I think we should lower the age of agreement limit to 11 or 13 thus allowing paedophilia (again people would argue that paedophilia is < 10 so it is a win possibly among tolerants and middle east, asia - girls are growing faster) - and greeks do that in the past so it should be ok.
then we later should allow zoophilia - as we allow people to marry animals and considering goat lover in the east we should respect them too ROFL
I’m from Rotherham, this will be happening anywhere this is a Pakistani populace living in their own little micro-communities in our towns and cities. Unfortunately for the young girls of our country they are lower on the progressive stack than these groomers and so under the bus they go all in the name of cultural cohesion. What a great time to be alive.
We need to up the ante. Possibly harsher deterrents...
Can I also point out that the word "grooming" really doesn't convey the magnitude of what is actually going on here. A sad loner sending sexually explicit messages to 15 year old on Facebook can be convicted of "grooming". What is happening in Telford, Rotherham, Luton, Rochdale etc goes FAR beyond mere grooming. It is effectively organised and systemic sexual slavery on an almost industrial scale.
Go and read the Alexis Jay report for a start. These girls are repeatedly raped, they are drugged, held captive, even tortured (no doubt in time we will discover that there have been murders too), they are passed around and sold on to other gangs in exchange for money, drugs, firearms and other contraband, their families are threatened and attacked if they dare to try and prevent the abuse of their children. There is clear evidence of corruption and perhaps even outright collusion within local councils and police who repeatedly turn a blind eye to the issue.
It's far worse than most of the general public realise.
This is extremely worrying, especially because there have been so many other cases like this in the past (although this was also in the past). It’s especially worrying that the perpetrators are overwhelmingly coming from Asian communities. Perhaps there is a cultural issue