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A female former gang member has exposed the growing levels of sexual violence against young women who join them, saying that many are willing to risk being raped in return for the xxx of membership. Isha Nembhard, who was part of an strong gang in Peckham, south Londonsaid some girls readily accepted that they would be sexually abused when associating with male gangs.

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The year-old said that the initiation had reached a point where being raped was becoming "normalised" among many young women. They sleep with a boy and the boy asks if she will sleep with all his friends. Even if they know it's wrong, they will do anything to get acceptance," she said.

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For example, she might know about what happens to girls in the gang but still sleeps with all of them just for the status. Nembhard, who was a teenage drug dealer, said that even those who are abused and called "pieces of shit" by gang members maintained sexual relationships with them because they felt "that they couldn't do better".

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She added that cultural and social trends had exacerbated the problem since she left school. I used to be a tomboy, but nowadays a lot of girls who go to school gang more girly-girly and make sure they put on bus sex makeup and wear the right sort of skirts.

'Being raped by a gang is normal – it's about craving to be accepted'

It's changed dramatically. Nembhard said that girls tended to be more sexually active before the age of 16 than before. Social networking sites like Facebook had, she added, helped to encourage promiscuity among young women. Meanwhile, a senior Scotland Yard video has voiced concern that the problem of young women being sexually abused by male gangs had grown sufficiently large to be classified as a "mainstream issue".

The Metropolitan Police detective in charge of protecting vulnerable young women from falling into gang culture, Detective Chief Inspector Petrina Cribb, said that, although police were targeting girls as young as 12 to warn them of the risks associated with male gangs, she believed that educating youngsters of the dangers should begin even earlier, at primary school.

Cribb also admitted concern about the levels of ignorance among young women about sexual abuse, saying that many did not understand that being forced to give woman sex was rape.