The number of boys in Britain having underage sex is 34.9 per cent and higher than every other European country apart from the Ukraine with 47.1 per cent.And more than 15 per cent of the teenagers in England fail to use contraception.
A study cited in a just-published evaluation of the ugly problem of sexual exploitation by U. peacekeepers calculates that as many as 58,000 women in Monrovia, Liberia, alone engaged in prohibited “transactional” sex with peacekeepers in return for food, clothing, money or other favors—mostly money-- over a nine-year period ending in 2012.
By contrast, in 2012, the United Nations peacekeeping force in Liberia, or UNMIL, reported just nine substantiated allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse, out of 61 such allegations across all such U. missions, according to an annual report put out the following year by Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s office.
The results were then extrapolated across the areas of the Liberian capital of Monrovia where the selected households were located.
The researchers called their findings “stunning.” The study concluded that about just under one-half of all the women surveyed said they had engaged in transactional sex and roughly three-quarters of those sexually active women —or more than a third of the overall queried female population aged 18 to 30—had such relations with U. personnel, who have been a major presence in Liberia since 2003.
“The data we have collected show unambiguously that transactional sex with U. personnel is a ubiquitous life experience among young women in Monrovia,” the study declares. The ban covers the “exchange of money, employment, goods or services for sex, including sexual favors or other forms of humiliating, degrading or exploitative behavior.” Another section of the Secretary General’s order bans sex by U. personnel with anyone under the age of 18, “regardless of the age of majority or age of consent locally.” A senior U. official told Fox News that sex with anyone under age 18 is considered to be non-consensual rape.
There is an even darker side to the “ubiquitous life experience.” Among other things, the survey reveals that a great many of the 18-to-30-year-old women who exchanged sex for valuables were under age 18 when they first began to do so—some 58 percent of the sample. staffers and “United Nations forces conducting operations under United Nations command and control” by a 2003 bulletin from the U. “I would bet the farm on our numbers,” Gilligan told Fox News.
Much like Russian roulette, the sex parties are aimed at people who want to add an element of danger to their carnal connections, by inviting (at least) one ‘secret’ HIV carrier to the group.
The trend, which is apparently practised by people of all sexualities, echoes the equally contentious ‘bugchasing’ movement; where gay men actively pursue the virus for sexual pleasure. For example, while some of these orgies are exclusive only to HIV carriers, others “offer blue tablets” that are supposed to prevent the contraction of the virus.
The report, to be published in the journal Archives of Paediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, highlights the continued failure of Labour's pledge to halve pregnancies among 16- and 17-year-olds by 2010.
Last week, figures by the Department for Children, Schools and Families revealed underage pregnancies rose by four per cent to 7,462 in 2005.
In response, the Government has announced a raft of measures, including personal contraception counsellors to stop teenage mothers from getting pregnant again.