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Sheffield woman found with over 1,000 indecent images of children hauled before the court

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posted on Jul, 17 2019 @ 03:26 PM
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What you guys ain't got no wood chippers?!




posted on Jul, 17 2019 @ 03:36 PM
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originally posted by: paraphi
Women commit crime. Sometimes violent and distasteful.


Yes, they do. But that's not my question or topic. And I don't want to assume or infer anything, because I'm trying to think this through... not just have an opinion!

Do you think it makes a difference -- in any way -- if violent and/or sexual predators who are men identifying as "women" are identified simply as "women," both in media and in court?


Not sure it's an increase, but it's probably more reported.


Strictly speaking, if men who identify as "women" and commit a crime are reported as simply a woman, then the rates would necessarily increase. We've added an entirely new demographic to an existing demographic. And statistically speaking, this new demographic is demonstrably more violent and more likely to commit sexual offenses than the existing demographic. So if consistent, the rates would increase exponentially, not proportionately.

Likewise, women who identify as "men" and receive cross-hormone therapy (testosterone, etc) are more like to commit violent and/or sexual crimes. We could be creating criminals and abusers who never would have even considered such a thing prior to hormone therapy. So I do expect we will see an increase in crimes committed by women as well.



posted on Jul, 17 2019 @ 03:56 PM
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originally posted by: Boadicea
Do you think it makes a difference


Of course it makes a difference. There was that widely reported case of a convicted rapist who convinced the prison authorities to put him in a women's prison because he wanted to be a she. He (for that's what he was) then raped some women inmates. Here it is...

To be clear.

There are men who commit violent and revolting crimes.
Thera are women who do the same.
There are trans who do the same. This latter version also gets the judicial and prison system in a bind.



posted on Jul, 17 2019 @ 04:11 PM
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originally posted by: paraphi

originally posted by: Boadicea
Do you think it makes a difference


Of course it makes a difference.

There are men who commit violent and revolting crimes.
Thera are women who do the same.
There are trans who do the same. This latter version also gets the judicial and prison system in a bind.


The judicial systems really have their hands full -- no matter what they do -- in both men's and women's facilities. But at least they know exactly what they're dealing with, unlike the general public.



posted on Jul, 17 2019 @ 04:26 PM
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There is no excuse for this kind of thing because a normal human being wouldn’t even know where such images exist. It isn’t like you could stumble upon these types of images.



posted on Jul, 17 2019 @ 04:41 PM
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originally posted by: Metallicus
There is no excuse for this kind of thing because a normal human being wouldn’t even know where such images exist. It isn’t like you could stumble upon these types of images.


Well, I agree. His attorney however invoked his abusive childhood as a mitigating factor. We'll find out what the judge thinks on Friday.

But now you make me wonder just how this happens. As you say, no one just stumbles upon extreme porn. I would have no idea how to even find such things (probably because I don't want to!). I wonder how difficult it actually is.

But what do you think about the reporting of crimes as men identifying as "woman" being reported as simply a "woman." Did anything change in your head or heart when you found out it was a man and not a woman?



posted on Jul, 17 2019 @ 10:39 PM
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Well, you got me pretty good with that one.

When you went through the list of criminal acts by women, I imagined the women to be big, manly, and Butch looking for some reason. It must be my bias about how violent women must be more like a man.

As much as that surprised me, the other point about how trans-women, AKA biological men, are reported just as women was also eye opening for me. I hadn't thought about that possibility and how it would effect our perception or crime statistics.

S&F for getting the light bulb to shine for me.



posted on Jul, 18 2019 @ 05:58 AM
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originally posted by: MichiganSwampBuck
Well, you got me pretty good with that one.

When you went through the list of criminal acts by women, I imagined the women to be big, manly, and Butch looking for some reason. It must be my bias about how violent women must be more like a man.


I think that's a natural reaction. Our immediate thought would be of someone bigger and larger than ourselves... someone that could overpower us. Especially if the victim is a man, then we automatically think she must be bigger and stronger than a normal woman, and even a normal man. It seems to me that after hearing enough such stories, that we would begin to fear women's violent potential the same as we do men, for the same reasons.


As much as that surprised me, the other point about how trans-women, AKA biological men, are reported just as women was also eye opening for me. I hadn't thought about that possibility and how it would effect our perception or crime statistics.


This concerns me for so many reasons. Right off the bat, just in terms of catching the criminal who got away, the police description must be accurate. So it wouldn't just have to say the attacker was a man/woman, but actually transgender... which, of course, isn't allowed under the Trans Agenda.

Reporting crimes simply by "gender identity" would also mask any increase in violence brought about by transgender identifying women taking testosterone, who would be reported as "male" perps.


S&F for getting the light bulb to shine for me.


Thank you for sharing your thoughts. It's quite a pickle we're getting ourselves into here.



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