Trouble in Paradise

Pitcairn is the last holding of the British Empire in the Pacific. For most of its history, it lived with a secret sex culture that defined island life.
Adultery was not just routine but pervasive, as was the sexual fondling of infants and socially approved sex games among young children. Incest and prostitution were not unknown. The criminal charges stemmed from a longtime island practice of “breaking in” girls as young as 10.

An old story, but worth it. (Also, this should be a BBC detective show, obvi.)