Female Sexual Predators: The Veiled Epidemic

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Female Sexual Predators: The Veiled Epidemic by GordonE. Finley, Ph.D.     From the increasing frequency with which reports of female teachers having sex with their pupils are appearing in the print and electronic media to Lauren Book’s article “My Nanny Molested Me” in the February issue of Seventeen magazine, concerned citizens have every right to […]

Female sex offenders reveal cultural double standard

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Female sex offenders reveal cultural double standard By Rebecca Morris Special to The Seattle Times   ELLEN M. BANNER / THE SEATTLE TIMES Warning signs For every teacher, coach, priest, counselor or Scout leader who sexually abuses children, there are thousands more who mentor, nurture, even parent a child in a healthy way outside a classroom […]

Study Sheds New Light On Prevalance Of Female Sex Offending Against Children

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Study Sheds New Light On Prevalance Of Female Sex Offending Against Children New research undertaken by Child Wise, a leading Child Protection Agency working in Australia and overseas to prevent the sexual abuse of children revealed new statistics on the prevalence of female perpetrated child sexual abuse. Recent media coverage highlights the number of females […]

FEMALE SERIAL KILLERS

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FEMALE SERIAL KILLERS Female serial killers have always been something of an anomaly in criminology and a puzzle for law enforcement. As Eric Hickey (1991) describes them, “These are the quiet killers, every bit as lethal as male serial murderers, but we are seldom aware of one in our midst because of their low visibility.”  One […]

Female Perpetration of Child Sexual Abuse

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Female Perpetration of Child Sexual Abuse: An Overview of the Problem Moving Forward News journal,Vol.2, Number 6, July/August 1994, By Lisa Lipshires Seven years ago, a client of Massachusetts psychologist Marcia Turner said something that shocked her. The woman, who had been sexually abused throughout her own childhood and was living in a house with other adults […]

State by State executions of females

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Case Summaries for Current Female Death Row Inmates Information obtained from Victor L. Streib, “Death Penalty For Female Offenders, January 1, 1973 through June 30, 2004 [PDF]” with periodic annotations by DPIC ALABAMA  (3) Last Execution of a Female:  May 10, 2002 Blackmon, Patricia: Black; age 29 at crime and now age 33 (DOB 11-3-1969); murder of […]

Does our justice system discriminate against men?

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Does our justice system discriminate against men?   Monday, 25 October 2004 Terry O’Neill Being roughed up by a woman is an embarrassment few men are anxious to disclose, even to family and close friends. Which makes it all the more remarkable that a Kamloops, B.C., man has willingly revealed to the general public the […]

The twelve female only defenses

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The twelve “female only” defenses “Women Who Kill Too Much and the Courts That Free Them: The Twelve ‘Female-Only’ Defenses” excerpted from The Myth of Male Power (http://www.dvmen.org/dv-185.htm#farrell) by Warren Farrell, Ph.D. (1)     The innocent woman defense Farrell starts with the innocent woman defense because it underlies all twelve defenses. At first he called this the “Female […]