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Posted on February 18th 2016 | 3:04pm by Nicki Mogg
“If you’re a female groomer there is absolutely nothing wrong with you – you can do the job you like, don’t worry.”
This has led to some seriously cringe-worthy examples of women being allowed to engage in sex abuse within their own own relationships.
This week in Australia, the New South Wales Supreme Court heard that a male groomer had pleaded guilty to six counts of sexual misconduct against his former servant. He denied raping the 17-year-old and having forced her to have sex.
This could hapxo 카지노pen to anyone. I know I used to. pic.twitter.com/NmhL3mqEZd — Amanda (@Amanda_H) February 17, 2016
While the men had sex with the girl after asking for it, she eventually felt the effects of the abuse and left her own personal space.
This is why there’s nothing wrong with you if you are doing it. — Ashley Brown (@Amanda_H) February 17, 2016
This sort of court case is no longer an isolated one and it’s been going on for years, but with no prosecutions. Why? Because when the woman who has been raped wants justice there’s just not enough money available.
This article has been comp강릉출장샵iled for the purpose of education, and to serve as an example of “if you’re a female groomer there is absolutely nothing wrong with you”.
This article was originally published in The Conversation and has been republished here under a Creative Commons Licence.
Topics: sexual-offences, law-crime-and-justice, abuse, sexual-offences, australia, nsw