Essay on Female Gangs

889 Words Jan 5th, 2011 4 Pages
Since the evolution of civilization, man has always formed groups, and sects to lead a covered life. As time passed by, the scenario changed, what turned out to be group formation for hunting during the nomadic times led to formation of groups as tribes for waging wars, and eventually in the urban times, now street gangs are formed in mostly developed cities, which are filled with crime and hate towards people other than their own gangs. Gangs all over the world especially in the United States of America, are very often very underlined as a male dominated one, and females that were supposed to be with the gang members, were either their wives of girlfriends, and females who were seen actively involved were supposed to be for sole purposes …show more content…
Slowly but surely the status of the females started rising in the trend of street gangs, which ultimately led to the diversification female status in street gangs, which are mainly female back up gangs which have affiliation with male gangs, then there are the mixed sex gangs, where male and female members have the same status and respect within the gang, and thirdly which is till currently less but rising at an alarming rate is the all independent female gangs. Because of this type of diversification the offence rate and the type of offences have matched that of male gang members. Though the rate of offences conducted by the male gang members are still very higher than their female counterparts, but the bridge is surely narrowing. However the major role of females in gangs apart from sex objects is drug peddling, but it is also actively involved in crimes of the likes of homicide, violent activities, battery charges and prostitution along with weapon and property charges. Female’s roles have changed a lot in last fifteen years or so, and females are moving at stupendous speeds towards organized crimes.

The major issues for females to join gangs, is because of economic and finance problems at home, also physical and sexual abuse at home also is one of the

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