I know this is a touchy subject with most woman. But, I notice that alot of laws that are designed to protect children are also starting to infringe on the constitutional rights of the offenders. Here in Indiana, any person convicted of a sex crime of ANY KIND has to register as a sex offender (ranging from those who rape to those who were caught at night in the park with their pants down).
Now, the way I see it, there should be different categories as far as sex offenders go. I know a guy who was charged with sexual misconduct with a minor and he now has to register as a sex offender. He was 19 and his girlfriend was 17 and her parents didn't like it. Now, is it fair for him to have to stay 100 feet away from a school or any area where children could possibly be? That's what I mean about the different categories. There are sex offenders and then violent sex offenders and thenchild predators. And each group is different. con
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TheFriskyKitty, I think that the point is that even if statutory rape is a crime, those who commit it shouldn't be treated in the same manner as say a 35 year old pedophile who molested a child.
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