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Franca Cortoni, professor of criminology at the University of Montreal, has written extensively on female sex offenders and tells me that though there is an overlap in the way male and female child abusers think, there can be specific motivations for women to offend.“We do know there are women who are motivated by sexual interest in children but they are only a tiny proportion of female sex offenders,” she explains. They want to feel close to someone.” Some of those women will choose an adolescent victim – such as recent cases of teachers having sex with teenage boys and grooming them.
It’s also a crucial part in the Black case, where her two former partners were part of the sex abuse ring. They’re akin to women who are victims of domestic violence.” This was part of Black’s defence from her lawyers, who said she had suffered domestic violence at the hands of Adams and that he “was a very manipulative” man who exploited her.
Cortoni says: “There’s definitely a very tiny indication that for some of these women, it’s because they’ve been coerced. But barristers representing Adams and Rogers rejected this notion saying: “She is the common denominator between all the offences.” But there have been cases where this coercion is clearer.
It’s why she is now being labelled as the ‘mistress’ of the gang. Sadly paedophilia and sex abuse rings are rarely out of the headlines, but a female ringleader who has sexually abused children is more unusual.
Forensic psychologist Nina Burrowes says the gender of female abusers often accounts for some of our shock: “I do generally believe [women sexually abusing children] happens less often than men, but it happens a lot more often than you realise.
Often it’s to do with their own background and whatever happened when they were raised.