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  1. aowings1
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    For a country that is 3rd world, and has many problems with poverty and other issues, seems to me they would be concentrating on things that are more important to the people as a whole, and not waste time and efforts on what two consenting adults do in the privacy of their own bedroom… No wonder they are backwards and a Third World Country and will stay there until they realize equal rights for all is what makes their country prosperous and great, by removing judgments, hate and discrimination for all people.

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  4. Gloria Castrillon
    Gloria Castrillon at |

    Release all of them now!

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