In the wake of the tragic murder of Sarah Everard, public debate on sexual violence against women has boomed. Like hundreds of thousands of others, the media coverage sparked my own recollection of when I was a victim of sexual violence.
The issue of child sexual exploitation (CSE) perpetrated by gangs in numerous towns across the United Kingdom appeared in headlines around a decade ago. Largely Muslim and specifically Pakistani origin men were involved in abusing and exploiting white, English girls, with one victim as young as twelve. For me, and this may not be politically correct, but there were too many commonalities between cases separated by time and place, to not do some calling out!Continue reading “The Case of Muslim and Pakistani Child Sexual Exploitation Gangs across the United Kingdom”