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 Broken_Wings
Joined: 6/12/2006
Msg: 201
Registered Sex Offender?!?Page 9 of 11    (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11)
I think this thread has all the information on it as it is and if anybody feels/knows that their is a sex offender in your area warn your loved ones and people you know so just incase one of those "preditors" is closer than you think, so yall/we all could keep a closer eye out and help our kids be safe.


God Bless.


(plz do not bash me for, my statement)
 rainskiss
Joined: 3/5/2006
Msg: 202
Registered Sex Offender?!?
Posted: 6/13/2006 4:05:00 AM
omg here we go blaming the parents..ok first let me say im not bashing you. I totally respect your opinion, but....

I get so tired of everyone blaming the parents, you can't be with your kids 24/7, you raise your kid with morals, ethnics and values, but sometimes they just get stupid, and the parents are the last to know. I have seen many 13 and 14 year olds who would easly pass for 17 or 18, come from excellant family, preachers and what not, but wild as all get out when mommie and daddie is not around. If it was the fault of the parents for what the kids do all the time then I should of been the biggest whore growing up, should of been on drugs, running the streets doing god know what with god knows who, cause god knows my mom didn't give a crap about me, she even tryed selling me for her next beer, we don't even want to talk about my step-dad, but you know what I was doing, at age 15 I got a emancipation, stayed in school and worked a full time job, and on weekends worked a extra job, but I had been working like that since I was 14.
 Broken_Wings
Joined: 6/12/2006
Msg: 203
Registered Sex Offender?!?
Posted: 6/13/2006 4:09:11 AM
I am NOT blameing the kids because i know NOBODY can watch their kids 24/7 but you do NOT know how some kids are today esp in this state but everytime i POST something no matter what it is somebody alway's wants to TWIST my words and put, shit in my mouth that i am NOT sayin or tryin make it sound like i am bashing/blameing people.

I just think if kids had a better role model now days they would not turn out so bad and get into trouble but like you said NOBODY can watch their kid 24/7 but that does NOT mean we should abandon our kids and NOT worry/care what they are doing.


Davids Mom
 JAMESDEAN55
Joined: 5/12/2006
Msg: 204
Registered Sex Offender?!?
Posted: 6/13/2006 4:28:56 AM
I'm not going to support this guy at all but will say in his defense I think somtimes it can be hard to tell a 14 yro froman 18yro.I don't really care that it can be hard to tell as I'm not attracted to little tarts anyway for a # of reasons, but I disagree that it's alway's easy to tell these ages apart>>>>> hey guys before you pick up a chick who you think 'COULD" BE under aged ask for ID! NO ID = NO DATE PERIOD!
 Broken_Wings
Joined: 6/12/2006
Msg: 205
Registered Sex Offender?!?
Posted: 6/13/2006 6:26:09 AM
jamesdean55

Yeah you have a point and in first of all where is all these gurls mom/dad at when their little girl is probaly "sneaking" into a bar and most likely comming onto every man she meet's i was so lucky i had a little boy because i do NOT think raiseing a boy would be harder, than raiseing a girl if i had a girl she would NOT date/see any guy/man until she was 18.
 indy38
Joined: 11/19/2005
Msg: 206
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Posted: 6/13/2006 10:27:35 AM
if i had a girl she would NOT date/see any guy/man until she was 18.

Go luck with that, sounds like a recipe for raising a daughter that will end up hating your guts for trying to ruin her life.

If by some miracle you manage to mentally shackle her up that bad I can only imagine how dysfunctional and vulnerable she'll be just starting to date guys for the first time at 18!?

More likely she'll do what she wants to despite your wishes and the more hardcore you get about it the more likely she'll run like hell to get away from her dysfunctional home life (or start doing drugs for all the wrong reasons).
 Broken_Wings
Joined: 6/12/2006
Msg: 207
Registered Sex Offender?!?
Posted: 6/13/2006 4:15:43 PM
indy38


i agree with you lol and i know how she would react and do and she would sneak behind my back but better safe than sorry i mean i am not if i have a girl going tell her "your not dateing anyone until, your 18" but i would sit her down and explain to her what could happend and the, bad turns out could be if she does end up gettin with a man who is older than her.

but i guess i am a bad mom because i would rather have my daughter if i have one safe and not in any trouble with guy's/law and end up in jail before she hits 18?, i mean parents have to set GROUND RULES if they don't they will end up in worse situration's than they would want to be.
 zonquer
Joined: 6/13/2006
Msg: 208
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Posted: 6/13/2006 8:43:22 PM
It seems to me that there is a moral panic going on, a lot of people are going nuts, a lot of people are trying to protect their children by throwing them in jail and branding them for life just because they do what children do. And 14 isn't 18 or 21, but 14 isn't 10 either....

The police did find me, a couple times, when I was 17 one summer when I had a 14-year old girlfriend, found us parked somewhere with fogged up windows, all they'd do is make us move the car. The laws were the same as today, and technically even a kiss was a crime - technically even suggestive language was a crime - but you know they didn't throw the book at kids back then. Today they do. Today it would be The List. And I think that's insane. I bet even the cops know it's insane. But they just follow orders. Good Christian, hardworking people who just follow orders. Heil.

I could be where that guy is at, if I just was in a different place and time.


Heil.
 Broken_Wings
Joined: 6/12/2006
Msg: 209
Experiences...
Posted: 6/14/2006 11:46:48 PM
Yeh i can relate because my cousin was closer than close could ever get to being in this guys shoes because he got in some shit dateing a chick who was 2yrs younger than him and her parents tryed almost everything, to get him locked up and even called the law into it but they was not that much older and my cousin was haveing sexual realtions with this chick and her parents didnt like it so they was trying have him arrested for "sexual abuse" and FORCEING their daughter to have sexual realtions with him.

a sex offender does not always mean haveing sex with kids.
 okema2012
Joined: 7/23/2008
Msg: 210
Registered Sex Offender?!?
Posted: 11/17/2008 7:36:43 AM
I too am dating a registered sex offender This happened to him 15 years ago and he has no record since then not even a traffic ticket. I know I checked. One suggestion I have go to the county and check him out on the criminal computer. It is public record and free to do. This will tell you what else is on his record. Use your best judgement here go by what you feel. You know what is right and what is wrong for you if you listen to yourself. Be his friend if nothing else and see what happens
 ***blue***
Joined: 4/21/2008
Msg: 211
Registered Sex Offender?!?
Posted: 11/17/2008 10:17:28 AM
"I too am dating a registered sex offender This happened to him 15 years ago and he has no record since then not even a traffic ticket."

My mom is married to one still. And I can tell you that no they don't change. They can curb the inpulse for a time, but I also know that if a 'perfect for them' oppertunity shows itself then it would be very hard for them not to act on it.

My mom's husband attends counseling still (yes after 15 years) and he avoids any kind of function where his 'target' age bracket (sp?) will be, because he doesn't trust himself.

I have no contact with him and will not in the future even, but that is not a chance I would even think about taking.

This is an old thread anyway so maybe all the info can help someone else.
 *~*Royal Majesty*~*
Joined: 8/5/2008
Msg: 212
Registered Sex Offender?!?
Posted: 11/17/2008 10:42:18 AM
I would NOT date someone with ANY type of criminal record. Period.

Background checks are very, very helpful and are a great source of personal security, safety &peace of mind, especially in today's crazy world! I highly recommend them.
 caryn86
Joined: 11/1/2008
Msg: 213
Registered Sex Offender?!?
Posted: 11/17/2008 4:33:15 PM
Personally, I think you should trust your own judgement. Tell him the truth. If you cant be in a relationship with him, then fine. You have already checked up on what he was in jail for, he was honest about that. And I can tell you, I never told the truth about my age when I was 13/14. Hell I work with a girl who is sixteen and looks older then me, and she has been going into pubs for a year now (Way too young too).
These days people can sue for anything, go to jail for anything, nobody can trust anything anymore. And as for the length of the sentence? It all differs case to case. I have friends, both commited assault, not sexual mind you, (different cases, but very similar) one got a year, the other had three months. It all depends on the actual juries and judges and what not.
 cacconcy1
Joined: 8/7/2007
Msg: 214
Registered Sex Offender?!?
Posted: 11/23/2008 9:57:16 PM
I was the victim of a sexual predator and I am not "judging" it is up to the Lord to do so'' All I can say is this. When you read on the State's site about each of these people's history they keep falling into that same category every time they are incarcerated. In my own mind you can think we all make mistakes in our lives but just the thought of a predator or offender with the words listed on that site that says" Lewd and Lacivious Acts" It gives me the cold chills just thinking about woman my age let alone little kids who are also their victims.. I have a restricted phone # as long as this man resides in Florida.. but on that same site shows predators and offenders who are ABSCONDED'' In other words they have lost track of them.. Our system does not have enough police or anyone who can "protect" us all of the time'' And here in Pasco County right on their site is three of them living on the street where there is an Elemantary school. What a terrible thought and the state is aware of that''Sorry this is so long but nothing upsets me more than this topic, I lay awake at nights thinking about the man who attacked me so brutally.. And now he is out on the streets where I testified against him'' What happens to me now?? I am more aware of my surroundings than ever.. Not in a feaful way anymore'' but in a manner of putting these people men and women both away for life so that they cannot hurt anyone else.. Again so sorry this was so long and extended.. Good night to all of you and PLEASE DO THINK ABOUT WHAT I HAVE EXPRESSED TO YOU"" I would not say what I have except my own experience and the States site that backs up everything I am saying to you''
 xsentricity
Joined: 6/18/2008
Msg: 215
Registered Sex Offender?!?
Posted: 11/24/2008 10:30:07 PM
A good friend of mine was in this sort of situation. We tried setting him up with girls that he met online, finally he meets one, they went to a bar, had a drink and ended up at his place. For the next few days, all I hear was how amazing she was in bed, etc... LOL! Then he sees her on facebook, with the year "1992" in her profile as her bday (this was about 2 years ago). He made a mistake, believing this girl off the bat (for Christ sakes, he met her in a BAR), and thank god she didnt say anything. If she did it would have been that he seduced her, he raped her, etc..... Just so she could protect herself from her families scorn. I say find the court records for this case, read them then decide for yourself.
Your man DID meet her in a bar, so of COURSE he thought she was of age. Its only proper isn't it?
 universegirl
Joined: 9/13/2008
Msg: 216
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Posted: 11/25/2008 12:01:40 AM
To be perfectly honest, when I was 14 I looked like I was 18. A lot of guys thought I was even 19. I was very shapely and I look pretty much the same in that regard.

What I question is his promiscuousness in having sex with someone he just met. THAT if the problem for me. Also, the fact that it was the friend of a former girlfriend. I see no morals there - on either count. That he was 22 and had sex with someone he thought was older than she looked isn't so much the problem to me. Some teenagers act like whores at a young age, smother themselves with makeup and wear clothing that make them look much older than they are.

Having said that, though, if you really like him and you have a good sense that he is telling the truth, then mount a concentrated effort to investigate him and see what this man is all about. Until you are satisfied with the answers, do not see him. Stay in touch to keep the connection until you get the answers that you need. Do NOT become emotionally attached to this person, and it will happen if you let yourself have romantic feelings for him.

Best of luck to you.
 universegirl
Joined: 9/13/2008
Msg: 217
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Posted: 11/25/2008 12:04:38 AM
Blue, your mother is married to a sex offender?! WHY?!
 universegirl
Joined: 9/13/2008
Msg: 218
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Posted: 11/25/2008 12:06:53 AM
Cacconcy1, you should not have your pictures on a public web site. You are identifying your location, where you live, etc. Use common sense and don't do that.
 ***blue***
Joined: 4/21/2008
Msg: 219
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Posted: 11/25/2008 8:59:49 AM
Hell if I know why but it's the way it is and I have absolutely no contact with him.
It's her life to do what she wants with it. As long as she is happy and he's not hurting anyone I can deal with it.
We have had a lot of long talks on the topic, and I guess she loves him. My mom's not one to give her heart away easily at all, and I guess when she does, she really does.
I'm not going to bad mouth her because she is and always has been.
I should also add that she was unaware of his problems when they married and didn't find out about them for 6 years maybe 5, until I told her and they were basically seperated until we were grown up and out of the house.
 luvmygirl
Joined: 1/11/2009
Msg: 220
Registered Sex Offender?!?
Posted: 1/22/2009 6:05:30 AM
I don't like to judge people personally. I'd like to believe that it is easy to see that a girl is only 14 years old, but admittedly, girls look older nowadays. That is by no means an excuse...simply an observaton. By the simple fact that she was in a bar when they met...may be a good explanation as to why he thought she was older...but one of the first questions you should always ask is how old someone is. This girl he used to sleep with...had a moral obligation to tell him that her friend was only 14...and she fell flat on her face with this one. Despite his ignorance, what he did was still wrong.

The issue is you are having doubts. Go with your gut! I have a little girl, and this would be a deal breaker for me...without question.
 good guy75
Joined: 3/25/2008
Msg: 221
Registered Sex Offender?!?
Posted: 1/22/2009 10:47:40 AM
hes got to go.he could not tell she was that young yea right.and your part of the problem on here asking a redicules question like that youknow that.
 breath~
Joined: 1/13/2008
Msg: 222
Registered Sex Offender?!?
Posted: 1/22/2009 11:18:20 AM
I only have this to add to this (old) thread.. something I noticed back in the opening post.
I never heard of someone being on the national sex offender list and then being taken off after a certain amount of time!
.....spent 21 months in prison. He is now on the sex offender database and will be for the next three years .....
 cfb62
Joined: 9/17/2007
Msg: 223
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Posted: 1/22/2009 1:55:13 PM
Anyone here aware that Rob Lowe's a sex offender?
He was totally tricked my two 16 year olds he met at the Democatic convention when he was in his mid 20s, back in the 80s.
 charbrier
Joined: 1/4/2009
Msg: 224
Registered Sex Offender?!?
Posted: 1/24/2009 6:18:09 PM
The law says he is a registered sex offender. That means he did something and in the eyes of the law he is a SEX OFFENDER. One thing I can tell you (I'm a shrink who has worked with them) they are often some of the nicest guys you'll ever meet, and usually ones you'd never suspect would be a SEX OFFENDER.

At least he was honest with you, and that's good..about being a registered sex offender. The rest is what you don't know about.

21 months in prison, ahem, is more than just a one time copping a feel punishment.

There's his side of the story, the minor's side of the story, and somewhere in the middle is MAYBE the truth.

You are only 22 years. old. Don't put all your eggs into this guys' basket. For what??
 cupcake700
Joined: 1/20/2009
Msg: 225
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Posted: 1/25/2009 12:34:43 PM
Well based on the circumstances as you explained them I would think it is just an unfortunate label.
Something in you though is saying, you can't trust him. So listen to your insticts and keep fishing!!
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