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The holidays are nearly upon us, and while many of us are either dreading or looking forwarded to family get-togethers, most are not aware of the opportunity for the children in their family to experience sexual abuse – or face someone who has abused them in the past.

Children will most definitely be abused over this coming Thanksgiving holiday, and too many survivors will have to face their abusers – surrounded by family that doesn’t know or doesn’t care.

Sexual abuse is the “what” – so here is the who, where, when, and why.

Family members (immediate or extended, minor or adult) make up an estimated 50-60% of sexual offenders of children. With 1;4 girls and 1:6 boys estimated to be sexually abused, children are more likely to be assaulted by a family member than hit by a car, kidnapped, drown or choke (all things most parents worry about.)  Some may feel that being around family is a “safety net” for their children, but sadly, the exact opposite is true for too many children – and abusers take advantage of this trust.

Furthermore, ,many parents are still of the “respect your elders and give them a hug/kiss” mentality that enables abusers to perpetrate and silences children that feel they don’t have a say in how they’re body is treated.

When it comes to family – we have to accept the risk is real.

People often believe that sexual abuse is perpetrated in situations where the victim and abuser are isolated – far away from others. But the reality is that it often takes place within the home of the child or abuser, and it is not unlikely for others to be within the vicinity – even the next room. Just because your child is in the same house as you, does not mean that their safety is guaranteed.

A busy family gathering is actually a perfect opportunity for abuse to take place. Especially if family is visiting from out of town and children are sharing rooms with a relative or sleeping out in the living room where it is easier for someone to gain access to them. But even during the gathering itself, people are busy socializing, watching football etc. It doesn’t take much to separate a child from the crowd or take advantage of a situation where the perpetrator is alone with the child,  without anyone wondering where they are.

Sexual abusers are often thought of a “dirty old men” or predatory pedophiles that snatch children off the street. Most people don’t realize that most offenders are ‘normal’ likable people, and that there are amultitude of motivating factors that lead people to sexually abuse children.

Most good people have a difficult time accepting that someone they know, like, trust, and often love – is capable of sexual abuse. We may feel it is a ‘betrayal’ to question the intentions of someone we know and respect – especially family. But the reality is, children are being abused by the hundreds of thousands and adults are not educated enough and not taking proper protective actions to reduce the risk and opportunity for abuse.

So many survivors, and loving parents of survivors wish they knew what they know now about the reality of child sexual abuse. And their greatest wish is for more parents and caring adults to be educated so that future children do not have to fall to the same fate that they did.

If we can accept that the people that we know & trust are the ones most likely to abuse our children, we can take steps to prevent that abuse from occurring in the first place.

What can we do?

1. Talk to our children about their rights, and respect their right to not engage with unwanted physical contact. If your children are older and there will be younger children visiting, you may want to talk about how even young children deserve respect .

2. Even better – talk to your children ahead of time and ask if there are any family members that make them feel uncomfortable.

3. Create a secret “code word” – a word or phrase they can say to you (ex. I need my medicine) – in front of others, that lets you know they need your help without drawing attention to themselves .

4. Talk to family about the reality of sexual abuse – not only to educate them, but also to put potential abusers on guard. Offenders may want to abuse children, but they also don’t want to get caught. When people know you are educated and not afraid to talk about it – they are more likely to be deterred.

5. Check on your children from time to time and if you can, encourage other adults to do the same.

6. Establish open door only policies for bedrooms etc.

7. Know the warning signs of abuse – and take note if you see any red flags from guests.

8. And finally, talk to your children about how they enjoyed the company after guests have departed. Notice their mood. Even children educated in body safety should not be expected to protect themselves from abuse, and its important for adults to be realistic about that and prepared to receiving a disclosure.


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Female Pedophiles ~ The BIG List Documentary {Part 1}

Female Pedophiles ~ The BIG List Documentary {Part 1}

It’s not just males you know.


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Christian, huh?

Christian BoyLove Forum #66336

If I went to heaven….
Posted by Tabs on 2014-09-25 20:02:02, Thursday
In reply to do i belong in heaven? posted by Tabs on 2014-09-25 20:01:06, Thursday

…I’d only ruin it for everyone else.

I’d do great in hell though.
Prince of fucking darkness.

Narcissistic and hypocritical. Doesn’t say much for Tabs form of “Christianity” does it?


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And the hits just keep on coming

These are the latest search terms that pulled up my blog:

i am a nepiophile, pedophile aliens raping children stories

Are you pedophiles for real?? “pedophile aliens raping children stories“? What the fuck is wrong with you? You need locked up or some serious mental help. Gad!


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Charged with 59 counts of criminal sexual conduct


Nationwide Manhunt: Cult leader kept child brides as young as 11-years-old as sex slaves: A former minister from Minnesota wanted on child-molestation charges reportedly was spotted in August 2014 in Washington state.

Victor Arden Barnard, 52, was charged in April in Pine County (Minn.) District Court with 59 counts of criminal sexual conduct. Barnard, who led a cult-like religious sect, is accused of abusing numerous girls and young women who lived apart from their families at the congregation’s compound in northern Pine County.

According to a news release from the Washington State Patrol, a witness reported seeing Barnard leaving a McDonald’s restaurant Wednesday in Raymond, in western Washington, heading toward the city of Aberdeen.

The patrol said that Barnard was believed to be driving a dark blue, two-door Audi with tinted windows and a spoiler and that he had a female passenger. Additional information placed Barnard in the Raymond and Aberdeen areas for about the previous week, the patrol said.

Criminal Complaint (graphic):

Anyone who may have information as to the whereabouts of Victor Barnard, please call Washington State Police Detective Ryan Spangler at (509) 227-6644 or the Pine County SO tip line at (320) 629-8342 or 911.

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May they catch him quickly. Vile, perverted, devious MUTANT.


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Thought for The Day

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Statutes about Child Pornography you may not be aware of

From: Counter Pedophilia Investigative Unit

Child Pornography
Fighting Child Pornography!
We need your help fighting child pornography.
“The First Amendment

Unlike pornographic images of adults, the First Amendment does not protect the possession or distribution of child pornography. Content that depicts children engaged in sexual conduct is “a category of material outside the protection of the First Amendment.” New York v. Ferber, 458 U.S. 747 1982. Do not display any questionable images of minors on your website.

Federal Statutes

Title 18 of the United States Code governs child pornography. See Chapter 110, Sexual Exploitation and Other Abuse of Children. 18 U.S.C. § 2256 defines “Child pornography” as:
“any visual depiction, including any photograph, film, video, picture, or computer or computer-generated image or picture, whether made or produced by electronic, mechanical, or other means, of sexually explicit conduct, where -

(A) the production of such visual depiction involves the use of a minor engaging in sexually explicit conduct;
(B) such visual depiction is, or appears to be, of a minor engaging in sexually explicit conduct;
(C) such visual depiction has been created, adapted, or modified to appear that an identifiable minor is engaging in sexually explicit conduct; or
(D) such visual depiction is advertised, promoted, presented, described, or distributed in such a manner that conveys the impression that the material is or contains a visual depiction of a minor engaging in sexually explicit conduct . . .”

Section 2256 clearly defines images of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct as “Child Pornography.” It also, however, adds to that definition images that appear to depict a minor engaged in sexually explicit conduct, and images or advertisements that suggest images of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct. Does that mean that adult websites that display sexually explicit images of legal-age models in pigtails with a lollipop, while surrounded by stuffed animals, can be prosecuted under Child Pornography laws? The short answer is yes. Future prosecutions will determine which direction the law is going.

If your adult website displays images that arguably appear to have minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct, make sure that you are prepared. You should have the proper legal forms that you need to comply with federal record keeping requirements, and you should have a lawyer who has already seen your adult website(s) and has some idea about what arguments he or she will make if you are prosecuted. You should also have plenty of money and a desire to make the headlines. Remember, if you are prosecuted for violating child pornography laws, a jury will decide whether the content on your adult website is child pornography. What do you think they’ll decide?

Sexually Explicit Conduct

18 U.S.C. § 2252 prohibits the production, transportation, or knowing receipt or distribution of any visual depiction “of a minor engaging in sexually explicit conduct.” For the purposes of Title 18, 18 U.S.C. § 2256 defines a “minor” as any person under the age of eighteen years, and “sexually explicit conduct” as actual or simulated:

“(A) sexual intercourse, including genital-genital, oral-genital, anal-genital, or oral-anal, whether between persons of the same or opposite sex;
(B) bestiality;
(C) masturbation;
(D) sadistic or masochistic abuse; or
(E) lascivious exhibition of the genitals or pubic area of any person”

“Sexual intercourse” and “bestiality” (sex with an animal) seem pretty clear – if your website displays images that a prosecutor believes involve minors engaged in sexual intercourse or bestiality, expect to be prosecuted. Which acts constitute “masturbation” or “sadistic or masochistic abuse” may be more difficult to define, because participants engaged in such activities tend to do so for a sexual purpose. Clearly a child could appear to be engaged in such activities without intending a sexual purpose. What a child intends by his or her actions is irrelevant, however, because Federal law prohibits “simulated” as well as actual acts. Many states also address this issue by prohibiting images of minors touching or displaying their bodies “for the purpose of sexual stimulation of the viewer.” (See, for example, California Penal Code §§ 311.3-312.7).

Section (E) prohibits images of “lascivious exhibition of the genitals or pubic area.” Courts that have interpreted this section have done so broadly – “as used in the child pornography statute, the ordinary meaning of the phrase “lascivious exhibition” means a depiction which displays or brings forth to view in order to attract notice to the genitals or pubic area of children, in order to excite lustfulness or sexual stimulation in the viewer.” See United States v Knox (1994). You may risk prosecution if your website displays images of minors depicted in a way that excites viewers.

United States v Knox

In Knox, a man who had previously been convicted of receiving child pornography through the mail ordered video tapes (by mail) of girls between the ages of ten and seventeen who, in the Court’s words, “were dancing or gyrating in a fashion not natural for their age.” The girls wore bikini bathing suits, leotards, or underwear – none of the girls in the videos was nude. The videos were set to music, and it appeared that someone off-camera was directing the girls. The photographer videotaped the girls dancing, and zoomed in on each girl’s pubic area for an extended period of time. Knox was prosecuted under United States Child Pornography laws.

Legal counsel for Knox argued that “lascivious exhibition of the genitals or pubic area” meant that the girls had to be nude – wearing clothing meant that that genitals and pubic area were clearly not exhibited. The Court disagreed and held that there was no nudity requirement in the statute: “the statutory term “lascivious exhibition of the genitals or pubic area,” as used in 18 U.S.C. § 2256(2)(E), does not contain any requirement that the child subject’s genitals or pubic area be fully or partially exposed or discernible through his or her opaque clothing.””


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