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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 What Is It? When? Who? Young boys are taught to dance and sold to wealthy men as sex toys Where? Afghanistan Wealthy Men (usually merchants or rich men) Homeless, usually sold by parents, kids between 8-19 years old BY: Amelie Dury 9B "Playing with Kids" Used to be a tradition a while ago that died out but is recently reapearing The Cycle of A Bacha The wealthy men dresses up his Bacha into women clothes (dress, fake breasts, a scarf and bells at his feet). He bring him to an events (usually after parties with NO women) The Bacha dances sexually around a group of men who sometimes tip them After the bacha dances, his owner or even other men take him up to a hotel room and often rape them The Bacha is finally released and bring back whatever money he has collected to his family (if he has one) and tries to feed himself to get ready for another day as a bacha A wealthy man go aroundon the street to find a good looking homeless boys and offers him a job- of course they can't refuse because they need the money. (Or the wealthy man already has a Bacha or more) Facts! 1. Girls are not of any interest as aBacha because women are not allowed to dance in public 3. Bacha Bazi litterally translates to "Playing with Boys" 2. The more Bacha's you have the wealthier and powerful you are 4. Bacha Bazi might be a traditon but it is illegal! 5. Bacha bazi CDs and DVDs are widely on sale. In many of the cafes, men sit drinking tea and watching grainy images of boys dancing, 6. Some kids actually want to be Bacha's and not just for the money.Some kids say thye love dancing and being dressed as females BACHA BAZI Human Right Being Violated No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. (Article 5)And the right to human dignity (Artivcle One) How are they being violated? Sexual exploitation and abuse of minor are already violating human rights. The Owners of the bachas are inhuman and degrading towards the bachas by raping, selling, exchanging, and abusing them. How Can It be Stopped 1.To try and educate children on what Bacha Bazi really is 2. To reinforce the law of Bacha Bazi but showing the consequences of having a Bacha, which would scare of others
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