You’ll hear from experts who believe current sex offender laws threaten our civil liberties. A man from Bangladesh fondly remembers his first sexual experience with an older man when he was nine. Another man sees his former activities with young boys as an addiction that can and should be conquered.
In the U.S. today, someone can be busted for consensual sex with a slightly younger man and be forbidden to enter neighborhood parks for the rest of his life. And, these we hope to protect, children, are rarely able to wander freely through their neighborhoods for fear of stranger abduction.
“…sex offender registration, community notification, and residency restriction laws are ill-considered, poorly crafted, and may cause more harm than good.” --Human Rights Watch, ReadReport: No Easy Answers
Larry P. lives here.
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LCSW (licensed clinicial social worker),
working with both
survivors and perpetrators
of sexual abuse since 1992.
Overcoming Sexual Terrorism
Lesbian writer, activist
Survivors Network of
those Abused by Priests
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This program was produced in 2009 for Gay Pride Month
Sadly, very little has changed since.