R. v. Sharpe,  1 S.C.R. 45, 2001 SCC 2 Her Majesty the
... -3The accused was charged with two counts of possession of child
pornography under s. 163.1(4) of the Criminal Code and two counts of possession of
child pornography for the purposes of distribution or sale under s. 163.1(3). “Child
pornography”, as defined in s. 163.1(1) of the Code, includes visu ...
... Method: This manuscript is part 1 of 2 of our collaborative work during the 2015
International Consultation on Sexual Medicine for Committee 2.
Results: Our work as sexual medicine clinicians is essentially transdisciplinary,
which involves not only the collaboration of multidisciplinary professiona ...
Autoerotic Asphyxiation Syndrome In Adolescent and Young Adult
... suffocating devices, while the individual masturbates to orgasm. The most common practitioners of this
paraphilia are adolescent and young adult males. Despite its long documented history, this bizarre
practice is still an enigma for most in society, including medical and law enforcement personnel.
A Review of the Literature on Sexual Assault Perpetrator
... Sexual assault continues to be a pervasive problem in the United States. One survey estimates
that 19 percent of women and 2 percent of men in the United States have been sexually assaulted
at some point in their lifetime. Similarly, within the armed forces, 23 percent of women and
4 percent of men ...
PATTERNS OF RULE-VIOLATING BEHAVIOR IN CHILDREN AND
... of involvement falls outside the norm. For example, sexual activity is considered
problem behavior when it is initiated during early adolescence, but is more normative
during late adolescence and early adulthood (Graber, Brooks-Gunn, & Galen, 1998;
Leitenberg & Saltzman, 2000; Miller-Johnson et al., ...
Sexting, consent and young people`s ethics: Beyond
... to be shared. In some cases, a sexually explicit image or video was discovered by others and
circulated without consent:
Interviewee: I just think mobiles aren’t private at all . . . I had another friend who used to
film naughty videos . . . Those movies didn’t have a password or anything and I don’ ...
as a PDF
... Thornton, 1992) or rape myth acceptance (RMA) (Jenkins and Dambrot,
1987; Krahe, 1988; Stormo, Lang, & Stritzke, 1997), relate to reactions to
rape. RMA is conceptualized as the amount of stereotypic ideas people have
about rape, such as that women falsely accuse men of rape, rape is not harmful, wo ...
Human Trafficking by the Numbers
... This project has been made possible through the commitment, vision, and efforts of many in
Texas who are working in the anti-trafficking movement and fighting to end exploitation and
trafficking of some of our most vulnerable populations.
Our sincere thanks goes to the many research participants who ...
Bias in Psychotherapy with BDSM Clients
... BDSM fantasies are even more common than behaviors. Hariton (as cited in
Wright & Moser, n.d.) found that up to 49% of women fantasize about submissive roles
during sex with approximately 20% doing so frequently. In the early nineteen fifties,
Kinsey, Pomeroy, Martin, and Gebhard (1953) surveyed Mid ...
How `Adult Pornography` Contributes
... I first got interested in the “grooming” problem in the late 1980s. At the time, I was a
staff attorney at Morality in Media, and one of my responsibilities was to write the bimonthly Obscenity Law Bulletin. Before I could begin writing an issue, I first had to go
through a stack of court cases to d ...
Encyclopedia of Rape
... another three-word sentence, rape is controversial.”5 But rape is controversial precisely because it is a crime that involves sex acts.
At the same time, today there seems to be more freedom to discuss both rape
and its effects on victims and survivors. Several survivors of rape have published
Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal
Widespread organised child sexual abuse took place in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England, between 1997 and 2013. Local investigations into the abuse began in 1999, although some reports were never finalised or made public by the authorities. In 2010, five men of Pakistani heritage were found guilty of a series of sexual offences against girls as young as twelve. A subsequent investigation by The Times reported that the child sex exploitation was much more widespread, and the Home Affairs Select Committee criticised the South Yorkshire Police force and Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council for their handling of the abuse.An independent inquiry into child sexual abuse in the town, led by Professor Alexis Jay, was established in 2013 for Rotherham Council. The inquiry's initial report, published on 26 August 2014, condemned the failure of the authorities in Rotherham to act effectively against the abuse and even, in some cases, to acknowledge that it was taking place. It conservatively estimated that 1,400 children had been sexually abused in the town between 1997 and 2013, predominantly by gangs of British-Pakistani men. Abuses described by the report included abduction, rape, torture and sex trafficking of children.Members of the British-Pakistani community condemned both the sexual abuse and that it had been covered up for fear of ""giving oxygen"" to racism. The leader of Rotherham Borough Council, Roger Stone, resigned, as did the council's Chief Executive, Martin Kimber, and the director of children's services, Joyce Thacker. Shaun Wright, the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for South Yorkshire who had been a Labour councillor in charge of child safety at the council, stood down on 16 September, after initially refusing demands that he should do so. The Home Secretary, Theresa May, blamed the failure of the authorities in Rotherham on ""institutionalised political correctness"", and Denis MacShane, the former MP for Rotherham during the period covered by the report, admitted that he had been ""guilty of doing too little"" to investigate the extent of the sex crimes being committed in his constituency.Independent inquiries were set up into the actions of both South Yorkshire Police and Rotherham Borough Council, to examine their roles in investigating the allegations and their procedures and practices. Further allegations of a cover-up, including the theft of documents from a council researcher's office, were made in a Home Affairs Select Committee report in October 2014. In February 2015, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Eric Pickles, announced that an independent report prepared by Louise Casey considered the council to be ""not fit for purpose"", and elected councillors would be replaced by a team of five commissioners, including one tasked specifically with looking at children's services.