child molester


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Noun1.child molester - a man who has sex (usually sodomy) with a boy as the passive partner
degenerate, deviant, deviate, pervert - a person whose behavior deviates from what is acceptable especially in sexual behavior
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The child molester was nabbed by area residents near Sindhi hotel of New Karachi, and handed over to police, following a search conducted by them over the complaints of girl's cart-vendor father from resident of Khameeso Goth , from a nearby vacant plot alongwith the 8-year girl.
A free workshop for parents to help protect their children from child molesters will be held tonight at Fairfield Elementary School in Eugene.
On occasion, rapists, child molesters, and their ilk also stir up unexpected irony.
Walker, examines the effectiveness of treating the child molester in multiple contexts as opposed to group therapy alone.
Walker examines the effectiveness of treating the child molester in multiple contexts as opposed to group therapy alone.
Moral Panic: Changing Concepts of the Child Molester in Modern America.
The child molester argument is used to scare people," says Shinhoster of the NAACP.
She continues to be amazed at the fact that this convicted child molester who wants to eliminate "all gestures of piety, reverence, and adoration towards Our Lord's Real Presence" still is given a platform to preach from.
A libel suit filed by a convicted rapist who said The San Diego Union- Tribune had wrongly identified him as a child molester was thrown out after a judge determined that the reported information was not damaging.
OKLAHOMA CITY: A convicted child molester was attacked by a cellmate in an Oklahoma prison and his penis was cut off.
Calling someone a killer, an arsonist, a crook, a rapist, or a child molester can get any medium in trouble unless there is proof or a conviction to back up the label.
It's coming soon to a newsroom near you: a similar, though probably less dramatic, decision about publicizing the name and address of a convicted child molester A year-and-a-half after President Clinton signed Megan's Law, modeled after New Jersey's statute requiring that communities be notified about convicted sex offenders living in their midst, journalist are beginning to pick their way through the maze of ethical and practical problems created by the legislation.