One July afternoon when I was fifteen I went for a walk with Vadonna, the girl who lived next door, and her younger brothers and sisters; we were all going to go skinnydipping in a creek on a nearby farm. When we got to the creek everyone was afraid to get naked, except Vadonna. She stripped and waded into the water while the others laughed and shouted and pointed at her from the bank. As we were going back across the field Vadonna and I fell behind the others, and then we lay down to hide in the tall broomsedge. The sky was a deep rich blue, the color of stained glass, and the sun rode high in the swollen clouds like a big gold pocketwatch.
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A ten-year-old boy who was accused of getting a year-old girl pregnant is is too sexually immature to have produced sperm, according to a leading Russian doctor who examined the child for a Russian television show. But the girl has insisted she had no other partner and her words are believed by a Moscow expert psychological profiler. With parental permission, a troubling television show revealed the faces of the children at the centre of a case that has caused deep controversy and concern in Russia. The boy and his parents agreed to his medical examination with the results revealed to millions of viewers when the children Ivan Vanya and Darya Dasha were out of the studio. Despite widespread reports that he made her pregnant, the popular On Air Live show with presenter, Andrey Malakhov, highlighted Dr Evgeny Grekov, a urology and andrology expert, who denied Ivan could be the father.