Markham , Little Rock, AR , Interventions for child sexual abusers should take into account their perspectives on the context of their offenses, but no descriptions of everyday life from the offender's point of view have been published. This study therefore explored female offenders' views of their strengths and challenges. The content analysis yielded coding decisions organized in three themes. The global theme was relationship experiences.
Susan, 33, and Josh, 31, met in September when Josh worked a job that delivered beds to the Missouri hospital where Susan worked. According to Susan, a month into the relationship, Josh told her he was on the sex offender registry for a crime he committed while he was serving in the Marines. Their children were 2 and 5 at the time. A few months into their relationship, Susan allowed Josh to meet her two children. I could see from his point of view. While it may seem surprising to many, some women are willing to go through being outwardly shunned by family and their communities in the defense of the men because to them, love trumps all.
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Experts say it's not just sex. According to the Justice Department's most recent statistics, sex offenses are still very much a man's crime. Female sex offenders are very rare: 96 percent of the sex assaults reported in involved male perpetrators. Women were most commonly involved in sex abuse cases involving victims under age 6, making up 12 percent of those offenders. Women were involved in 3 percent of the sex cases involving victims age 6 through 12, and 3 percent for victims ages 13 through Because they are so rare, experts are not able to draw an accurate profile of a typical female sex offender.