What if my father would touch me, asks Jacob. In planning his deception, it is not love for his father, nor respect for his age that drives his hesitation; rather, it is the fear to be found out.
Covering his arm with the hide of a kid, pretending to be that which he is not, Jacob is now ready for the last moment he is going to have with his father.
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What If My Father Would Touch Me?







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