Thursday, January 25, 2007

Female Paedophile Parade of Shame

Check out this website. It summarises the recent rash of female teachers, mainly in North America, who have been charged with sexually abusing their students. Needless to say, as all of these paedophiles are women, most of the victims are boys, the youngest listed being nine years old. Many of the victims were autistic or special needs children.

The striking thing about them is the lenient sentences they received. Some of the cases are still pending, but of the eighty five offenders listed, most of those who have been convicted did not receive prison time, and were not always required to register as sex offenders. In one case, a paedophile teacher lost her teaching license for two years. That's it. In the case of Cameo Patch, she "was sentenced to no jail time, despite comments from the judge that a man would have likely gone to prison". Another one got two years 'house arrest'. There is no question that men would have been punished far more harshly for the same crimes.

What would have happened if those crimes had taken place in the UK? Needless to say, the News of the World wouldn't publish these ugly mug-shots in its front page. Rebekkah Wade would not be running an expose in The Sun. It's doubtful whether the Crown Prosecution Service would even bother to prosecute any of them. As victims of the phallocentric hierarchy, the poor dears have already suffered enough.

People just do not want to believe that women do things like that. "A surprising 86% of survivors of sexual abuse were not believed when they said the abuser was a woman." Reference

Erin Pizzey knows better. She states "I was working in Santa Fe New Mexico on child abuse cases and against paedophiles. Here is where I discovered that there are just as many women paedophiles as there were men. Women go undetected as usual."Reference

Women are better able than men to cover their tracks. "Experts say that women can more easily disguise such offenses as care" Reference

If a boy complains of being sexually molested by a woman, society often treats it as a joke.

The feminist movement is heavily complicit in all of this, needless to say. By trying to convince us all that women are shining paragons of moral virtue, and by creating an oppressive cultural climate in which even questioning the word of a woman is seen as political thought-crime, the feminist movement is giving aid and concealment to female child abusers. At the same time, they invent lots of non-existent male sex offenders.

We are living in a climate in which false accusations against men are routine, and routinely go unpunished. I have written at length already about the Satanic Child Abuse witch-hunts of the 1990s, and the recent scandal of the Warren Blackwell case, but many other similar cases go unnoticed. In this one, a male teacher was cleared of raping a student by the Court of Appeal, after he had already died in prison.

This is all part of a relentless political war against men and families, designed to undermine 'The Patriarchy', whatever that is, and institute a utopian society.

As the great philosopher Karl Popper said, "Those who promise us heaven on earth have only ever delivered hell". Reference

The rape and child abuse scandals which fill our newspapers, the imaginary paedophiles lurking in every kindergarten, are part of an on-going cultural and political war against men. Protecting the innocent, or serving justice, doesn't enter into it.

Additional reading on female sexual offending:

Many still don't see women as sex predators

Abused Boys: The Neglected Victims of Sexual Abuse

Female Sexual Abuse of Children

Sexual abuse by women of children and teens

Studies Investigate Female Sex Offenders

For a list of other violent females from history, click here.

5 comments:

Nick S said...

There was a case in Australia, I believe maybe just over a year ago, where a woman babysitter sexually molested two baby girls in her care. She inserted objects into their genitals, causing some damage and bleeding. Yet she got a suspended sentence! A man would spend years in prison for far lesser offences against children.

It's definitely the case that society is largely in denial about the extent of female paedophilia.

Re: when women have sex with underage boys it is usually taken less seriously because everyone knows boys are gagging for sexual experience. But there are many underage girls who are not exactly virginal or pure. Should they be considered fair game for older males?

Anonymous said...

You wrote: "The rape and child abuse scandals which fill our newspapers, the imaginary paedophiles lurking in every kindergarten, are part of an on-going cultural and political war against men. Protecting the innocent, or serving justice, doesn't enter into it."

True to a point, but let's not exaggerate the case. Especially in re the media (news reports and fictional drama) one must always remember the truism that "if it bleeds, it leads." People are interested in sex and violence--sometimes to the point of obsession--and the media conglomerates know that all too well and exploit that commonly accepted fact of life. Thus, stories of sex scandals or perceived "immoral" behavior, or sex crimes, along with other violent crimes, take pride of place in news reoprts and in entertainment dramas, as that is what the public craves. It certainly is not evidence of a vast, feminist-inspired, misandric conspiracy among news producers, journalists, entertainment executives, and the like.

You have a valid point to argue, but you weaken it by pushing it to an extreme. Isn't that one of your oft-stated criticisms of feminists?

freethinker said...

You wrote: "The rape and child abuse scandals which fill our newspapers, the imaginary paedophiles lurking in every kindergarten, are part of an on-going cultural and political war against men. Protecting the innocent, or serving justice, doesn't enter into it."

True to a point, but let's not forget the old truism that "if it bleeds, it leads." One could perhaps expand that truism to say "if it bleeds or ejaculates, it leads." People have always been interested in sex and violence, and the media industry (news and entertainment divisions) knows and exploits that fact. Sex scandals, perceived "immorality", sex crimes, and violence in all its forms sell newspapers, magazines, and attract viewers. It's not necessarily evidence of a vast, feminist-inspired, misandric conspiracy among news producers, journalists, entertainment executives, and the like.

You have a valid point to argue, but you weaken it by pushing it to extremes. Isn't that one of your oft-stated criticisms of feminists, after all?

Christian J said...

"It's not necessarily evidence of a vast, feminist-inspired, misandric conspiracy among news producers, journalists, entertainment executives, and the like."

Yes, ofcourse, neither do women and feminist go the path "it's always a man's fault".

What a load of feminised claptrap.

Anonymous said...

Anglosaxon societies are supposed to uphold the value of the law over anything else, that's how many britons sold it to me when I was in my home country, yet I keep seeing you use a different ruler for men and women in every case.

In comparison with Spain though, at least you sometimes aknowledge that female can rape, but it would be a step forward if sentences for crimes become gender neutral, as for today in both the UK and the USA men tend to be charged more time than women for exactly the same crimes.

I consider myself a feminist, meaning that I see both gender as equal in capabilities but also in responsabilities, yet I keep seeing how men are natural criminals and women are just criminals because men made them do it...I think this is actually condescending, women can be criminals on their own right without a men telling them to, the same they could be good CEO without magical penis guidance.