Even as UK society relaxes its attitudes to sex and relationships and we see greater visibility for positive role models, not everyone feels included in the conversation. Two episodes in, the show is opening up debate and changing perceptions about sex in the British Asian community. The biggest misconception the presenters come up against is that brown women live sexless lives outside of marriage. But we are. Another stereotype to debunk is that brown women are oppressed and without autonomy. The three of us are not those things.
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As a sickening gang of 17 men and one woman was convicted over the sexual abuse more than girls some as young as 13 it emerged that many experts believe the horrific list of convictions to be merely the tip of the iceberg. One former Crown Prosecution Service chief Lord Macdonald of River Glaven admitted that in the past investigations had been hampered by police fears of appearing racist. And shadow women and equalities secretary Sarah Champion, Labour MP for Rotherham, claimed Asian grooming gangs had been allowed to thrive because people were "more afraid to be called a racist than they are afraid to be wrong about calling out child abuse". As a result grooming gangs, predominantly run by Asian men, sprang up and operated under the radar in a host of British towns and cities. The way police and authorities looked the other way despite being inundated with complaints from vulnerable teenage girls is now the stuff of infamy. A inquiry found there were more than 1, victims of grooming and sex exploitation in Rotherham between and The gang received jail sentences of between four and 19 years for offences committed against five girls - aged between 13 and 15 - in and around Rochdale between and
NEW DELHI Thomson Reuters Foundation - More than a third of girls in South Asia miss school during their periods, often because they lack access to toilets or pads, and many receive no education about menstruation before reaching puberty, a study showed on Tuesday. The report by charity WaterAid and UNICEF found most countries in the region fell well short of the World Health Organization standard of one toilet for every 25 girls, making it difficult for students to attend school during their periods. Education about menstruation is lacking across the region, the report said.
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