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Donghae is loved : {Kyuhyun}

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seductive body rub, hip thrust, & crotch belt grab

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@donghae861015: Thank you ELF !! See you tomorrow ^^

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in sierra leone, criminal responsibility begins at age ten, and children - many orphaned and homeless from a decade of civil war - often spend years in freetown’s pademba road prison awaiting trial for misdemeanor offenses, only to later be given harsh sentences.

"in sierra leone, a prisoner is nobody, and a young prisoner is nothing,” said photographer fernando morales, winner of the 2012 tim hetherington grant.

morales documents boys as young as 13, falsely charged with murder and given life sentences for lack of any defense in court, and others who, unable to pay a bribe, are sentenced to years for stealing food or smoking marijuana.

in prison, food and water are scarce, violence is a constant threat, and hygiene is non existent. one outdoor toilet (third photo) is shared by 1300 inmates who have to rely on the rain to wash (sixth photo). many die from basic infection.

when released, most are left without anyone to take them in or skills with which to find work. so moleres, a former nurse, founded free minor africa (last photo) which not only provides bail and lawyers for the kids, and medicine and teachers for them in prison, but offers education and training to help reintegrate them back into society once freed.

“i can’t just go in there, take these pictures…and leave them behind. i need to do something for them. …they are not a lost cause and a little bit of help can make a big difference. if you give them an opportunity to work they will get ahead and establish themselves. they just want a normal existence; i want to demonstrate that and show, with my photography, how the boys can change.”