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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Wicked and the Wallflower The Bareknuckle Bastards, 1 4. When Wicked Comes Calling When a mysterious stranger finds his way into her bedchamber and offers his help in landing a duke, Lady Felicity Faircloth agrees—on one condition. She's seen enough of the world to believe in passion, and won't accept a marriage without it.

The Wallflower Makes a Dangerous Bargain Bastard son of a duke and king of London's dark streets, Devil has spent a lifetime wielding power and seizing opportunity, and the spinster wallflower is everything he needs to exact a revenge years in the making.

All he must do is turn the plain little mouse into an irresistible temptress, set his trap, and destroy his enemy. For the Promise of Passion But there's nothing plain about Felicity Faircloth, who quickly decides she'd rather have Devil than another.

Soon, Devil's carefully laid plans are in chaos, and he must choose between everything he's ever wanted Mass Market Paperback , pages.

The Bareknuckle Bastards 1. Lady Felicity Faircloth , Devil. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Wicked and the Wallflower , please sign up. I was reading the synopsis and was getting interested until I read his name is Devil. I mean come on, puleease!! I'm supposed to say Devil over and over in my head for his name?

Authors, try to be original. And "Goddamn" is plain American. Authors, if you set a book in England, please …more I'm more offended by the made up swearing. Authors, if you set a book in England, please get at least one English person to proof read it.

I used to know a Grout, but combined with a Bumble it all starts to sound a bit dickensian. Which is to say, unbelievable. See all 3 questions about Wicked and the Wallflower…. Lists with This Book. Well, I mean, obviously I like it. This is a new series -- spun off of all my other series you'll see the Fallen Angel and the Singing Sparrow again!

I'm so excited for you to meet the first of Well, I mean, obviously I like it. View all 10 comments. Susan Superior read love the new team, loved that you tied in Fallen Angel. Jul 08, Anja I was really good hoping for a book about Benedick, Callie's brother. When will he ever get matched Oct 26, Jun 24, Bibi rated it did not like it. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Felicity Faircloth is clinging to the edges of respectability and she is tired of it. Deciding to show her former friends that she is just as good, if not better than them, she tells a little white lie and claims she is betrothed to the Duke of Marwick.

Devil has never been respectable and doesn't care. What he does care for is a childhood pact, one the Duke of M I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. What he does care for is a childhood pact, one the Duke of Marwick is looking to break.

Felicity gets caught up in a decades old feud and Devil finds himself in a trap of his own making. Except they were a runaway horse—loosed and free and wild. The background that holds this series together is three bastard brothers, a girl they call their sister, and the monster father that tried to pit them against each other. I actually would have preferred more flashback scenes of them together as children to get a better feel for their relationships and what happened to them as children.

I imagine since this is a series, the author wants to keep some mystery for the other characters and events and thus why we get more of an outline in this one, but it did hurt the emotional impact of Devil's background. No heirs was the rule. The plot is Devil threatening the Duke of Marwick to stop his search for a wife, which Marwick is only doing to get Devil and Whit to come out of the shadows and have them tell or reveal where Grace is. It is kept a bit shady but apparently Marwick threatened or is a danger to Grace.

There is talk about how the children made a pact to never let their father win and they would never give him the heirs he was so desperate for to continue his line. By taking the title of Marwick, Ewan fought "for" his father and the other kids ran away to save themselves. There is talk about Grace and Ewan loving each other, more than a brother sister relationship Devil and Whit seem to have with her, but Devil seems to think he must keep Grace away from Ewan for her safety.

Felicity walks into their battle when she declares to be betrothed to Marwick, giving Marwick more validity that he is willing to get married and heirs if they don't tell him where Grace is.

Devil decides to create a plan where he seduces Felicity and get her to break the betrothal, showing Ewan he will always be there to ruin his plans. He took a step away from her, rubbing the back of one hand over his lips. He shook his head. There is a lot of talk about how Devil is dark, from the darkness, dwells in the darkness, etc. Our couple meets up right away in the story and I kind of missed getting to know them outside of their developing relationship.

Felicity was the stronger character for me and I liked her emerging, building of confidence, and self-actualization but her relationship with her family felt a bit whiffed on and she pretty much is all in with Devil right away. Devil begins to feel a bit silly and repetitive with his supposed darkness, lusting, and "I'm not good enough for her. As though it were perfectly normal. There is a little bit of cheese factor too, with the supposed darkness of Devil and how he and his brother run their rookery.

Grace probably shined the most with her personality, ownership of a for women bordello, and only one to point out that holding onto a pact made in childhood may not be completely mature in adulthood; I do find myself very curious about her and Ewan's relationship. Overall, this started off as fun escapism with the good girl wanting to go rogue and the Devil encouraging her but losing his thought to be nonexistent heart.

As it went on though, it never developed the depth and emotion I look for and ended up feeling like window dressing with not a lot to back up the pretty cover. View all 27 comments. To be honest, the first half of the book I struggled - while I loved Felicity and Devil, it dragged in parts and I was afraid that it would be like that all the way until the end. I feared that it would be my first low rating for Ms. Until I came to the middle of the story and all of a sudden it went from a three star to a five star.

Let me linger a bit on the first half - I think this story would have benefited from more showing than telling. Devil's story was told in his thoughts but it was never shown to us. I would have liked to see dialogues, scenes from the past with his brothers and sister to explain why things were so hostile between the hero and his brother. However, in the second half the pace picked up considerably and threw me into a whirlwind of emotions, from anger and frustration to sappy "aawwws" and adoration for both Devil and Felicity.

It is desire beyond reason. It is not want, but need. And it comes with the worst of sin far more often than it comes with the best of it. Her spirit made this story - for her to feel plain and not very interesting she had so much fire and charm. Her beauty was inside and it's what drew Devil to her. She was a pariah in the circles she moved in because of one mistake. And all she wanted was being accepted back by the ton until Devil showed her that the sparkle of a ballroom is boring compared to the rugged beauty of Covent Garden.

She was so sweet, heady and lush and soft like that spun sugar from all those years ago. Devil was the wounded soul that needed saving. He never felt he deserved the spirited Felicity Faircloth although his desperation for wanting her was so palpable. He wanted to give her to world when all she wanted was him. Devil had so much goodness him and yet he couldn't see it. The things he did for the people under his protection spoke of his character.

I loved him as much as he frustrated me. He bolstered Felicity's self-worth, made her feel like the treasure she was. His determination to protect Felicity was matched by hers to break down the walls of this mysterious man. My heart broke for these two when they seemed to be at a stalemate. It was only a matter of time before everything—everything—was second to me wanting you.

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Only a handful of people were behind the movie about Mohammed in the U. So who was financing them, who was backing them? A big tip of the Bodissey pickelhaube to our commenter Jolie Rouge, who has provided us with a brand new acronym.

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The translated article from Quotenqueen:. Two criminal foreigners, free to terrorize their neighbors despite drug-related and violent crimes, killed a Turkish husband and father who tried to get them to behave.

It happened in a sector of the city called Bickendorf — a district notorious for years for immigrant violence and bordering on the thoroughly Islamized Ehrenfeld. But no one was killed. The Spanish government recently revoked his status as a political refugee in Spain, and he is due to be deported to Pakistan, where he will face the death penalty for blasphemy. There is currently a push to persuade the Canadian government to grant him and his family political asylum. Firasat was interviewed recently on Alerta Digital TV.

The video below shows the third part of the interview, and includes segments in English of a statement by Terry Jones. Part 1 , Part 2. Many thanks to our Spanish correspondent Hermes for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:. That means I am watching big, fat flakes accumulating on everything — though the driveway is still clear. Prior to that, we awoke this morning to heavy rains. It is our good fortune that there was never any period of transitional ice.

Why am I talking about the weather, you ask? Because this heavy wet snow may well eventuate in a power outage. Should that happen we would have no way to tell you why when, once again, no one seems to be home.

And thanks to the generosity of our donors several years ago, we installed a gas cook stove so we can cook and have — thank heavens, again — hot coffee during the outage. Yes, we are careful regarding the possibility of carbon monoxide poisoning if we were to use the stove for heat. Yesterday we reported on a group of young Muslim men who accost pedestrians in certain parts of east London. The original post included an embedded video taken by the group and posted on their YouTube account.

As you all know by now, our blog was suddenly removed last night between 8 and 9pm EST for no apparent reason.

Blogger never provided any explanation before, during, or after the outage. I assume it was an internal technical problem at Google. Below is a portion of a mass email I sent out earlier today to dozens of people who had written to us to ask what happened:. One second it was there; the next it was gone. If we had violated their terms of service, we should have received an email, according to their own established procedure. But we received no email. And, as you can see, I still have the gmail account.

Late last night I began the process that one always goes through with Blogger: We actually received a response, which is unusual with Google. Based on the replies, there seems to have been a major problem with Blogger last night.

Nothing he did seemed to be the right thing to do in his mind. That was over 3 decades ago. Joe was able to come to terms and seek help later in his life. Joe says he still is haunted by the memory and has to fight the guilt he feels over cutting off all contact with his mother, to the point where he does not know where she is or if she is even alive or dead. There was a lot more I could have posted but what is there serves as a good example for this topic.

Joe waited over 30 years before finally being able to seek help. Joe is not an isolated case as the rest of this post will show. The results were drawn from interviews with 1, youth - some as young as 12 - in surveys taken across the province between and The stereotypical model of the child being abused - a teenage female being sexually abused by a male - was wrong, said Saewyc.

Sexual exploitation is defined as youth under 19 trading sexual activities for money, drugs, gifts, food, services, shelter, transportation or anything similar. This can include work in brothels, escort services, pornography and Internet sex but it also includes what's described as "survival sex," where a child provides sex in exchange for a place to sleep, a meal or a ride. It found one in every three of children living on the street have been sexually abused although many didn't seem aware that they had been exploited, said Saewyc.

The law is clear: The study found 94 per cent of females reported they had been sexually exploited by men. But the study found that young males were being preyed upon by sexual predators of both sexes, yet the social systems in place to deter and prevent sexual predation were only designed to help females and the criminal justice system wasn't concerned with what was happening to young males.

And a certain percentage have been picked up by couples," she said. Saewyc said it was indicative of the prevailing myths about sexual abuse that the rehabilitation program for persons arrested by police for attempting to buy sexual favours on the street was called "John School".

There should be an equal opportunity school for women predators," she said. The system is set up to handle the sexual exploitation of young women, not young men," she said. Community research associate Jayson Anderson said most of the programs to deal with sexual exploitation were designed by women for women. So we need programs for young boys," he said. I wanted to post that article because it is recent. A lot of the materials I have found on this subject are often older, from the 80's and 90's.

It also was a study that was not looking at or for female abusers specifically. Society's Betrayal of Boys states this:. The reality that boys are sexually abused by women is not widely accepted. The existence of female perpetrators and male victims confronts many of our most firmly held beliefs about women, men, sexuality, power, and sexual assault. It challenges our very notions about what sex is.

A 30 year old woman who is with a 14 year old boy is called "having sex" or an "affair" by many, even the media. Yet if it is a 30 year old man with a 14 year old girl he is called a child molester, pervert, pedophile etc.

This double standard makes it all that much harder for male victims to speak up. If a female initiates sexual contact with a male, this is viewed as a rare and exciting opportunity that no man should let pass by; he should be grateful. Given these commonly held beliefs, many people see nothing wrong with a woman pursuing a boy sexually. In fact, in some circles it is considered a good way to introduce boys to heterosexuality.

That is how it is viewed by many people. Want to get a lively discussion going ask someone what they think about a 14 year old girl being with a 30 year old male and then switch it. I am always amazed at how many people have no issue with the double standard.

Things are slowly starting to change, very slowly, on this issue. We see more and more female teachers who have been caught abusing their students. Most of what was said in the Mother-Daughter Sexual Abuse posting can be applied here as well and because of that I am not going to re-post all the material from that post but rather urge people to read it as well.

I must say that I find the article that Kali Munro did to be well done. Society's Betrayal of Boys she goes on to relate this:.

Sadly, many men who were sexually abused by women are locked in silence, shame, and self-loathing. Many men who dare acknowledge that they were sexually abused by women are cruelly laughed at and humiliated. Most do not dare say a word about it for fear of feeling any more ashamed than they already feel. Many men who were sexually abused by women feel deeply ashamed of themselves, their sexuality, and their gender.

Sadly and mistakenly, they believe that there must be something profoundly wrong with them that they were abused in this way. Some men defend against feeling this way by being in a constant state of anger or rage - one of the few emotions that are socially acceptable for men.

Many male survivors cope with the abuse by drinking, using drugs, living recklessly, avoiding intimate relationships, numbing their feelings, dissociating, and becoming depressed, anxious or angry. There is another older article that people can download and distribute. It is called "The Invisible Boy: Here are some portions of that article:. Despite the fact that over books and articles on male victims have been published in the last 25 to 30 years, boys and teen males remain on the periphery of the discourse on child abuse.

Few workshops about males can be found at most child abuse conferences and there are no specialized training programs for clinicians. Male-centred assessment is all but non-existent and treatment programs are rare. If we are talking about adult males, the problem is even greater. A sad example of this was witnessed recently in Toronto. After a broadcast of The Boys of St. Vincent, a film about the abuse of boys in a church-run orphanage, the Kids' Help Phone received over 1 calls from distraught adult male survivors of childhood sexual abuse.

It is tragic in a way no words can capture that these men had no place to turn to other than a children's crisis line. This is still true more than a decade later. If you are a man call a domestic violence shelter and ask them for help see what kind of resources are available for you and what kind of response you get from them. Call an abuse hot line and ask for specialized help for a man who has been abused by a woman.

In many places in this country there is no help and no resources to deal with this. The language we use in the current discourse on violence and abuse masks, minimizes or renders invisible certain realities for male victims. Terms such as "family violence" have become co-terminus with "violence toward women," particularly on the part of husbands, fathers or other adult male figures.

Male teens, boys, male seniors, male victims of sibling-on-sibling violence and female abusers disappear in this term. This still occurs a decade later and reflects what I was discussing earlier. A 14 year old boy is having "sex" with a 30 year old woman and it was "consensual". For example this sentence from a newspaper report about a 40 year old woman convicted of sexually abusing a 15 year old boy she was hired to babysit "The almost year-long relationship continued even after Ms.

Collins and her family moved to Moncton in September The woman was given a 2 year sentence and served it in the community. Do you think a male offender who was babysitting a 15 year old girl and had sexually abused her in excess of times would have gotten such a sentence?

The stereotypes about women and mothers creeps into almost every aspect of how we perceive this issue. Now this next part is a piece that I have talked about and is something I have not only witnessed but experienced:.

Male victims report great pain, frustration and some anger at not seeing their stories reflected in the public discourse on violence and abuse. Several large-scale Canadian studies about interpersonal violence conducted in the past several years have reported the findings pertaining to only female victims. Many academic papers written about victims of violence purport to be "balanced," yet typically bring only a faint male "voice" to the analysis.

From a conceptual standpoint, many also make the mistake of accepting and using, uncritically, a woman-centred-only model of victimization. Male victims also find much of this work dehumanizing and dismissive of their experiences. They feel many writers and thinkers in the field have delineated the boundaries of the discourse on violence and abuse - boundaries that leave males out.

Male victims frequently find that therapists, counsellors or other types of caregivers trained with female-centred models of victimization are unable to help them. Consequently, they are likely to simply abandon therapy, leaving unexplored many of the issues relating to their victimization experience and to their deeper healing.

Male victims, like female victims before them, have encountered their share of critics and detractors, people who refuse to believe them, ignore prevalence statistics, minimize the impact of abuse, appropriate and deny males a voice, or dismiss male victimization as a "red herring.

This comment is usually intended to frame male victimization as a "male problem. While challenges and criticisms to concepts and theories are valid, and an important part of the evolution and development of any field, denial, minimization and silencing is harmful, abusive and damaging to any victim. I can say that this is the part that upsets me as much as anything else that happened and it still upsets me to this day.

Male victims walk a fine line between wanting to be heard and validated, to be supportive of female victims and to be pro-woman, while challenging assumptions they feel are biased stereotypes. Their challenges to some of these stereotypes are often met with accusations that they are misogynists, part of a "backlash" against feminism, or have a hidden agenda to undermine women's gains.

If any of these accusations are true, they must be confronted by all of us. But if they are based only on the fear that recognition of males as victims will threaten women's gains, then that is the issue we should be discussing right up front, not minimizing male victims' experiences in a competition to prove who has been harmed the most.

Nonetheless, it is important for all of us to recognize that it may be difficult for many women to listen to male victims' stories until they feel safe in this regard. Sadly, male victims and their advocates risk a lot to challenge the status quo and experience much pressure to remain silent. It is ironic that the pressure males feel to remain silent replicates, at a social level, the same patterns of silencing, denial and minimization they experienced at the hands of their offenders.

If we do not face the fact that we need to heal the "gendered wounds" of both women and men, then we will compromise the search for gender peace. Finally, and perhaps the most important reason to re-vision our understanding, is because men and teen males are not, in any substantial way, joining women in the struggle to end all forms of interpersonal-violence. Part of the reason for this may be because males do not see their own stories reflected in public discussions about violence and abuse.

If one were to rely solely on the media to convey the male experience, few stories would be known beyond the more sensational cases involving several church-run orphanages or provincial training schools. It is not uncommon to hear male students express resentment toward high school anti-violence curricula that presumes them to be abusers, harassers, rapists and sexual assaulters in waiting. Indeed, it is difficult to feel part of a collective social movement against violence when one's own experiences are dismissed, excluded or minimized.

It is evident from even a casual review of this material that much of it contains biased stereotypes and unchallenged assumptions about "male anger," "male aggression" and "male sexuality. I concur fully with the above statement. I remember feeling this way myself when I was younger. I could not understand why the double standard existed. Why minimize or discount one group's pain and suffering while teaching about another groups pain and suffering? I also have seen something that is not mentioned much but I will mention it here.

I have experienced men and women who are bitter against the opposite sex because of their experiences and this colors their every interaction. This is even more of an issue for male victims. When boys are victimized, they tend to be seen as less in need of care and support Watkins and Bentovim, They are also blamed more for their abuse Burgess, ; Broussard and Wagner, ; Whatley and Riggio, and their offenders are held less accountable Burgess, In one of the most troubling studies, Pierce and Pierce found that male victims, despite being subjected to more invasive types of abuse and more types of sexual acts than female victims, were 5 times less likely to be removed from their homes.

This piece from that article will hopefully shock some people. We in no way should deny or minimize what has happened to millions of women and girls. But we do need to also focus on male victims and give them the same respect and treatment options. Males, generally, have more permission to be sexual persons in our society. A double standard of morality has been applied to males and female for centuries.

The fact that there are no "positive" or flattering terms such as "sowing his wild oats," "boys will be boys" or "ladies man" for females gives vivid illustration to this point. It is generally assumed that having "licence" to be a sexual person is an advantage. Males are seen to get power from obtaining or taking sex, women from withholding sex. However, sexual licence has serious consequences for male victims. It increases a boy's susceptibility to sexual abuse by promoting or encouraging participation in sexual activities.

It promotes secrecy because boys are afraid to report sexual experiences that go wrong for fear they are responsible and blameworthy. It affects our perceptions as professional caregivers, encourages victim blaming and supports minimization of the impact on victims of male-on-male sexual assault or female-perpetrated sexual assault. It causes males to expect female sexual contact.

It promotes risk-taking sexual behaviour and creates expectations for males that they must be the initiators of sex and have sexual knowledge and experience. When I write these posts I generally have one idea in mind and almost always end up rambling on and hopefully not losing people to much. I want to look at a few more pieces from that publication. It is an older publiciation but much of what is in it is still very much true today.

If noting else in this post made sense I hope that the folllowing will. I wholeheartedly agree with what they have to say:. Our minimization and denial of male victimization so permeates our culture that it is in evidence everywhere from nursery rhymes, comic strips, comedy films, television programs and newspaper stories to academic research.

We give male victims a message every day of their lives that they risk much by complaining. Stated succinctly, if a male is victimized he deserved it, asked for it, or is lying.

If he is injured, it is his own fault. If he cries or complains, we will not take him seriously or condone his "whining" because he is supposed to "take it like a man. We will support him in the minimization of its impact.

We will encourage him to accept responsibility for being victimized and teach him to ignore any feelings associated with his abuse. We will guilt and shame him to keep a stiff upper lip so he can "get on with it. When we give a message to boys and young men in any shape or form that their experience of violence and victimization is less important than that of girls and young women, we are teaching them a lesson about their value as persons.

We also teach them that the use of violence toward males is legitimate. When we dismiss their pain, we do little to encourage boys and young men to listen to, and take seriously, women's concerns about violence and victimization.

When we diminish their experience or fail to hold their male and female abusers fully accountable, we support their continued victimization. How would our society be different if we recognized and supported male victims? We would have to acknowledge how gender role conditioning denies boys a rich emotional life and cuts them off from whole parts of their essential selves.

We would begin to understand how child-rearing practices in the form of emotional and physical withdrawal from sons "to toughen them up" early in their lives compromises their ability to form secure and nurturing attachments. We would begin to see how male gender itself is a risk factor that can magnify the effects of all forms of abuse and channel it in violent, aggressive and reckless acts directed toward the self or others.

We would finally acknowledge the overwhelming research evidence concerning the amount of physical abuse, sexual abuse, psychological maltreatment, neglect and corporal punishment of male children and teens by females, without minimization. We would have to recognize that if there is a male gender dimension to many forms of overtly expressed violence, its causes need to be linked to the routine and normalized violence toward males prevalent in our society, violence in the form of child abuse and neglect, psychological maltreatment, corporal punishment and male-gender role socialization.

We would finally realize that all the forms of violence toward boys and teen males discussed in this document are the common everyday lived experience of most males rather than the exception. We would no longer tolerate humorous or entertaining media images of males or females as victims of violence or biased journalism that fails to report the whole picture of child abuse and neglect and interpersonal, family and community violence.

We would recognize that regardless of our own theoretical starting points, male victims have their own voice, their own meanings for their experiences. If we remain ignorant of, overlook or fail to explore their stories, we will miss much of what we need to engage them in therapy and healing. We will construct for them the origins and courses of their difficulties. We will shape and mold them to the limitations of our own personal and professional world views.

We will, through the use of our professional practices, reproduce the same dysfunctional and disempowering patterns of communication and relationship many of these males found in their families of origin or the environments in which they grew up. We would recognize that solving the complex problem of violence in our society will never be achieved until all the stories and voices of victims of violence are heard, until men and women of good will begin to work side by side, and until the means of our collective struggle toward peace reflect respect, compassion and inclusion as our minimum standard.

We will recognize, finally, that means are ends. It is in the selection of our means where we are most conscious and able to make inclusive decisions about our future direction.

From a postmodernist perspective, in any inclusive process of consensus building toward some goal, one cannot see the end from the starting point.

Thus, if the means we choose toward the creation of a more just society are anything but, we can only arrive back where we started. Perhaps, the greatest responsibility for the plight of boys and young men lies with adults. We are the ones who conduct single-gender and biased research. We are the ones who present to the media more political opinions about male victimization than provide objective, empirically-based information.

We are the ones who help maintain biased stereotypes about boys and young men that keep them trapped in their silence. We are the ones who help reinforce in the public mind an image of strong and resilient male victims who are, in truth, human beings suffering in much pain, isolation and loneliness.

Adults, especially those who work in the child abuse field, are the eyes of Canadian society in this area of human suffering. It is up to us to speak against abuse and injustice, and for compassion and inclusion. If we do not open ourselves to self-criticism, conscientiously and continually reflect on our assumptions, methods and standards of practice, or allow ourselves to become trapped in rhetoric, then it is we who will become the ones who will pose the greatest threat to the credibility of the field.

So back to Joe. Another thing he mentioned was that he was reluctant to talk to anyone about this because one of the reactions he has gotten was to be blamed and called a pervert. Because he described his abuser as "attractive" it had to be his sick fantasy or his fault. Would he have gotten the same response had he been a girl? Movies and television often portray having sex with an older woman as an exciting conquest.

The Comedy Central show "South Park" shows police officers impressed that an elementary school student slept with an attractive teacher. One cop jokes to the another, "The crime is she isn't doing it with me!

When one of ABC's "Desperate Housewives" slept with a high school student, all season the student was shown as a lucky guy, never as someone who Eva Longoria's character Gabrielle was sexually exploiting.

But this double standard is a mistake, say many researchers, because boys are vulnerable too. Although most boys who had sex with older women said the experience was positive, those same boys are also more likely to have emotional and sexual problems later. Richard Garner, who treats victims of sex abuse.

Or this article from the Seattle Times: Female sex offenders reveal cultural double standard. The public is more willing to accept the female abuser's claim that she had a "relationship" with the victim. And in cases in which the male is a teenager, the sexual abuse is more likely to be dismissed as a rite of passage. The questionable, yet overriding assumption, is that women predators are somehow different from men.

Men are beasts, but women are troubled or mentally ill," said media scholar Matthew Felling in an interview with Fox News. In fact, accounts of women sexual offenders are often more titillating than harsh. Felling calls the news coverage of young, attractive teachers involved with their students "part crime drama, part Penthouse letter. And if you truly want to see where our society is consider this next piece from that article and note how the paper even says she began a "sexual relationship":.

The current awareness of women predators began with Mary K. Letourneau, a year-old elementary-school teacher and a married mother of four, who in began a sexual relationship with a year-old former student, Vili Fualaau. Letourneau eventually had two children with him and served more than seven years in prison. She resumed contact with Fualaau, by then an adult, after she was released. While a male offender might have been publicly shunned, Letourneau's wedding to Fualaau was covered by "Entertainment Tonight.

Think about what the reaction would be if a television show would air this if the roles were switched and it was a 34 year old male and 12 year old girl. Female predators' crimes are often attributed to marital problems, depression, loneliness, immaturity or self-esteem issues.

Letourneau was reported to have "a loveless marriage" and was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Not only do we look at female offenders differently, so do the offenders themselves. Women predators are more likely to see the abuse as a romantic relationship. Letourneau told CNN's Larry King that she and Fualaau had a "deep spiritual oneness" before they were ever sexual, and that she did not consider herself a sexual predator.

Go speak with a few pedophiles and they will say the same thing. They do not see themselves as a sexual predator and they "love" the children and feel they have a deep bond with them. Leigh Baker, a clinical psychologist in Colorado, interviewed hundreds of male and female predators for her book "Protecting Your Children From Sexual Predators.

An inadequate adult and predator has trouble forming attachments with other adults and is most comfortable with children, she says. A narcissist loves him- or herself to the detriment of others; someone who's anti-social doesn't abide by society's rules; and a pedophile is sexually aroused by children.

While some women are pedophiles and some men do profess their love for the children they sexually abuse, women are more likely to "couch it as a relationship," according to Baker. Men are more likely to be serial pedophiles; women seek that "deep spiritual oneness" that Letourneau says she found. But, we know women are less anti-social than men, and there are fewer female pedophiles, so I think most women are narcissistic or inadequate types of predators.

There are signs of the inadequate, the narcissist and the anti-social predator in Letourneau. She formed an inappropriate bond with a year old, ignoring society's mores and the well-being of her own four children. While I may not fully agree with Dr. Baker on everything, she does raise some good points. The article goes on to make some other good points:. The series uses decoys on the Internet to lure men hoping to hook up with underage teens.

Robert Weiss, executive director and founder of the Sexual Recovery Institute in Los Angeles, who provided his expertise in one of the episodes, says sexual compulsions on the Internet are male-dominated. I wanted to make a comment on this.

By not discussing or showing female offenders these type of shows only further reinforce the myths and stereotypes. Not to mention that the "predators" that are being caught are the stupid ones or the compulsive ones. The article then goes on to say this:. Then there is the ultimate double standard: The wink wink, nudge nudge, of boys getting their sexual initiation from grown women. Keith Kaufman, chairman of the department of psychology at Portland State University.

Boys aren't in a position to give consent to a sexual relationship. Girls see it as abusive much more quickly. Boys won't want to see themselves as a victim. There is a prevailing sense that boys are not harmed by sexual liaisons with older women. It's called the "Mrs.

Robinson Syndrome," after the character in the film "The Graduate. Robinson's target, wasn't a child; he was in his 20s, had just graduated from college and was contemplating that career in plastics.

Boys who have sex with grown women are anything but "lucky. My final point is that we in no way should deny or minimize what has happened to millions of women and girls. But we also need to focus on male victims and give them the same respect and treatment options.

Woman sentenced for torture murder While I frequently post about sexual assault cases by females I still want to post about other abuse cases. The one below is an example of just how awful a human being can act:. An Illinois judge sentenced a woman to 45 years in prison in the torture slaying of a pregnant, developmentally impaired mother, saying the beatings, scalds and gunshot wounds she suffered were unacceptible. Females in Authority Emerging as Child Predators I find it good to see more and more articles showing up that look at these issues: Child predators can be anywhere, and now we are learning child predators can be anyone.

Most recently sentenced, Female Sexual Abusers not so rare The article talks about female sexual abusers not being as rare as some might think. One of the sad things about this is that research has been going on for decades on this issue and it has been known that they are not so rare: In the way she snapped photos of him sleeping and playing happily, she was like any other Oprah Show - Women who molest.

I thought it was good that she started off by saying that we don't hear much about this but that does not mean it does not go on. As for the rest of the interview I think each person would have to decide for themselves what they thought of the show.

I think the interview showed some information thatMother rapes 12 year old hundreds of times. This case is about a 36 year old mother who raped a 12 year old boy hundreds of times. What is even worst is that she kept a diary about each event. The reporting done on the story is awful as well and I wish they would just call it what it is, rape: Angela Sullivan, 36, Ex-teacher gets 7 year sentence. Thsi is a case of a former day care worker and teacher at a christian school. For those that think that private schools or religious schools are a safe haven think again: Missouri - A former day care worker and teacher was sentenced to seven years in prison Monday after she pleaded guilty to statutory rape and sodomy.

Tune InIt's the side of child molestation that's rarely talked about. For years, he was raped by his own mother. What happens when women are the molesters.

I am very much hoping that the show looks at this issue in an honest factual way rather than how many media stories do.

This case has a heading on the story that I wish more papers would use. It states "Woman who raped boy Sadly in the first sentence it then says "A Wheatfield woman who had a sexual relationship with an adolescent boy The comments from the victims mother and the assisstant DA are interesting and I am happy they printed them: It looks like the Oprah show may finally do a show about Female Sex Offenders and their victims.

The Oprah show is looking for: When you were a child, were you sexually abused by an adult female? The Oprah Show is looking for adults who are willing to discuss the sexual abuse they suffered at the hands of a mother, aunt, family friend or other female in your life. How did the sexual abuse start Woman sentenced for sexually abusing her 2 year old. This article is about a woman sentenced to prison for sexually abusing her 2 year old son and broadcasting it live on the internet while doing so.

Canada - A Windsor-area mother who sexually assaulted her two-year-old son live on the Internet was sentenced to more than three years in prison yesterday after an Ontario court judge took the rare step of rejecting a shorter sentence Teacher sentenced.

The article below is about a teacher that was sentenced to 20 years for her actions against a 13 year old student. What really irks me is the title of the article where it says "sentenced to 20 years for seducing year old student". Why is it so hard for these places to just label it what it is and that is sexual assault. Previously I posted about a case where a mother was accused of torturing her son.

You can read the previous post HERE. Some of the excerpts from that previous post are: Investigators allege she put her 2-and-a-half-year-old son Zachary in boiling water on Oct. The Bureau of Justice has released a special report on sexual victimization in juvenile facilities. When many people think prisons or correctional facilities and inmates being sexually victimized they think of inmates being the main cause as well as males being the ones doing so. Two key points from the report are these: That the majority of sexual victimization reported by youth in juvenile Female Sex Offenders and their victims- Reference materials and scholarly papers.

Below is a listing of various research studies, articles, and publications about the issue of female offenders and their victims.

I am hoping to maintain this list and add to it as I find more studies. I would ask ask that if anyone has some material that is not listed to please feel free to send it to me or post it in the comments section of this post and I will add it. Mother who sexually abused sons gets 8 years in prisonBeersheba District Court finds year-old woman guilty of sexually abusing two of her eight children; says 'acts were grave and enough to leave a permanent scar on a child's Female Sex Offender - victim story.

The article below highlights many of the issues that victims of female offenders go through: Mum-of-two Susannah, 54, who was subjected to years of depraved attacks, runs a therapy Girl offenders.

While most of the articles on here are about women it does not mean that girls are not also abusers. This story below is one such example: This article below talks about an another area that is almost never talked about when the discussion comes around to the internet and sexual predators: Women go online to share child sex-abuse fantasiesBy Nina LakhaniDays before three women are to be sentenced, an IoS investigation suggests thousands may share their interestsThousands of women appear to be using the internet to share sexual Female Pedophile Sentenced.

In the article below we get to read some of the comments from the convicted and from the victims families: Sheila Granger, 33, of Henryville and a New Albany hair dresser, was sentenced on Thursday to a total of 60 years in prison for molesting two juvenile boys from August to August Clark County Superior Court No.

I recently had an experience that I wanted to blog about for my last post of this year. The experience got me to thinking about Moral Courage and how rare it often is.

I try not to comment to much as my lack of writing skills becomes glaringly obvious when I do. But I think if more people would stand up and show moral courage in the new year we would have much less of the issues this blog has Video - Female Sexual Abuse of Children. This is the start of a 4 part series of videos of the BBC program Panorama from The written transcripts of this program are else where on this blog and I wanted to add the videosPart 1 -.

The following may contain language and thoughts that you might think are just not PC politically correct. Well, skip this then. A sexist story by Scott Winokur titled, "New Wave of litigation expands women's rights to the bedroom" in the San Francisco Chronicle story and goes on to talk about a woman who received herpes simplex type 2 from her lover. She sued for sexual battery, negligent misrepresentation and intentional infliction of emotional stress.

The article went on to cover chlamydia, papilloma virus, gonorrhea and syphilis genital warts, yeast infection, etc. What it neglected to say was that, chances are, the man got the infection from a woman. Now, he probably won't sue her because men seldom go after women for money.

I received herpes simplex type 2 from a professional woman who I later found out had the virus. She didn't inform my before we had sex, and claimed she couldn't have given it to me.

Since I wasn't having sex with anyone else, I could have gotten it from stress. But, I doubt it. And, condoms didn't prevent it.

It appears at the base of the penis in the same location as it appeared on her vagina. As the headline denotes, the way the law looks at it is that it's a woman's right to sue for receiving, but don't dare sue her if you're a man and a recipient!

And women wonder why it's so hard for many men to trust them. But, if I become famous, you'll write a book about our private life, our sexual life, what will they think of next? And you want me to commit? Commitment is an "I lose, you win" word. One of the interesting lines in the story was very telling. Saying that Sexual Harassment cases became big because plaintiffs could get big awards from deep-pocket corporations, it goes on to say "But in STD cases, the sole source of recovery is the individual defendant, whose vulnerability to being sued is grater depending on HIS assets What about HER assets?

Another case in law, like domestic violence, stalking, visitation, sexual harassment, statutory rape, where, if the man is the victim, for the most part, those are the breaks. The law, the police, social services, you name it, just aren't there. It goes on to say that "The perfect defendant However, "The prospect of getting a limited financial recovery or none at all from men of lesser means - while serving as a reality check on the hopes of sexually damaged women - hasn't halted their determined march to the courtroom.

We get them from each other. Just another example of the law keeping women victims once again. Not nearly as often as it should. Most child abuse victims never report the crime or get help in coming to grips with this life-changing trauma. They move into adulthood with a broken heart and low self esteem. Much misbehavior and acting out can be traced to an incident which occurred which left the child feeling confused, betrayed and angry.

In an attempt to cope with the confusing reality of what has happened to them, many children develop survival skills or behaviors that will help them to cover up what they are really feeling. Families, friends and society sometimes see and judge the problem behavior when it is actually a symptom of the internal pain which has never been addressed.

The number of reports is rising each year due to mandatory reporting laws, better public education and greater public awareness of the problem. Over the last 30 years many key developments in law enforcement have made it easier to deal with victims and their families with greater understanding, making it easier for them to come forward and ask for help. If indeed, sexual abuse happens to one in four children, yet only 1.

The most common reasons given by victims for not reporting these crimes to authorities:. They feel it is a private matter and they will just keep the child away from the individual who was hurting them, so as not to disturb the family unit or community. Even if your child or you made a decision to not report it at the time abuse happened, there are so many different methods and techniques to help you heal and gain greater understanding of what has happened to you or your child.

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