by Locker Room contributor
Officials in England ignored complaints that a homosexual couple was sexually abusing the foster children under their care because they were afraid of being accused of being discriminatory. I’m sure the four kids they abused understand their concern:
“The sexual orientation of the men was a significant cause of people not ‘thinking the unthinkable’.
“It was clear that a number of staff were afraid of being thought homophobic.
“The fear of being discriminatory led them to fail to discriminate between the appropriate and the abusive.”
If they were Arabic who knows what they could have gotten away with.