On Sunday, my husband and I took our three-year-old son for a walk through our local recreation ground. En route we passed three girls, who I can best describe as going-on with bared midriffs, tousled hair, fake Uggs, Marlboros and knowing expressions. Yet in the five or six years before we had children, I noticed a growing consensus that you had hit the parental jackpot only if you had girls. Legions of social commentators proclaimed that girls were better behaved than boys, out-performed them at school and were generally better adapted to the demands of the 21st century. I presume these eulogies were based on girls aged 11 or under, because my friends with teenage daughters are, almost without exception, having a much tougher time than the parents of boys. Some minxes have been trouble since the first whiff of puberty: mainlining vodka, dressing like jailbait, clambering from their bedroom windows, dating men in their twenties. One GP I know had to call the police recently to help locate her year-old daughter on a London common at 3am. But it's the quiet ones you really have to watch: the girls who were grade-8 clarinet playing, pony-loving, model citizens until their GCSEs. One friend's previously demure daughter threatened, aged 16, to take an overdose if she wasn't allowed to leave school and move in with her boyfriend. I thought of my friend when I saw a newspaper snap of year-old Jess Anderson, the schoolgirl who has set up house with her year-old former RE teacher.
An Ambulance Service Gold Commander raped a year-old girl he met online after offering to buy her a McDonald's milkshake. Adrian Crowe, 40, drove miles from the West Midlands to Wirral to meet his victim who he knew was underage. Crowe, of Coventry, was jailed at Liverpool Crown Court today after admitting the rape of a child under 13 and sexual grooming, reports the Liverpool Echo. She said initially the girl told a relative that she had been raped after being forced into Crowe's car at knife-point - although a witness who saw them walking together later confirmed this to be untrue. After the police were informed a doctor examined the girl, and found she had injuries consistent with being raped. Messages from her phone revealed that she had arranged to meet Crowe, who offered to pick her up. She told police that when she met Crowe she wanted to go home, but was afraid he might follow her.
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