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CO: Kids playing doctor aren’t felony sex offenders – Guest Column

Juvenile cellphone “sexting” is the technological equivalent of playing doctor, something that has been part of human behavior for as long as anyone can remember. Sexual curiosity is a natural part of physical and emotional development in children, and only the most zealous of prudes would argue that innocent exploration ought to constitute a crime. Full Article

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  1. Hating the World right now.

    It’s a slippery slope. Police should have broad powers to search all students’ cell phones, digital apparatuses, etc. No warrant required, because it’s merely an administrative search (to be followed by criminal charges). The children must be protected from themselves! Maybe when every little Bobby and Becky gets arrested on felony child porn charges, then maybe the public will start to notice. And when no school-aged children are allowed on school campuses. then what…no more public schools? This has all become so insane!!

    • AJ

      Yup, lock ’em up. Sexting is obviously a “gateway activity” that can and will only lead to a life of sex crimes. We gotta catch them as soon as possible and try them as adults. There’s premeditation and aforethought in making the images and sending them via interstate communications (thus a federal offense and 5 years in prison), so they’re absolutely aware of their activities. Ignorance of the law? Sorry, no excuse. No leniency.


      • Hating the World right now.

        You got it, AJ! Only by felony charges, prison time, and lifetime SO registration will the children be saved from themselves.

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