In a recent survey conducted by the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM), it was found that 9 out of 10 troubled teenage girls had confessed to being addicted to sex, despite being aware that it go against their moral values and is considered a religious sin.
According to Harian Metro, the Sexual, Women and Child Investigation Division (D11) assistant director Siti Kamsiah Hassan, also a Psychology Officer at D11, is preparing a study on the issue which involves thousands of female teenagers who have been involved in rape cases or cases investigated in accordance with Section 376 (1) of the Penal Code.
She added that the authorities discovered that these teenagers who first engaged in free sex had become addicted to it.
“It is more worrying when they involve teenagers. Many of them are 16 year-old and younger.” she said.
“Studies have found that most of these people have high levels of sexual desire.”
“Earlier this year alone, the D11 team received two cases involving teenage girls who offered sex services. They had sex for the purpose of self-satisfaction and pleasure.”
“In one case, the teenager had already offered the service to 6 of their customers, and even when interviewed, they said they had become addicted to doing so.”
“The situation is even worse when family members do not know about their children’s outdoor activities. They completely trust their children.”
Meanwhile, one of the girls in the survey admitted that she is aware that the act was a religious sin and is detrimental to her future.
Nonetheless, Siti Kamsiah said this matter is difficult to prevent as parents do not monitor their daughters’ whereabouts, which led to the daughters being involved in free sex.
“They are not taught how to live life as children and teenagers until they end up stuck with the activity.” she said.
“These people do not have agents but instead use social media to find customers. They are willing to offer themselves for as low as RM50 to have the illicit relationship.”
Siti Kamsiah added that they have found that money is not the main drive as the priority of teenage girls are to satisfy their sexual needs. She said this activity should be curbed so it does not spread in the community.
“It is more troubling if there are individuals who take advantage of them. These teenagers are not properly educated while the parents do not have sufficient knowledge and religious understanding.” she said.
“Usually, the parents of these ‘neglected’ teenagers cannot anticipate the risks and threats around their children other than giving too much trust.”
“This eventually leads to rape cases where some teenagers commit the act with new social media acquaintances. This is where the problem begins when they eventually become addicted to it.”
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