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Kenny Omega responds to fan complaints he booked a sex offender on CEO x NJPW show

[ 6/30/18]

While Jim Cornette may find himself upset over the main event of the CEO x NJPW: When Worlds Collide event featuring stuffed animals and what not, other fans of professional wrestling are upset about one wrestler getting booked on the show at all.

Chasyn Rance, a registered sex offender, defeated Aaron Epic in the first dark match of the evening. Fans then took to Twitter to question Kenny Omega about the decision to have such a match on the show. His response:

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I’m confused. What makes the guy a criminal? And what about the other individuals who appeared on a show? Does he know if any of the other sold pot in high school, stole a car and went joy riding, knowingly lied on their income tax returns, what if they drink alcohol before the age of 21? All of those things are crimes, so anyone who did those would be a criminal –
regardless of whether or not they were caught and punished for it – they’re still a criminal. Can anyone provide me with the statute of limitations for these things? If you sold on in high school 5 years later, are you still a drug dealer? What about if you and your buddies stole a car, how long before you no longer car thief – 5 years 10 years?

The comments in that article exemplifies why thepublic’s limited collective reasoning skills simply cannot get past the negative connotation of the term “sex offender.” It’s a life-destroying label that invokes animosity and resentment.

“Life-destroying label” really sums up the term Registered Sex Offender, doesn’t it?
I can’t think of any other identifier that carries so much weight it precludes or prevents people from participation in just about any activity, whether it be employment, education, romance, travel, parenting, or life in general.
Avoiding the label by flying under the radar allows for some semblance of normalcy, but once we’re found out and that label is slapped on our forehead it is, as someone else called it, “social death.”

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