And so, according to the one-woman intellectual powerhouse that is Lynne Featherstone, deserving of a whopping £1.2mil of extra funding:So, if you've just been raped by some guy who jumped out of the bushes, remember these words to get the extra help: 'posse' 'bruv' 'innit?' 'ends'...
The government has announced £1.2m of funding to help girls involved with gangs who are raped by male members.
Equalities Minister Lynne Featherstone visited the Lilian Baylis Technology School in Kennington, south-west London, on Thursday.They have a choice, though, oh she of little brain! The average real rape victim doesn't.
Pupils at the school were learning about gangs and sexual violence.
Ms Featherstone said the violence girls and young women in gangs experienced was shocking.
This is, of course, merely another job-creation scheme:Or you could just make the penalties for rape and for being in a gang a hell of a lot higher?
A network of 13 Young People's Advocates will work in areas most affected by gangs.
Ms Featherstone said the government fund would create a support network which would share information and best practice to make inroads into the "horrific issue".