Identity Crisis Among American Youth

When trying to solve water crisis around the globe, we are overlooking some important domestic crisis - the use of fake identity among American college students. Alcohol seem to be the need as essential as water for these youngsters, preoccupied with drinking and partying. Fake identification documents, often bought online from sites like Freedom Fakes or printed on campus, are used to cheat upon age related limitations. We interpret this as an identity crisis, which we can not solve with simple prohibition. Instead, Globalwater offers healthier choices for college students, such as getting involved in one of our missions - read Reddit reviews and feedback here https://www.reddit.com/r/FakeIDForum/.

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