paedophilia


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paedophilia

(esp US), pedophilia
the condition of being sexually attracted to children
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THUGS An Occupy Paedophilia gang on hunt in St Petersburg
I don't actually personally adhere to the 15-year-old being with a 20-year-old boyfriend being paedophilia, or even if the boyfriend is 30.
It is generally claimed that between 5% and 10% of paedophilia cases involve women.
The trust said fears of paedophilia and the image of the job as being more suited to women needed to be tackled if more men were to be recruited.
Despite the horror of paedophilia, the outcry against these sick people must not become a witch-hunt tarring everyone who has ever paid to look at a website with the same brush.
AMID the controversy surrounding the Brass Eye special on paedophilia, we shouldn't lose sight of the "ratings" effect.
AKEL MP Irini Charalambidou has tabled a legal proposal introducing life sentences for those found guilty of paedophilia, while also allowing for the supervision of convicts after their release.
Pope Francis has set up a Vatican taskforce to help tackle sex abuse and paedophilia in the Catholic Church.
An IQ viewer said the BBC had trivialised paedophilia and demonstrated a lack of understanding of what the limerick implied.
He is a very humble cardinal who did not manage to curtail paedophilia cases in his diocese as would have been right," Charles Scicluna, who was in the prosecutor's office between 1995 and 2012, told La Repubblica daily.
However, Sue Gardner, executive director of Wikimedia Foundation, Wikipedia's parent organization, said in a statement: "Wikipedia has a long-held, zero-tolerance policy towards paedophilia or paedophilia advocacy and child pornography.
The Pope said there had been "serious mistakes" among bishops in responding to allegations of paedophilia.