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KY: Teen sex a crime? Ky high court to hear case

The eighth-grade boy and his seventh-grade girlfriend had been dating about 1½ years when they decided to have sex, which they did twice at her house when nobody was home. The boy, 15, also texted two nude pictures of himself to the girl, 13, who sent him one back.

When the girl’s parents found the pictures on her phone, they took out a warrant in Woodford Circuit Court, and the boy was charged with sexual misconduct, a misdemeanor, and possessing matter portraying a sexual performance by a minor, a felony. Full Article

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  1. td777

    Why the hell wasn’t she charged? No one forced her to save the photos of him, no one forced her to take and send photos of herself.

    Furthermore, it is absolutely disgusting that he would have to endure being in custody and “treatment” as a a sexual predator. Every party who was part of his conviction should be charged and prosecuted for child abuse, including assistant attorney general Fuchs.

    • MS

      She wasn’t charged because we live in a world of double standards…especially when it comes to anything of a sexual nature. When females expose themselves (in person or digitally) they are applauded (example mardi gras, spring break, etc). If a male does the same thing…he gets locked up. If they find underage female with nude selfies…she will often get a pass (she was being a silly foolish girl) but they will pound any male (minors included) into the ground for possessing those same photos. There needs to be a stop to this double standard. Why isn’t law enforcement and the courts applying the same punishment to the underage girls that are taking and distributing child pornography? When a male (minors included) is arrested for CP…he’s labeled a monster and predator for life. The public demands that the “child predator” receive punishments that exceed what some violent murderers face.

      The double standard suits law enforcement and the courts. Arresting and prosecuting these girls for their role in this would undermine the stigma of the “sex offender” label. How could you continue to convince the public that all sex offenders are monsters when 12-18 year old girls are getting put on the registry? Then and only then will adults begin pleading for changes in the registry.

      Pornography is a multi-billion dollar business…and it’s not limited to the adult film industry. You get bombarded by pornographic images everywhere…starting at a very early age. Pornography/sex sells magazines (GQ, Sports Illustrated, Rolling Stone, Maxim), it sells food (Carls Jr, Hooters, etc), it sells clothes (Victoria Secret, etc). The stimulus is everywhere…you can’t avoid it even if you try. You eventually get hooked and you spend hundreds, maybe thousands of dollars on it. The addiction finally results in you possessing CP either intentionally or accidentally. Now you can spend many thousands more in court fees, lawyers, psych evals, counselors, etc. CP arrests are great for business (the media, counseling providers, lawyers, etc). Why ruin a good thing? Think about it.

  2. David

    Notice the “kid-centric” and sex-hysteric media: A long and thorough article primarily because it involves kids.
    But which child is truly being exploited??
    And I’m very glad it was noted that if “B.H.” had consensual sex with an adult, the adult would be charged with a crime, so how is “B.H.” able to be culpable in this instant, but innocent victim in the other?
    I hope this goes all the way to SCOTUS, so a spotlight can be focused on this Country’s sex-hysteria, witchhunt mentality, and the myriad multiple injustices of existing sex offense/offender statutes.

  3. Tired of hiding

    American’s are afraid of sex period. This is just stupid and pathetic!

    American is pathetic and as the decline continues it will continue to manufacture criminals to divert attention from the real problems!

    “The only power any government has is the power to crack down on criminals.
    Well, when there aren’t enough criminals, one makes them.
    One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for man to live without breaking laws.”
    – Ayn Rand, 1957

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