The number of kids entering the juvenile justice system has declined steadily in recent years, yet girls continue to represent an ever-growing share of those arrested, detained, and committed to custody. In his latest collection of photographs, Girls in Justice , Richard Ross—who has spent the past eight years documenting incarcerated kids—explores the lives of young women in custody. His haunting photos, taken across different detention facilities, illuminate the difficult circumstances absent caregivers, poverty, physical abuse, sexual violence, etc. In the book, for privacy reasons, the girls are identified only by their initials, and their faces are obscured. And I like the money now. I had gonorrhea when I was
I Told My Drug Dealer I’d Do Anything For A Fix, Then He Took Me Into His Basement
These Photos Show What Life Is Like for Girls in Juvenile Detention – Mother Jones
Here's something I don't talk about very often; I'm a survivor of some pretty fucked up cyber sexual relations. The story? I was 14 when I bought my first laptop with my own money. I was lonely, depressed, suffering from an eating disorder and was recovering from incest. I need a reason to wake up in the morning.
My Secret: I Was One of Those Girls Who Had Sex With Older Men on the Internet
The hair on my legs stood on end. Then, the feeling of needles grazing the flesh of my arm announced itself to my brain. It began pumping through my arteries. My blood ran cold.
There are no bad choices. Tynara has a cloak but nothing underneath it. More like Usawild, amirite. Zoey Keeps Her Mask On. Gotta wonder if the thong came with the outfit.