Those underage girls were always throwing themselves at rock and pop stars.
Sometimes they couldn't tell whether the girls were 18 and no one was asking for IDs, and no one cared including a lot of the parents. When BBC helicopters swarmed over Cliff Richard's house when he was arrested that time, it did them no favours seeing it was their in house DJ and administrators who allowed young people to be molested. He is selling his African themed LA home, maybe he needs the cash...
Btw, If a rape happened to a female or male teenager in the 70's, they don't suddenly become un-raped the moment they hit their 30th year.
Of course someone "gets" to speak about the things they've lived through.
More like something that would retroactively change everything we know about the last 50 years of popular music. Maybe five percent of the audience was female at Who concerts, whereas I seem to have a mixed audience"[quote]Tom Jones? Seems to happen on an almost weekly basis - no matter how long ago. All rock and pop stars had sex with underage girls in the 70's.
Her ass was so big, juicy and firm, you could bounce quarters off of it!
“We wanted to stress to them that they shouldn't feel scared and that the officers were there to keep people safe.
“It was a lovely surprise for us to be invited to the police base and the pupils had a fantastic time, especially on the range and using the sirens and flashing lights.” Sergeant Mike Dunbar of Birmingham police said “For children to be scared of seeing police, or see them as an intimidating authority figure, is the last thing we want.
Nancy Bodmer, who headed the research, said: "The result that shocked us concerned young boys who display apparently risky behaviour.
They have more of a tendency not to protect themselves.