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The overpolicing of American sex

Rape and sexual assault often do not get the police attention they deserve in the United States, whether on college campuses, in the military or in major American cities. This isn’t arguable.

But sex is also vastly overpoliced in this country, and this ought to concern us, too. Full Op-Ed Piece

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When a religious media outlet such as Al Jezeera questions how far Americans are going in their war on sex, one cannot help but realize this country has gone way too far.

Acceptable and offensive sex is in the eye of the beholder. For a short time I worked in a place that I was the only man among 15+ women. The stuff they would, openly, talk about would make me and most sailors blush.

From the time I first “came out” as a gay male in 1969, I have always rejected the idea that social conservatives occupy some sort of moral high ground. Most gay activities back then were considered felonies by the law. And the law was not just wrong, it was immoral.

Just today I had a twenty minute conversation with a retired prosecutor in my county—I have known and conversed regularly with him for the last year. I explained to him: there is such s thing as a victimless crime. Those so called crimes are not crimes at all. He agreed.

I fully accept the point of view of Wilhelm Reich, the famous disciple of Freud. Sex is a normal part of normal life. And I must say that, contrary to the quest for violence and domination which characterizes our own society, sex by mutual consent is a benign and benevolent force for mutual understanding and mutual benefit. And frankly, our species could not exist without it.

Land of the free, home of the brave, and what the hell is a constitution? Americas new version of the holocaust

Here we go again with the number in the 700,000 range. I’ve been hearing this number for several years now and I believe it has to be wrong when one considers the nationwide witch hunt by the sex haters, that think everyone should have the same beliefs as them (missionary, lights out and eyes closed?), and push for laws to this end. I think they would have everyone in the world on a straight pepper diet when it comes to our God given sexual instinct. Does anyone have a link to current numbers? There has to be well over one million registrants by now.

The latest number is 779,579. That’s according to the Parents for Megan’s Law website, []. That is approximately 1 in every 205 males in the United States, if you assume half of the current US population (319.5 million) is male, and you also assume almost all registered citizens are male. Of course, if you broke that down further, to include only adult males, that ratio would increase. For example, in Virginia, 1 in every 148 adult males is currently a registered citizen. []

According to Wikipedia, 27.3% of the U.S. population is under 20 years of age. That brings your number to 1 in every 141 adult males is a RSO which is on par with the stats from Virginia.

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