Is the law failing male survivors? https://t.co/fAUhExX44z — Survivors Manchester (@SurvivorsMcr) December 7, 2019
#ICYMI: A woman pleaded guilty to sexually abusing a girl and live-streaming it over Skype for almost 3 years. One man paid 33-year-old Christine Callaghan £2,285 for her abuse of the victim.https://t.co/PdhAALjPbp pic.twitter.com/ygi2utMnh0 — National Crime Agency (NCA) (@NCA_UK) November 10, 2019
http://bit.ly/2BrPpqYhttp://bit.ly/2BrPpqYhttp://bit.ly/2BrPpqY A court report stated Chamier was “ignorant” and she didn’t understand the effect of her offending or why the law prohibited children under 16 from having sex with adults. Judge Gerard Lynch said the law was there to protect children from themselves as they weren’t experienced enough to make
https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-merseyside-49557154https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-merseyside-49557154https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-merseyside-49557154 Judge Gary Woodhall said on sentencing her he was “perfectly satisfied” she was intending to engage in sexual activity with the victim. The judge said within weeks of meeting him Beattie-Milligan, who had worked in education for 25 years, had breached school policy by getting his mobile phone number.
https://www.nzherald.co.nz/bay-of-plenty-times/news/article.cfm?c_id=1503343&objectid=12254696 A female horse trainer accused of grooming and sexually violating young girls with her boyfriend and recording it faces nine new charges. Laken Maree Rose, 29, has already denied sexual crimes she faced with co-defendant Andrew Alan Williams, 52, which include allegations of sexual offending against two girls aged
http://bit.ly/2GVfYrv Highlights • Federal agency data find that female sexual perpetration is not uncommon. • Gender stereotypes interfere with complex understandings of sexual perpetration. • Broadened feminist approaches can shed light on female sexual perpetration. • Studies among college students and inmates provide context for at-risk groups. • Professionals responding
https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/female-sex-offenders-more-common-gender-bias-statistics-rape-abuse-a7839361.html Published in Aggression and Violent Behaviour, the researchers stress that while they are in no way intending to minimise the impact of sexual violence perpetrated by men, that their results are vital when considering “stereotypes between sexual victimisation and gender.” Looking at data from the Center For Disease Control’s