Participate in our study on veterans who have been convicted of a sex crime

[Note from Janice: I recommend this. Emily is a part of ACSOL]

Dear Veterans,

There is still time to participate in our study on veterans who have been convicted of a sex crime.

Thank you to those who have already participated in this research project. As of January 8, 2020, we have received 164 completed surveys; however, we still need more veterans on the registry to complete the survey. Our goal is to have a minimum of 250-300 completed surveys by the end of the month. If you have yet to complete a survey, please fill one out. Click on this confidential study link:

If you started a survey and did not complete it due to technical issues, short on time, or whatever reason, you are still able to complete your original survey. In order to do so, you will need to use the same device (computer, tablet, or smartphone) that you first started taking the survey on. While on the original device, click on this confidential study link:

It should take you to where you left off on the survey. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Dr. Emily Horowitz ( or Shawn Rolfe (

Again, we thank each and every one of you for your willingness to support our research.

With gratitude,

Dr. Emily Horowitz and Shawn Rolfe

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Where will the results be published and what’s to stop some tough-on-sex-offenders politician from using the information to gain favor with the voters by taking VA benefits from vets who happen to be RCs?
We’ve already seen one vet lose the keys to his new home when his status as an RC was revealed. I’d hate for that to spread to other VA benefits.

First of all, I would like to say I much admire Dr. Emily Horowitz from articles she has written, however I would prefer that she devote her expertise in defeating the harm that her profession has partnered with lawmakers to register and monitor us.
Obviously, the government recognizes the Mental Health Association as the authority on our behavior and delegates their decisions accordingly.
The lies and the endeavor to homogenize us as a group of uncontrollable-incurable sexual addicts should be obvious to any avenue of legitimate scientific discovery and drastically needs revision, IMHO.

From my point of view, the only way to destroy the registry sham is for the Mental Health Association to maintain their limitations and merely lend their un-categorized opinions with regard to any criminal behavior.