An Australian man has been convicted of sex offences after an undercover operation in which charity workers used a CGI 'child
A major sex crime crackdown has led to the arrest of 660 suspected paedophiles across Britain, the National Crime Agency
Recent high-profile cases of sex crime convictions, as in Rolf Harris and Max Clifford, reveal outwardly puzzling and strange reactions from their own families. Some relatives show solidarity, appearing each day in court, loyally at the side of the accused.
The single word 'kids' followed by accusations of 'You're a paedo' constantly ramming through my head, incessant thoughts and images tapping at the periphery of my mind. All I knew was that I was 14 years of age and I was petrified of being a paedophile.
Paedophile mice are kept at bay by the tears of their potential victims, research has shown. The tears contain a pheromone
Former head of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Service (CEOP), Jim Gamble, has correctly pointed out that Cameron's demand that internet companies take action to block images of abuse online demonstrates a 'fundamental lack of understanding' about paedophiles and how they operate.
We don't hear about perpetrators. Headlines always read "Woman raped in Hartlepool", "Study shows 24% students victims of abuse". Unless perpetrators are famous or politically sensitive then reporting is passive...this gives the impression rape 'just happens', ruins lives like a fair-weather thunderbolt.
Cultural and religious differences cannot be used as a defence for men from ethnic minorities linked to sex crimes against
Paedobritain has been trending not because there is moral panic but because many people are angry that large-scale child abuse has happened - sometimes involving prominent people - and there are still questions not being answered.
A former BBC producer appeared to compare "womanising" with "paedophilia" when he was challenged about the Jimmy Savile scandal