Halting the Sexual Predators among Us: Preventing Attack, Rape, and Lust Homicide

Halting the Sexual Predators among Us: Preventing Attack, Rape, and Lust Homicide

Halting the Sexual Predators among Us: Preventing Attack, Rape, and Lust Homicide

Halting the Sexual Predators among Us: Preventing Attack, Rape, and Lust Homicide

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It had been a particularly long and cold winter, at least it seemed that way to John Doe. The gray sky seemed to have been there for months, and it felt like the Indian summer of last October was years removed. The lack of sunshine produced no natural endorphins. Only the videos kept John's urges at bay.

The ever-present urge was insistent. The need to touch and be loved was overwhelming. Alcohol, videos, and masturbation had kept the recurrent, intense arousal under control for the first few months, but the time had become too long. John could no longer wait. He could no longer be satisfied with just the thoughts of a youthful lover. The videos did not accurately portray his desired lover, and the visual stimuli were crude and often cruel and did not represent his love. It frustrated him that the children were of the wrong gender, race, and age. The sexual activity was commercial. It did not genuinely represent his love. The weather must change soon.

Waiting for the first day of spring, the warming temperature, and the annual advent of recess felt insurmountable, but John knew venturing early to the fence bordering the elementary schoolyard playground would be futile. No children would be at play.

It had also been a particularly long winter for fourth grade teacher Ms. Jones. The cold, snowy, and rainy weather had kept the children indoors for the past five months. Indian summer felt as if it had been years ago. Afternoons without outside recess had become unbearable. At a complete loss of . . .

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