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My wife stayed with me after my cp conviction. It was very difficult for her and I am very Blessed she did. I had a court order allowing me to stay at home unsupervised and unrestricted. But the PO at the time forced me to move out.
It’s 8 years since I got off paper, there are still difficulties but we tackle them together

I don’t even need to see the video. People have more history than onlookers know about. Her relationship with her husband is her business and no one else’s. Odds are the only people that have a problem with her decision to stay with her husband know absolutely nothing about him beyond what he was convicted for.

For a crowd that claims to need the registry to make informed decisions regarding their safety, it’s pretty audacious of them to expect her to disregard their entire history history together, of which they not only know nothing, but apparently have no interest.

People are complicated creatures and should not be defined by a mistake they made or problem they have, especially if they are trying to do better. We are multifaceted, dynamic, and capable of learning and growing. Just because someone did a “bad” thing, it does not mean they are a bad person or that they do not have good in them. I dare anyone to find a person without serious flaws or big mistakes in their lives, but not everyone was caught or called out in public for their wrongs.

And I would never judge someone else’s relationship if it is their choice.

“Every year 10,000 British families find out a loved one is an online paedophile.” Can we just stop and talk about how insane that number is? These are almost all otherwise law-abiding Britons who are suddenly serious criminals and personas non grata, at a scale that looks suspiciously like a totalitarian police state! I’m not sure if ever in English history law-abiding men, paying taxes and contributing to society, have ever been prosecuted at such a high rate, with severe penalties—even in the days of the empire when homosexuality was outlawed the severe laws were really seldom enforced (although regrettably they sometimes were). It’s even worse in America of course, where our nascent police state, according to today’s New York Times, can’t even solve actual crimes, but can ensure law abiding families are exiled. I recently looked at the list of US Federal politicians convicted of crimes on Wikipedia: from 1776 to 1897, there were 3; there were 15 during Obama’s presidency alone. The geometrically-increasing pace at which American professional men are indicted, often by Federal courts, is indicative of a growing totalitarianism in the US that we’ve all somehow come to believe is evidence for anti-totalitarianism. Sex crimes are the canary in the coal mine for an emerging police state.

What I hatemost is how America allows pornography to proliferate online, inside adult bookstores and video shops all across the country. And it’s extremely easy to find underage porn mixed in with the 100s of legal adult porn sites that dominate the internet. But if any person is thought to be viewing material below a certain age, they are considered the most vile & evil person on the planet who should be put away in prison for a long time.. none of that community sentencing that let’s a person off easy like the case is in Britain. I have more respect for hard-core Arab & African countries that just ban porn altogether.