Afghanistan has been rocked by allegations of sexual harassment at the highest levels of government. Officials deny wrongdoing but a BBC investigation has heard from women who describe a culture of abuse. In a house near the foot of the dusty mountains that surround Kabul, I meet a former government employee. She asks to remain anonymous because she fears a backlash. But she wants the world to hear her story.
Patra. Age: 27. My open mindedness will nicely surprise you! We can try everything! It’s fun and turns me on! I always totally focused on my partner and cover him with my warm. I am extremely sexy and love to play with that. I never rushed and that will give us relaxing intimate time together.
Husband, father, sex worker: As adults, Afghanistan's 'dancing boys' lead double lives
CHAPTER 9. Selling Sex in Afghanistan: Portraits of Sex Workers in Kabul
Talking about sex and sexually transmitted diseases can be tough for any teenager, but it can be especially difficult in culturally conservative countries like Afghanistan. Along with other participants, she received information on how condoms can prevent the spread of disease and play an important role in family planning. The participants say the discussions allow them to express themselves, share their concerns and talk openly about the challenges they face growing up together in Afghanistan. Najibullah, who is 18, says talking with his parents about the change from adolescence to adulthood was too embarrassing. The high school workshops focus on the importance of communication within communities and families, how to handle peer and parental pressure, good decision making, problem solving, and goal setting for the future.
Anya. Age: 24. I will show you the world where the sexual dreams become real, and the graceful nymph is ready to serve you with every cell of her body and experience.
Calls grow for arrest of Afghan ex-football chief on sex abuse charges
Two women who had been charged and proven guilty for murdering an Afghanistan official have been officially released along with other Taliban prisoners under the Afghan-Taliban peace deal. This duo had lured an Afghan official with promises of sex and had then shot him dead and dumped his body at a cemetery nearby. The two were then arrested and were kept with several other Taliban prisoners in Afghanistan. The two women were now released with other Taliban prisoners when Afghanistan government held peace talks with the Taliban.
Out of 16 cases of child marriage studied by the authors, only one ended in a conviction. Only half of the documented cases of violence against women and girls reported to the justice system in Afghanistan reached a primary court, finds new UN report. Impunity remains prevalent. In 40 cases, victims of violence had resorted to self-immolation or committed suicide, suggesting they did not have faith in the justice system. Bachelet said.