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Five Signs That You're Going Out With a Child Molester




"There are 400,000 registered sex offenders scattered across the United States, and about 80 to 100,000 of them are unaccounted for. They are supposed to be registered, but we do not know where they are and we do not know exactly where they are living. - Ernie Allen, President of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to co-anchor Hannah Storm on the Early Show.
You've met a terrific gentleman and now you've been seeing one another for a few months. He appears to be like a dream come true. He doesn't mind that you have youngsters, actually, he gets along great with them.
It sounds like you've met the ideal man. Or will he turn out to be a single mother's worst nightmare?
He most likely is actually just a great gentleman who likes kids. But consider this: most pedophiles are not strange old guys skulking in the bushes at the school. Quite a few child molesters are well-educated, productive in business, and very highly regarded in their towns.
Does your boyfriend look like a child molester? What does a child molester look like? The reality is, there is no way to tell by looking at someone if he is a pedophile. Molesters look like regular people. They may actually dress in a uniform or a suit. They might be nice and clean or unkempt. No one can see inside the molesters head and no one can tell from outward appearance.
How can you tell a child molester then? Here are five signs:
1) He gets along so well with your youngsters that occasionally it seems he likes them a lot more than he likes you. He wants to include them in just about every outing you take and generally suggests outings that should appeal in particular to them.
Sixty-six per cent of all prisoners in prison for sexual assault or rape had committed their crime against a child. -BJS Survey of State Prison Inmates, 1991.
2) He calls children his "friends." It seems he has more youngster friends than adult friends. Pedophiles are usually socially remote except for their interest in kids.
Acquaintance perpetrators are the most common abusers, constituting approximately 70-90% of all reported perpetrators. -Finkelhor, D. 1994.
3) He organizes and participates in events that leave out other adults. He wants time alone with his desired victim. The last thing he wants is a supervising parent or other responsible adult around.
Three fourths of the violent victimizations of small children took place in either the victim's home or the offenders residence. -BJS Survey of State Prison Inmates, 1991.
4) He moves often and unexpectedly. Child molesters will generally move to avoid detection, to stay away from confrontations with parent, to locate a brand new pool of victims, to steer clear of getting caught.
More than 1/2 of all convicted sex offenders are sent back to prison inside a year. Within 2 years, 77.9% are back. -California Department of Corrections.
5) There's just "something not right" about him. If you've even a feeling that some thing is wrong, something might really be wrong. Do not ignore your feelings just because he's "such an incredible boyfriend."
That being said, remember that false accusations can also ruin lives. Don't make accusations or spread rumors that may possibly harm an innocent man. Verify for sure if he has a history of predation before you start accusing him or spreading rumors.

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