What you think you know about people who sexually abuse and exploit children is wrong.
Look at this kid. Look at them. They need your help, and badly. We are not prioritizing the prevention of harm. We react to it. We wait until kids are crying to do anything about it. When it comes to child sexual abuse, this is not good enough. There are a lot of attacks on … Continue reading A Primary Prevention Advocate’s Rant
With every story I write, the goal is to end child sexual abuse before it can happen by informing you of why and how it happens, so you can take preventative measures. Medium is unique, in that you can see everything I contribute with my profile page, but that does not separate responses, so here … Continue reading Index Of Stories
To anyone living in Minnesota, Kare 11 is a household name in news. They are largely a reputable company with many investigations and news articles under their belt. However, a recent investigation into sex offenders this past February, and the follow-up to that investigation, should appall you. Why? Because their investigation not only was extremely … Continue reading Kare 11’s Botched Investigations Into Sex Offenders
To many people, policies aimed at sex offenders make sense. They just do. Because everyone knows that sex offenders will invariably rack up more victims, they are doomed to reoffend, and we should just lock them up or kill them. There is no cure for pedophilia, so sex offenders are a lost cause that … Continue reading Why I Oppose Sex Offender Laws
Sex offender registration. If you did not already know this, the United States, Canada, and a few other countries (some in the UK, if memory serves) register, track, supervise, and in some cases, notify the public about “sex offenders” living in their midst. These public policies are touted as the end-all solution to keeping … Continue reading Does Sex Offender Registration Help Prevention?