Psychology of Sex Offenders
Following offences warrant inclusion on the register:
Intercourse with a girl under age of 16
Incest by a man
Indecency between men
Indecent assault on a man, women, boy, girl.
Assault with intent to commit buggery
Causing or encouraging prostitution of, or intercourse with, or indecent assault on, a girl under 16. Indecent conduct towards a young child
Inciting a girl under 16 to have incestuous sexual intercourse Production of possession of indecent photographs of children Importing or possession of certain pornographic materials
Sexual Offenders Act 2003:
Rape is defined as followed:
A person (A) commits an offence if –
(A) he intentionally penetrates the vagina, anus or mouth of another person (B) with his penis, (B) B does not consent to the penetration and
(C) A does not reasonably believe that B consents.
A new offence of assault by penetration is defined as penetration with any object to the anus or vagina Group homosexual ex has been decriminalized
Voyeurism: watching people have sex with or without their consent. Exhibitionism: having ex in a public place, indecent exposure in public place. Sadism: sexual aroused by others pain.
Masochism: enjoy pain during sex or suffering and humiliation/ domination. Incest: sex with a member or your family.
Rape: forcing someone to carry out sexual activities.
Pedophilia: sex with children or people under the age of 16. Zoophilia: sex with an animal.
While some of paraphilia’s on the list are not socially acceptable, or even illegal, others are only considered a cause for concern if they affect the individual’s mental state. Some behaviors, particularly paedophilia, are considered extreme forms of personality disorder, and many psychologists consider then untreatable. Types of Rape:
Most rapes are carried out by someone known to the victim.
Rape in marriage was outlawed relatively recently
Rape is defined...
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