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Should Ex-Sex Offender Be Allowed Around His Own Minor Children?

Imagine: You’re a free man (or woman), but you can’t be around your loved ones due to a crime that you’ve already paid for. When will society forgive for the mistakes of the past?

Is it true that it is our children who eventually suffer from our mistakes? They are apart of our lives. Our lives affect one another each and every day. This is a lifetime connection.

If a man has done wrong, and paid the price by serving his time should we not allow him to be free? How long will we bound him to his past? How can he let it go when we won’t let him? When we discipline our children, we punish them. No TV, no phone, they can’t even go outside. Once punishment time is over, they’ve been forgiven, and are now allowed to do what they normally do – except whatever caused them to be punished.

That’s how they learn valuable lessons on consequence and forgiveness and also responsibility. If we punish them for life we’re showing them how to hold grudges and not wanting to acknowledge them. Why does society hold grudges against men who are off punishment? They are now supposed to see the benefits of now learning from their mistakes, not having to be taunted by their mistakes, through other people. Withholding certain rights and liberties even the liberty of being around their own children. He’s never hurt them; his punishment did not involve them.

But the children were affected by his punishment. They were unable to see him. He was unable to provide for them, discipline and guide them. His children now need to see their father receive forgiveness so that they too will be able to forgive. If he has finally served his punishment and still isn’t allowed to see his children when he’s done, they will start to hold a grudge. An “eye for an eye” a grudge for a grudge? That’s a viscous cycle!

The man is the head of the family and he is also a human being. It is in our nature to do wrong. We are capable of doing bad and good. The good thing about being human is that you can learn from your mistakes and also help others to learn from your experience. It might seem awkward to say that an ex-sex offender can teach people not to go down that path but it’s true.

Who better knows the outcome of such a violating crime? Who better to explain the guilt and the sorrow that you will feel and how agonizing the repercussions are? He can now also teach his children not to go down the path he went and also protect them from people that are what he used to be. He will have to set an example for them proving that people can change. If he is constantly ridiculed and not allowed his total freedom then his children will not see a point in changing from bad to good. If you’re still going to be punished for being bad when you’re being good then why be good. Your good is in vain!

So let’s stop judging these men especially if they have paid their debt to society. If they are not repeat offenders, then let’s praise them for the change and encourage them keep doing good. We might not like what they’ve done or the pain that they have caused but we can not go back in time and erase anyone’s mistakes. We must forgive them and learn to get along with them. Put yourself in their children’s shoes. He is still their loved one and what hurts him hurts them. We all live together in this world and the only way to get along is to get along.

A father deserves to see his children. He’s never been a threat to them; all he has done is hurt them by being away from them. Let him be free, and restore him his liberties. Allow him to make better judgment, and not judge him because of past ones.

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  1. dianne

    On April 11, 2008 at 10:28 pm


    are you out of your mind any one who commits a sex crime should not be allowed around ANY children!!! they dont know right from wrong !! and you think they can teach there own kids any thing thats good! sex offenders CANT change They will continue to hurt and destroy peoples lives ! so why should any one give them another chance to hurt any one else!! Dont judge him GOD will do that and then look out!!! as a father he should have realized when he was committing his SICK act that there would be a punishment he should be thankfull that he is not allowed to see his children (less temptation) just be thankfull he still has life !!

    ps once a sex offender ALWAYS A SEX OFFENDER!!!!
    there is no EX sex offender

    the only way they can pay there debt to society is when they are dead!!!

  2. Lisa Jenkins

    On September 20, 2008 at 8:57 pm


    Hey, I loved this article. People are too ignorant to understand that FIRST OF ALL, there are different crimes that can classify someone as a sex offender, and some people who are “sex offenders” really don’t have a problem. My brother was 23 and met a young woman at a BAR, and ended up sleeping with her, and got caught, and THEN found out she’d gotten in the bar with a fake id. He is a registered sex offender, spent 2 1/2 years in prison, can’t get a respectable job, can’t be with the woman of his dreams because she has a child, and has to pay to take a sex offender class that is 5 hours away, and take that class every month. He is paying for this mistake every day, and I am ashamed of our government for allowing all this to happen to someone that is such a beautiful person, and You would be surprised at how many of these so called sex offenders are actually not anyone to be worried about, just a man (or woman) who made a mistake. There are some that need help, but so many that don’t. We need to figure out how to tell the difference, and how to keep people safe, and stop making these people into VICTIMS. Its not right. Please don’t make the mistae of thinking that you know something when you have NEVER been in their shoes.

    PS Once they are classified and called a sex offender, it haunts these people forever. Imagine being called something that you are not forever. No there is no EX sex offender, but there are people who need to get out of peoples judgement. You have no right to judge, so please keep an open mind about others. I feel personally insulted by this other person’s comment. I would love to tell her, that she will pay for her sins when she is dead as well, let go of your ignorant ideas about people. I’m glad that I can. It is much easier to live and let live.

    Thanks for the great article, I hope others have a moment to really think about this subject. :)

  3. Lynnae

    On December 2, 2008 at 8:22 pm


    How could this woman say let God be the judge? Not very religious of her to say so because in my bible all sins are equal. Besides we are all human, we all sin in the flesh and if a man makes a mistake such as one that a sex offender makes yes he can learn not to be a future offender. There are people who steal that learn to stop stealing but do you judge them as badly as a sex-offender. No! Yes it is a horrindous crime but when do we say he’s done paying for his sin. Just like a person who kills in self-defense and a person who kills just because. All so-called sex offender’s aren’t a danger to society. I’m not saying shake the sex-offender’s hand down the street but I am saying to let the man be and if he looks suspicious then do something about it. Until you have a reason to point and call someone perverted don’t accuse them of being what they used to be.

  4. does not matter

    On December 14, 2008 at 11:11 pm


    I agree with what a lot of you say. i was convicted of a sex offence in 1999. i did my time and my time was over then past new laws that make this thing go on for ever. it not right! i am truly sorry for what i did. and i will never do it again. the leasson i learned was that i hurt many people that i love. it wasn’t i went to prison, so be it i went. who suffers now, every one that i love. now the victim of my crime now suffers! she now wish that she would have never said anything. why? she now suffers, her sister suffers and her mother suffers BECAUSE OF THE GOVERMENT AND THE IGNORENT PEOPLE OF THIS COUNTRY. my victim was my daughter. i touch her 1 time in a way i shoud not have.( i was wrong) i am proud of my daughter for saying something. over the years we have talked even though the law says other wise. and we have been honest with each other about everything. my daughter realizes that i was very depressed and drinking a lot at that time. But she knows the real me. so if she, can forgive me. why can’t the rest of this country. my daughter was the victim not this country or the law makers!! this country make it almost impossible for a man that wants to do right with the laws they make. you have to send out fliers, put your picture in the paper every so many years. now you have to have in big orange letters SEX OFFENDER stamped accross your ID. who wants to show this and who wants to give a man a job with sex offender stamped on his ID.
    GOOD LUCK to all the men and women fighting this B/S

  5. please forgive

    On January 10, 2009 at 11:09 am


    i just got home from being in jail for 6 months. i’m being told that i cant see my children. i can’t call or even write letters. my offense was against 2 teen age girls. i was in my vehicle and asked them a terrible question and then sped away. my feelings at the time nasea, hatred at myself, fear and every thing else that you can imagine. my life has been torn apart because of what i’ve done. the money (lots), lost my family, lost freinds, no one at my church even called to see if i was all right. i can’t imagine the pain thats been inflicted on my sons. my pain has gone beyond any that i have ever know. i’m having to move to another county so that i can have a place to live where i’m not around children. at 44 i’m starting all over again and am missing my children more and more every day. this is just the begining of my fight even if it takes what little left that i have. thank you who understand that all of these offenses are not alike. GOD BLESS.

  6. Unbelievable...

    On February 17, 2009 at 9:11 am


    I just recieved the worst shock of my life. I was dating a guy. I love him to death he was great to me and my kids. He got arrested a few nights ago. I was there and so were my children but they were asleep. Thank god! The cops called me to the door and gave me the worst news of my life. He said ” DO you know he is a registered Sex Offender?”. I just went blank. All these thoughts running through my head… Then the cop tells me hes not going to take my children cause he could honestly tell I didn’t know… How could someone not tell you this? My children were around. I trusted him. I’m in complete shock. My kids could have been taken from me… I could careless about the situation of him but MY KIDS COULD HAVE BEEN GONE FOR GOOD!!! I looked him up and there he was! I would have never thought to look him up as that. I juist don’t know what to do or say! Just thought I would express myself…

  7. hope this helps

    On February 20, 2009 at 9:19 pm


    Unbelievable, I want to say that I am sorry for what this man did (not telling you) there is no excuse for that. And what i am about say may not confort you. I can understand why he did it, But again there is no excuse. I am a convicted sex offender, the Goverment makes everyone of us out to be a monster! The minute you tell some one that you was convicted of such. Most people run the other way and do not listen to the story of how we are convicted. Some of us are guilty, some of us made a mistake, some of us were worngfuly convicted, some of us have a real problem. but, not all of us are the same. But, the Goverment want every one to think we are monsters, so they can pass more laws and make us and our families suffer more. Ho! and please do not for get the large sum of money that each sex offender has to pay the goverment on a regular basies. it’s about the money not all about the safty of the people. Sex ofenders have less then 5% reoffender rate. This man may really care for you and was afraid that you would not talk to him if he told you. he was wrong!!! very wrong for not telling you. I know this because i felt the same way at one time. But, I have to be fair, I have realized that if you talk to someone and tell them the truth, 1) it is better. 2) Not as many people believe the Goverment about sex offenders as they would like. Good Luck to you and your children, And 1 more time I am sorry that this man did not try and talk to you about this. Also they can not take your children for this!! They say this to scare more people so they can make more stupid laws!!

  8. Unbelievable...

    On February 23, 2009 at 9:44 am


    Thank you for responding. I don’t hate him for not telling me and everyone else feels I should. I’m just upest that I had to find out the way I did. And I know why he didn’t. Cause we were talking about him being in prison and I told him the only way I would have a problem with him being in prison is if a little kid was hurt… It’s just odd that I said that. And then turn around and see what he was convicted of. I just wish I could hear his side of the story… See I’m not like everyone else I don’t just believe one person. From what I know about him I don’t ever think he could have done that. I could be wrong but just don’t think so. Ive talked to some friends and family of his about it and they all say the same thing that he would never do that. I just think if I hear from him I will feel beter about everything. I don’t think I could ever trust him for keeping that from me and thats what sucks the most. Cause I do love him. Its not easy to say that but I do and cant hide it. A family member of mine told me he is not allowed around children so thats why they could have taken mine.

  9. hope this helps,

    On February 26, 2009 at 7:53 pm


    Unbelievable…, hi, i don’t think that you should hate him. just ask him to be honest with you, what was his reason for not telling you. it may be as i said. he was afraid!!! if this is his answer, forgive him a chance!! and as far as the court are parole conditions may be you should look in to it, to see just what it say’s about him being around children. it coould say that he can not be around children or it could say that he can not be unsupervised children. the laws are crazy. i have read all of the post as i am sure you have? what do you think of the 2 other people that wrote, the ones that have been convicted of sex charges. and the person that says ley God judge them and then, judges all sex offenders for herself?
    P.S. stay strong, things will work for you.

  10. hope this helps,

    On February 26, 2009 at 7:58 pm


    Unbelievable, i am sorry it shold have read this way. i think faster then i type. :-)
    forgive him, give him a chance!

    also i think that you are 1 in a million for the way you think!!!

  11. Unbelievable...

    On March 2, 2009 at 9:30 pm


    Thank you very much. I beleive everyone has a side to the story even if no one believes them they still have a right to be heard. Even though I have not talked to him at all… I do forgive him for not telling me. I will ofcourse never forget about it. It also hurts that none of his friends or family have any messages for me from him… If he tried to contact me my feelings might stay stronger but I feel since he is not allowed around children it would be best to move on. My kids come first no matter what. If I have to choose between my kids and him I would choose my kids a million times. Not all sex offender are horrible people. People make mistakes… It does hurt me that some one could harm a child in any way. I just want everyone to know no matter what if someone makes a mistakes they are the one that has to live with it for the rest of their life!!! So think about what you say and do before doing it… Thank you for your time!

  12. geez

    On April 18, 2009 at 7:15 pm


    wow yes not everyone is the same, some people do learn from their mistakes and some yes are wrongly accused but thats why there are different levels set up for sex offenders and im not gonna say that i’m gonna cry a river for someone who did something wrong and went to prison which by the way they can have tv’s and are able to use the phone as well as have visitors so that poor baby crap is for the birds! i know someone who is a level 3 (which level 3 is believed to most likely to do it again) did his “time” and is not on parole/probation, nothing, no requirements but to register!!! always talks about getting with the child he messed with constantly and practically stalks her but she is so messed up in the head from it she secretly talks to him behind her parents backs and he is always messing with girls who are underage still to this day really these laws are supposed to protect the children who have been touched or fricken raped for crying out loud!! yes there are some who have a label and maybe its a bit harsh in comparison to what they have done but for the rest of the MAJORITY they are repeat offenders who have been set free on society to do it again but this time just are more careful not to get caught! and maybe the people who do a lesser crime and they and their family members/friends feel so bad for them well maybe they shouldnt of done it in the 1st place and they wouldnt have that problem. how are your kids really missing out? how were they going to be guided by their father? by getting molested? real fricken nice maybe you should think about that one!

  13. PJCH08

    On April 28, 2009 at 6:34 pm


    My situation is really bad. I am engaged to a sex offender. I am in love with this man a whole lot. He respects me and he will do for me before he does for his self. The point im making is I have two children and they love him. I have been there for him since day one. Now I want to back away from him because the probation offcier told me that even if I marry him he still cant be around my children. Now he is a sex offender because he was 18 and the girl was 15 years old. Now the law is so stupid because she lied and told him she was 17 years old and she gave him consent, but the parent push the charges because the child was not 18.
    Now being that the young lady gave consent and she did not say he raped her. Why would the court give him 5 years in prison and 5 on probation then tell him he is being charged for statutory rape. Now the rest of his life he will be a sex offender,
    Now I cant be with any more and I dont know how to tell him. I am really in love with this man.
    Give me some suggestions on what I should do please.

  14. sry2say

    On May 10, 2009 at 11:24 pm


    That is a bad situation. I’m sorry to hear that. What ever the state says as an age of consentual sex unfortunately is what the law goes by not her words because its “statutory” rape, that is based on age only basically. Yes, also if you are with him, he can not be around your children and if you marry him, social services can come in and take them because of it. The only thing to tell him is you can’t be with him, if he loves and respects you, yes it will be difficult but he wouldn’t expect you to choose him over your children.
    Is he just going to prison now?? How old are your children? His sentence seems kind of harsh for statutory, what state do you live in? Have you gone to any of his court dates and actually know that is the actual true story?

  15. conflicted

    On June 11, 2009 at 4:14 am


    I respect this article. My boyfriend is a registered sex offender. He didn’t even get jail time (6 months house arrest, 2 years probation, 10 year registrant) because no one wanted to charge him with the crime but were forced by law to charge him with something (unlawful sexual contact). The stipulations only states that he can’t be unsupervised around JUST female minors. He has had it amended to be around his 4 year old cousin and 3 month old neice.

    He was 20 at the time. Not allowed to hang out with the 21+ crowd because he wasn’t of age to drink. So he hung out with 17, 18 and 19 year olds. He’s actually only guilty of not finding out how old the girl was and assuming she was age of consent (16 in my state).. she was a 14 year old that I’ve been told by many looks at LEAST 18+. She consented and actually used my boyfriend to get away from her father who was sexually abusing her. They only investigated my boyfriend because the father wanted to press charges and take the heat off himself. Further more, my boyfriend stopped all contact with the girl once he found out her age BEFORE he was even being investigated. The girl tried to convince my boyfriend to see her claiming she was pregnant (which she wasn’t) but he refused. Also, a doctor that examined the girl during the investigation against her father described the sexual act between her and my boyfriend as a “possitive sexual experience with a peer”

    Now I am pregnant with his child (after protection failed) and I will most likely have to leave the only man that has ever loved me in order to keep my child even though I know he would never hurt anyone let alone his own child. His child will have to grow up knowing that dad isn’t allowed to be around because of men who really do hurt children. Not only will he be punished for the rest of his life but so will I and our child.

  16. HOPINGFORJUSTICE

    On July 22, 2009 at 3:06 pm


    TO ME THIS ARTICLE IS CONTROVERSIAL.. I CAN UNDERSTAND A SITUATION WHERE A YOUNG MAN( MAYBE AROUND 21 OR SO)HAS CONSENSUAL SEX WITH A MINOR (16 OR SO) NOT KNOWING HER AGE AND GETS PROSECUTED FOR IT. ESPECIALLY ON THE SAME DEGREE THAT A TRUE SEXUAL PREDATOR DOES. I KNOW GIRLS THESE DAYS LOOK AND ACT MUCH OLDER THAN THEY APPEAR AND LYING ABOUT THEIR AGE YOU COULDNT TELL HOW OLD THEY REALLY ARE. I THINK THOSE CASES SHOULD BE DEEPLY EXAMINED AND PROSECUTED ON A DIFFERENT LEVEL. BUT ON THE OTHER HAND A TRUE SEXUAL PREDATOR I BELIEVE SHOULD NOT EVER GET TO BE AROUND CHILDREN AGAIN. WHETHER THEY ARE HIS KIDS OR SOMEONE ELSES. I AM THE MOTHER OF AN ELEVEN YEAR OLD DAUGHTER WHO WAS SEXUALLY ASSUALTED LAST YEAR. WHATS SAD IS THAT IS HAPPENED BY MY BEST FRIENDS ( WHO I HAD BEEN BEST FRIENDS WITH FOR 26 YEARS) HUSBAND. NO ONE KNOWS THE DEVASTATION IT CAUSES UNTIL THEY HAVE PERSONALLY EXPERIENCED IT. IT HAS TORN SO MANY PEOPLE AND FAMILIES APART. THAT SICK PERVERTED MAN TOOK AWAY MY LIL GIRLS INNOCENCE. HE FORCED HE TO LEARN THINGS AND EXPERIENCE THINGS THAT NO CHILD SHOULD EVER HAVE TO EXPERIENCE. THIS IS SOMETHING THAT SHE WILL HAVE TO LIVE WITH FOR THE REST OF HER LIFE. WHO KNOWS WHAT KIND OF AFFECT THAT IT IS GOING TO HAVE ON HER WHEN SHE GETS OLDER? I HOPE AND PRAY EVERYDAY THAT GOD GIVES HER THE STRENGTH TO GET PAST IT AND IT DOESNT EVER STOP HER OR HOLD HER BACK FROM BEING WHO SHE IS SUPPOSE TO BE. WE GO TO COURT NEXT WEEK WHERE SHE IS GOING TO HAVE TO GET ON THE STAND BEFORE HIM AND MANY OTHER PEOPLE AND TELL HER STORY. I AM HOPING THAT HE GETS MANY MANY YEARS IN PRISON FOR WHAT HE HAS DONE. AND I DO NOT THINK HE SHOULD EVER GET TO BE AROUND HIS OWN CHILDREN OR ANYONE ELSES. HE HAS 2 YOUNG TEENAGE GIRLS AND FIVE OTHER KIDS. AND I BELIEVE HIS CHILDREN WOULD BE PUT IN HARMS WAY IF THEY EVER WERE TO BE AROUND HIM IF IT HASNT HAPPENED ALREADY. HE IS AN ADULT WHO KNEW WHAT HE WAS DOING AND KNEW THE CONSEQUENCES INVOLVED BUT CHOSE TO DO IT ANYWAY. HE IS EXTREMELY SELFISH AND DISGUSTING AND HIS ACTIONS WILL END UP COSTING HIM EVERYTHING HE HAS MOST IMPORTANTLY, HIS FAMILY. HE HAD NOOOOO RIGHT TO PUT HIS HANDS ON MY DAUGHTER AND BECAUSE OF THAT HE SHULD LOOSE ALL RIGHTS TO EVERYTHING. I THINK IN THESE CASES THAT THE LAW SHOULD PROSECUTE TO THE HIGHEST DEGREE POSSIBLE! PEOPLE WHO HARM CHILDREN LIKE THAT SHOULD NEVER GET OUT OF PRISON. OUR CHILDREN ARE THE NEXT GENERATION AND THE FUTURE TO THIS COUNTRY. IF WE DONT STAND UP FOR THEM, PROTECT THEM AND GUIDE THEM THE BEST WE CAN THEN THIS VICIOUS AND DEVASTATING CYCLE WILL ONLY GET WORSE AND WORSE….

  17. Confused Wife

    On August 10, 2009 at 4:58 pm


    I really got a lot out of reading this article and posts. I am married to a man who made a mistake. We have been married for 11 years. 6 years ago he inappropriately touched our friends 13 year old daughter. Since then we have had two beautiful little girls. My husband was open about the incident right when it happened. It was a terrible thing for him to do and I’m not making any excuses for him, but I know 100% it is something he would never do again. We removed ourselves from the relationship with the girl and her family and he apologized to them (though I know an apology does not fix what he did). He and I have gotten therapy and he has gotten help concerning this behavior and has not done anything like it since. Recently I told someone about the incident and they reported it to the police. The police searched our home and took all of our computers and cameras and have had them for a year. The girl was taken into the police station and interviewed and I was also interviewed. With all of this, many of our friends and family have learned about what happened. Now my family refuses to be around my husband. My nieces, whom I used to care for 5 days a week, are no longer aloud at my home. No one will come to my daughters’ birthday parties, dance recitals, and soccer games if their father will be present. My mother wouldn’t even come when my baby was born because he was there. My husband is not the person he was then, he wants nothing but to be a good father and husband and it has become so difficult. we have not heard anything about the case for nearly a year, our questions to the DA and police department remain unanswered. My family says they would be willing to forgive him and accept him back into the family if he were to take responsibility by going to the police station and turning himself in and admitting his guilt. But would this make anything better? If he did this, he would have to register as a sex offender, would probably not be able to be around his children, would have difficulty getting a job or finding a place to live. I just dont know what to do about it all. The girl who is 19 now does not want to press charges but the DA may still pursue the case.

  18. Kristen.

    On November 20, 2009 at 5:48 pm


    I both agree and disagree with this. People like Lisa Jenkins brother, a few comments below, Should not have to be haunted by this because it was CLEARLY not his intentions to sllep with a minor who had a FAKE ID and was in a bar, totally not his fault. But as for other offenders, you made the DUMB ASS CHOICE, you get to deal with it. What if someone “OFFENDED” you, would you want people to be okay with that, or would you want people to stand up for you?? I would not take it, I will discriminate against any offender who clearly had the intention of raping someone. Dont do the crime if you can’t stand the TIME!!!

  19. Joe

    On November 1, 2010 at 6:16 pm


    Hello, I have two kids; my ex-wife has a brother who is a sex offender (he molested my ex-wife when she was a little girl and he was arrested for soliciting an undercover cop who acted like a 15 year old). He has not been allowed to have no contact with children at all for the last 5 years. Two weeks ago he was released off of probation and now he can be around kids (he still has to register for the next 10 years with the state). I requested to him and my ex-wife that my children cannot be left alone with him (he must be supervised by an adult) and my ex-wife will not respect my wishes and neither will he and my kids have been left alone with him. I just can’t understand why he want respect my wishes. I need to know what I can do legally. Please help!!

  20. Annoyed

    On December 10, 2010 at 11:20 am


    Imagine: You are an innocent person and someone decides to take something for themselves that is not there\’s. Imagine you have to live with the decision someone else made for the rest of your life. You have difficulty having an intimate relationship with your spouse. You have a difficult time trusting people who say they love you because you had someone take that away from you. Your offender has \”served\” time but you live in an internal prison because of their crime. Imagine the guilt a victim has when that same person hurts someone else because you didn\’t speak up when it happened to you because no one stopped them.

    If you are an offender, do yourself a favor and your victims a favor and take FULL responsiblity to what you did. The consequences of this crime go far beyond the few years you paid your debt.

  21. Dan

    On January 10, 2011 at 6:47 am


    People need to open there eyes. Alot of sex offenders just made poor judgement about someone believing there over the age. Some didn’t even have contact got busted all because of pics. Yet the person look as an adult. And yet there transcripts of the conversation. The guy was foolish but felt she was honest cause she wanted attention from any guys. And had 15 claiming to be really 19. Granted flags were there but he was foolish to see them. He’s not a bad man. Yet teens care for nothing what they have done to that adult.. Yet the guy is a sweet and nice and respectful guy who also has a son. But does he deserve such punishment when he means no harm to society when he felt guilt and shame feeling stupid and learn to never do that again. Why….. He will never get to be around his son and say hey this what I learn you need to be careful this could happen to you. The poor guy.

    I believe in one thing. We all deserve a second chance in life. Not all sex offenders monsters. Some just made poor judgment and were naive.

  22. Help please!

    On April 6, 2011 at 3:36 pm


    Hello, i’ve had a look through a few of the comments. I’m in a bit of a situation and advice would be good as i feel like im the only one. Basically cut a long story short, my husband has been senteced to 2 and half years in prison (he will serve 1 yr nd 3 months on good behaviour). We were seperated for a few weeks and during the few weeks he slept with 1 of his students aged 15, she was in love with my husband and is well known around her area for being a slag. She didnt go to the police straight away and because we got back together and married she then went to the police. I now have a 9 month old son with my husband. My husband has been put on the sex offenders for life. Will we ever be allowed to b together as i have our son??? And has any wife been able to forgive their husband for what they have done, as this really has turned out world upside down. Please dont read this and think i am crazy and forgive my husband (trust me he has got a lot of work to do). I was sexually abused at the age of 9 and not condoning what he has done at all as he was in a position of trust. My head is a mess, please help!!

  23. Johnny

    On October 17, 2011 at 7:11 am


    Help Please: LEAVE HIM! Jesus.

    And all of the rest of you.. who are making excuses for your perverted husbands… get a fucking clue!!

    I have a ten-year-old daughter… and if ANY perv lays a fucking hand on her… you will die.

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