Female sex offenders

Anyone relying on the mainstream media for an understanding of sexual offences would surely conclude they’re overwhelmingly a male-on-female phenomenon, and that where women are involved, it’s as accomplices of evil men. As usual with gender-related matters, the mainstream media are not to be relied upon. The scale of sexual offences carried out by women has long been known to be enormous, as has the fact that over half of all convicted rapists were abused when they were children by one or more women (usually their mothers). The mainstream media’s and justice system’s disinterest in the scale on which women commit sexual offences continues to damage vast numbers of both men and women, decade after decade.

A very good source of material on the subject of female sex offenders is the American website http://female-offenders.com. It’s worth exploring in detail – the resources available are highly impressive, to say the least – but if you’re pressed for time and have only a few minutes to spare, we recommend you read this:

http://www.female-offenders.com/resources.html

About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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  • You know ALL about this, Mike, but just to confirm that CPS and Police appear to have no interest in prosecuting child sex abusers when the abuser is FEMALE:

    https://www.facebook.com/PoliceScotland/posts/572325452849878

    18 months and more and myself and Minister of Parliament have failed to have an alleged abuser questioned, never mind arrested.
    Put that into context when ONE female steps forward with NO evidence other than her say-so and an older man is dragged through the courts to answer questions on what most would consider a minor sexual assault complaint. AND THESE WOMEN WERE NOT CHILDREN AT THE TIME.

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    Women who sexually abuse our children – why aren’t ALL child sex abusers being prosecuted?

    OPEN LETTER to Sir Stephen House, QPM, Chief Constable of Police Scotland

    Dear Sir,

    Sadly, I find it necessary to address this Open Letter to you only after my own MP has written to you directly and repeatedly over an eight month period, by asking for action on Child Sex Abuse.
    Despite these representations, neither a meaningful response nor action have been forthcoming.

    Our concern is that despite senior officers of Police Scotland formally claiming that all child sex abuse reports are taken “very seriously indeed”, the facts don’t support this assertion.

    As an example, with respect to one incident, Police Scotland and yourself were made aware of a formal report in January 2013, and a formal complaint made in March 2013, yet despite evidence including a viable formal Witness Statement and Expert Psychological support documentation, the female suspect has been neither questioned nor interviewed.

    This is clearly not an isolated incident. Research findings by prestigious child protection organisations such as NSPCC/Childline/The Lucy Faithfull Foundation/Kidscape, together with findings reported in numerous academic journals, confirm that in between 5 – 20% of all occurrences of child sex abuse, the abusers are women. (1)
    In a paper published in 1984, Petrovich & Templer reported that 59% of incarcerated (male) rapists had been sexually abused when they were children, by one or more women.

    Anecdotal evidence suggests that these research conclusions are accurate, and that the criminal justice system treats women who sexually abuse children very leniently compared with men who sexually abuse children.
    This is entirely consistent with my own research and personal experience.

    Within the past reported twelve months, it’s been confirmed that in my local policing area alone that there were NO instances of women been convicted of any of the 27 possible categories of sexual abuse of children. In the same area, over the same period, 78 men were convicted of such offences. The political party Justice for men & boys (and the women who love them) http://j4mb.org.uk is taking an increasing interest in the topic of women committing sexual abuse of children, and the reluctance of the police to prosecute them. (2)

    My recent Freedom of Information requests (FOI 2013-1171 & 2013-1447) via Police Scotland for statistics and data across all Scottish regions, and nationally, over three years, also confirms that convictions of female perpetrators of child sex abuse are insignificant.

    Not only is this a possible infringement of the Scottish Equality Act 2010, it’s also inconsistent with the public claim that Police Scotland take all child sex abuse offences “very seriously indeed”.

    References:
    (1) Bibliography of Female Child Sex Abusers
    (2) http://j4mb.org.uk/2013/12/10/women-who-sexually-abuse-children/

    Name and Address Supplied

  • The justice system in America is a joke. Its nothing but double standard. Here’s an example from New Mexico.
    http://antifeministsite.blogspot.com/2012/02/sexism-in-new-mexicos-criminal.html