Relationship Rescue for Wives and Girlfriends of Internet Pornography Addicts

CHILD PORNOGRAPHY AND PORN ADDICTION





 
Child abuse, child pornography and child molestation are heavy topics and not easily addressed.  
You may wonder the relevance of its being included with this site, after all you are just 
interested in getting your husband or boyfriend away from porn sites and into a more balanced 
relationship with you. You could never imagine him visiting any of these perverted child 
pornography sites, right?  

Every week it seems an otherwise upstanding citizen - teacher, lawyer, preacher, police officer - 
gets caught with obscene pictures of innocent children.  "There is not a profile for these type of 
people," said John Shehan, deputy director of exploited children services at the National Center 
for Missing and Exploited Children in Alexandria, Va. "These individuals come from a variety of 
walks of life. They could be anyone." In 1998, 3,267 complaints of child pornography were made 
with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. By 2006, the number had grown to 
62,480.

If you are surfing for porn, you will easily come across images of child pornography. There are 
children as young as infants being sexually abused, molested, photographed and distributed for 
another's sexual gratification. Nearly every crime-fighting agency has at least one specialized 
investigator to handle child pornography cases. Some investigators actively seek offenders in 
cyberspace, pretending to be children in online chats or fellow child porn collectors looking to 
score a new collection of child pornography.

Florida is one of the most aggressive states nationwide in fighting child pornography. 
Possession 
of child porn is a third-degree felony and looking at even one photo online is considered a 
crime. 
 Distributing, producing and soliciting a child for child pornography is a second-degree 
felony in Florida. State Attorney General Bill McCollum announced a bill that would allow 
victims 
of child pornography to sue people who download and transmit their images for at least 
$150,000 per photograph.  

If you have a porn addict in home, how can you afford not to look into this topic?

Still not convinced your home may be at risk? Consider this. Almost all child-pornography 
possessors arrested between July 1, 2000, and June 30, 2001, were male, 91% were white, and 
86% were older than 25. Only 3% were younger than 18. Most were unmarried at the time of their 
crime, either because they had never married (41%) or because they were separated, divorced, or 
widowed (21%). 
Thirty-eight (38%) percent were either married or living with partners.

Forty percent (40%) of those estimated arrestees were “dual offenders,” who sexually victimized 
children and possessed child pornography, with both crimes discovered in the same investigation. 
An additional 15% were dual offenders who attempted to sexually victimize children by soliciting 
undercover investigators who posed online as minors.

Learn how one family was dramatically altered.


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