Dating a sex offender
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By the time Plentyof Fish matched him with Deveau, Papamechail’s heightened status meant he would have already appeared on the state’s sex offender registry—something that Plentyof Fish didn’t check, the company confirms. They met in person; she went to his apartment twice.An Arizona sex offender was recently sentenced to 10 years in prison because of his persistent use of Facebook.He claimed that the social networking site was necessary part of the marketing strategy for his web-design business." The land of the Big Easy wants to make it very hard for sex offenders to use social networks.Child Welfare Information Gateway Sexual abuse and assault can be difficult topics to discuss.Learning about sexual abuse/assault, being able to recognize potential warning signs, knowing how to respond and being aware of resources can help.This time, a woman he met through Plentyof Fish accused him of raping her on their first date.The claim put him in county jail without bail for two years; he was eventually acquitted after a weeklong jury trial.Louisiana lawmakers responded by passing a new law that requires sexual deviants to list their sex offender status on all of their social networking profile pages.Sex offenders probably aren't psyched at the idea of including their criminal history along with their relationship status and professional background on sites like Facebook and Linked In, especially because it means they'll immediately be spiked by a few sites that forbid sex offenders to network.Sites such as Facebook and already forbid sex offenders from using their sites in their terms of service.So the Louisiana law would simply put some legislative muscle behind that violation of the sites' TOS.