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February 5, 2017 at 6:44 pm #8467
The past decade has seen amazing changes in the dialogue that is developing around the issue of sexual offenses. Ten years ago, the facts surrounding
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February 8, 2017 at 9:08 pm #8468
Most of us will likely avoid ever having our names listed on the National Sex Offender Registry, but virtually none of us is without sin in this area. Whether in word, deed or in X-rated imagination, we have compiled our own record of secret (or not so secret) wrongdoing we’d rather not have exposed.
Now while one can not predict the future do a lot of these warning signs flash up to those caught up in all this sex dilemma. At the time of the simple basic internet sting offense or any other sexual situation they think one is a human beast.
Well believe it or not we are all carnal by nature and creatures of habit if you want to zoom that on the radar screen.
A lot of this sex treatment makes one more susceptible to sexual addiction than a natural cause. Think about it. I don’t know if they still teach sex education in schools or give out condom’s anymore but that tells you right there about the government.
For all its worth a lot of these offense are oppressive to say the least. Not only for the victim but the one doing the enticing or seducing in these adventures of a sexual nature.
Governments are not suppose to oppress people but to serve the oppressed. So who says a wolf can’t be tame or a sex offender can’t be a regular citizen and live in a community with some status or should we warn on TV like drunk drivers, I think warning sex offenders are out of the question as the sex offender is the lowest of the bunch according to the Government at this point.
February 9, 2017 at 12:28 pm #8469
“Sex Offender” is just a label. You are not a label. Human being is not a label.
One day a person is a normal citizen of a society and the next day, he is a sex offender, a scum.
One day he has a regular job, a family, a contributing member of a society, and the next day, he is a pariah, unfit for a career job, unfit to be in a family, unfit to be a husband, a father, a brother, a grandfather, someone to be avoided at all cost.
One day he has a regular name, and the next day he is a monster, Satan himself.
February 9, 2017 at 6:27 pm #8470
H n H
The lack of any interest in fighting these laws is disgusting. There are nearly 1 million registrants in the US. And apparently there’s only a group of 40 or so who see it as an injustice. This site should have hundreds of replies to of the news articles mentioned. But it doesn’t. Apathy is what got us where we are today, and it’s why these laws will never be overturned. I guess as long as people have the system off their back they feel lucky to just be able to breathe. I am sickened.
February 10, 2017 at 9:17 pm #8471
Hey HnH – I was responding to today’s post when I saw this comment. There are HUNDREDS of us who see these laws as an injustice. Don’t judge the size by the number of commenters on these posts. There are some state affiliates with hundreds of members, others that are smaller of course… and some states still with only a handful or none that NARSOL knows of. But certainly WAY more than 40. We’d love to have more, too!