Now how do you suppose they will get around that little detail? I guess it depends on the meaning of "child":
If, God forbid, that ever comes to pass, just how long do you suppose before we start catching these pervs with a pocket full of "Declaration of Maturity" consent forms?
Platform of the Libertarian Party
Adopted in Convention, July 2002, Indianapolis, Indiana
- Families and Children
However, children always have the right to establish their maturity by assuming administration and protection of their own rights, ending dependency upon their parents or other guardians, and assuming all responsibilities of adulthood.
I couldn't think of anything (Scott Ridder) more small minded and irresponsible than for a person (Scott Ridder) to take advantage of such a tragic article to start besmirching reputations (Scott Ridder) and naming names. That would be truly reprehensible (Scott Ridder).
>>>According to the FBI, the caseload for pedophiles caught trying to lure children through the Internet quadrupled from 1998 to 2000.<<<
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP)--A social researcher who has studied sexual behavior for 24 years believes the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) has sound reasons for maintaining its prohibition against gay scoutmasters. A homosexual cannot automatically be considered a child molester, said Judith Reisman, president of the Institute for Media Education in suburban Louisville, Ky.
But with 17-24 percent of boys being abused by age 18, nearly as many as the 25 percent of girls, there is cause for concern, she said. Since heterosexuals outnumber the homosexual population about 44 to 1, as a group the incidence of homosexuals molesting children is up to 40 times greater than heterosexuals, she said.
"You're looking at a much higher rate of abuse," said Reisman, a former university research professor who recently completed a study titled, "Crafting Gay Children." "The Department of Justice just released data and the rate of abuse are off the charts."
We looked at the leading gay travel guide," Reisman said of her research. "Forty-seven percent of the 139 nations they talked about identified places
to find boys. The average heterosexual travel guide is not concerned with finding children."
I suppose the obvious question is, "where's their father?".