Soldiers deployed in Afghanistan are reportedly utilizing Craigslist, an Internet site which offers want ads, personal ads, rooms for rent and more, to arrange casual sexual encounters on American military bases, often with other servicemen. As a result, affiliates of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service based out of Afghanistan are now monitoring the activity of soldiers on various bases and even employing undercover agents to apprehend those who may be violating the Uniform Code of Military Justice. According to the MarineCorps Times , soldiers stationed throughout Afghanistan are using a Craigslist site "presumably left over from the U. Though some ads specifically state that the poster is looking for a female partner, the majority of users seem to be seeking sex with other men.
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By Flora Drury For Mailonline. Afghanistan has long been considered one of the most religious countries in the world: a place where men and women follow Islamic doctrine carefully. But behind the devout exterior, the country is hiding a dark secret - one which the government has tried to sweep under the rug. Bacha bazi, which translate as 'boy play', is on the surface a harmless form of entertainment - young boys dancing for the entertainment of their elders.
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I've heard from many religious Americans that they feel threatened because the White House, the House of Representatives and, effectively, the Senate are all controlled by Democrats. And one of the first measures the new Congress is voting on seems to confirm their fears: the Equality Act , which could undermine religious rights and portray time-honored religious beliefs as un-American. The Equality Act as written insults our nation's foundational commitment to the rights of religious believers. The House first passed the legislation in , but it stalled in the Senate.
Ahmad seems like any other teenager in the Afghan capital, Kabul. He goes to school, hangs out with friends, and lives at home with his parents. But the year-old is hiding a dangerous secret that could get him imprisoned or killed: He is homosexual. Homosexuality is a taboo topic in Afghanistan, a socially and religiously conservative country.