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What Thinks IEVAWC



My seven years old niece have started getting sensitive with her body part to the extent of not even fancying her mum talk more of uncles see her nakedness………. Well, neighbors and other people close to the family seems to be having problem with that, claiming that how can a small girl like her behaves like that on account that she has nothing to hide!…… I happens to be the only one in support of what the little girl is doing. My argument revolves around the drastic change in our wicked society where children are being abused and molested every day by the least expected culprits like a game. So I feel it’s even a good thing when a girl doesn’t feel free with adult about her nakedness because that may go a long way in to curbing some sick minds from attempting something fishy…..but what thinks IEVAWC?

Ralph LuSkills


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