The unspeakable symbiosis behind child pimping gangs
There are two critically important insights in the shattering and moving drama series Three Girls, broadcast on BBC1 last week. The first is the refusal of the authorities to acknowledge what had been going on for years under their noses: the grooming, rape and sexual trafficking of young white girls, some aged only 13, by gangs of overwhelmingly Pakistani-heritage men. The second is the way in which Britain’s indigenous society effectively served up these child victims to their attackers on a degraded cultural platter.
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