Chemical castration as public policy gets a failing grade

By Sandy . . . With legislatures in session across the country, advocates are closely watching bills that address their issues. Some are good, some are indifferent, and some are just plain bad. The touchstone is does the bill address a situation in need and/or does it provide improved safety for those whom it affects. In other words, is it good…

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Pedophilia and the media

Published 1/11/23 at Crime Report By Sandy . . . Which of these would you favor as a husband for your beloved daughter? The slick fella, too handsome for his own good, whose shifty eyes furtively appraised the family silver or the well-dressed, good-looking young man whose frank curiosity about the family heirlooms showed an appreciation for life’s finer things. Why? Word…

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If it saves one child – then and now

By Sandy . . . A handful of people know that I have an alternate personality. When I first became involved in this advocacy, I discovered an outlet for my need and ability to write. I’ve been writing my entire life, but now I had a world of subject matter from which to choose, and I did, but I had…

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Patch’s bias is showing in article about transition housing for registrants.

By Sandy . . . It has been a while since anything significant crossed my desk concerning the situation in Joliet where the mayor is doing his best – or worst — to close down an apartment building designed as reentry housing for men with sexual crime convictions. After losing round one by way of a federal ruling, Mayor Bob…

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Ignorance of facts and best practices drive comments about “pedophilia”

By Sandy . . . In a recent broadcast of Tucker Carlson, Fox news exhibits, and allows Carlson to exhibit, that ignorance. Fox, in bold headlines, announces, “TUCKER CARLSON: No healthy society can tolerate pedophilia,” with a sub-heading of “Tucker speaks out against child sexual abuse.” The connection is made: Pedophilia and child sexual abuse are interchangeable terms. In another…

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Actual justice for sexual crime in the military — a better way

By Sam . . . While the NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act) is massive, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand’s bill to reform the military justice system is pretty straightforward. I have read it in its entirety and, at least as it is written, this bill increases protections for the accused and helps bring back some semblance of due process in the military.…

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Toxic Activism in Trials-by-Media

By Sean Bw Parker . . . With the rolling out of the #MeToo-inspired “consent” push in the late 2010s, the majority of allegations of rape went from being one of intentional sexual violence to one of highly-disputed and finely-nuanced messaging. The corruption in the MeToo movement had been bubbling since the signing of the Title IX “Campus rape” order…

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But . . . don’t I have the right to know?

By Sandy . . . We are sometimes asked, “Don’t I have the right to know if someone who committed a sex crime lives near me?” The simple answer is “No.” There is no such right given anywhere. In fact, when we think of rights, we generally and correctly think of our Constitution, and that document, rather than granting the…

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Sweet Victory in Florida: Eleventh Circuit gives go-ahead to F.A.C. case

By Larry . . . The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit has breathed new life into the case of Does v. Richard L. Swearingen. While this is indeed good news, NARSOL cautions that we not become too giddy. The court noted that “. . . the constitutionality of the registry law is not before us— we must…

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