A new California law that gives male inmates the right to be housed in female prisons provides no protection for women inmates or guards.
The New York Times has defended so-called victimless child sex crimes in a lengthy apologetic for men in prison for solicitation for sex with minors.
Providing reasonable legal accommodation to this very specific and narrow experience should not be an open invitation for adults to exploit young teenagers by engaging in sex with them.
Treating child predation like a disease has put too much focus on rehabilitating criminals and too little focus on keeping children safe.
Operation Underground Railroad is equipping local law enforcement with the tools — and dogs — they need to put sex offenders behind bars.
Some entertainment is just not suitable for children. Provocative adult entertainers at Drag Queen Story Hour should be an obvious example.
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