erections trying to get other boys to get boners too.
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