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Juvenile Sex Offenders
Children accused of rape

Obsessive adult intervention in the sexual activity of children is itself a form of sexual aggression against children.

The rage which began by destroying the lives of men and later women, is now beginning to devour children through the criminalization of childhood sexuality.

What began as a trickle of news stories about juvenile sex offenders is becoming a steady flow. The decision to undertake legal intervention is a serious one. Some adults are obsessed with every sexual act involving a child, and obsessive adult intervention in the sexual activity of children is itself a form of sexual aggression against children. Once the child becomes the prosecutor's target, such powerful efforts at sexual control may constitute an especially harmful sexual aggression against children.

Fred Berlin, founder of the Johns Hopkins Sexual Disorders Clinic, says too many children end up on sex offender registries. "They shouldn't be stigmatized for the rest of their lives."

All listings here are genuine news items, with the original source cited. Most stories have been shortened and have had the family names removed to help protect the identities of the accused children, the children they had contact with and their families. For the complete story, please refer to the original source cited.



Juvenile Sex Offenders

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