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Grahamstown, South Africa | 2011 View All Articles
By: Christine Mehta (Contributing: Shayna Meliker)
Boys in Grahamstown retreat into “the bush” for a month or so, after they are circumcised as part of the rite of passage into manhood. They live in tents in isolation there, learning how to be a man. Continue reading