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originally posted by: NightSkyeB4Dawn
a reply to: tadaman
One of the toughest things about my job is trying to remain culturally sensitive, and still protect, and attend to the needs of the women and children, that are victims of sexual grooming and human trafficking.
They were talking about the good responses they had gotten from the local churches, and I opened my big mouth and asked if we had reahed out to the local mosques.
The room went immediately quiet, and the look on the department boss's face spoke volumes. It was made clear that we did not have the permission required to approach the leaders of the Islamic community. To keep our funding we have to remain culturally sensitive, so if anyone in that community has a problem, they have to come to us wth a request for help.
It is hard to help those that need help, if they are trapped and have no safe way out.
originally posted by: Shiloh7
I agree because learned behaviour on bacha boys has spread through generations and is not going to disappear once entering other countries - they will bring this behaviour with themselves because its all they know.
...it's enforced sex slavery and men who are so sexually repressed that they are going for the old 'any port in a storm' mentality.