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Echte mannen eten geen kaas : vier jaar in handen van een loverboy

by Maria Mosterd

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In this book, Maria (20) tells her story about being in the power of a loverboy from age 12-16. I've no idea if loverboy is an English word, but it means a boy who seduces girls, promises new clothes and then it turns out she has to be a hooker. Maria tells her honest story of what happened to her and I was shocked by it. I knew these boys are there, but never thought about their impact and power. I noticed that I was looking different and the groups of boys hanging around at the railway station this evening...

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