Growing Number of Women Want to Sexually Abuse Female Children

Thanks to Andre’ for alerting me to this disturbing, but necessary information:

World Net Daily is reporting that there is a website with many followers, that celebrates sex between adult women and young girls:

“How prevalent is pedophilia among women? Hampton says that he gets an average of more than 200 reports related to female pedophilia on the Internet each day, including websites, message boards and other forums.

It’s growing, he says of the presence of female pedophilia on the Web, though sites related to male pedophilia are increasing at about 10 times the rate.

“But I was surprised that this was even an issue,” he said of female pedophilia. “It’s been since about two years ago that we’ve found it to be quite prevalent.”

Linda Halliday-Sumner, a sexual abuse consultant in Courtenay, B.C., Canada, told WND that when she first began in 1980, about 1.5 percent of her cases were women who abuse minors. Within six years that increased to 11 to 13 percent. In the last 10 years, she said, at least 33 percent of her 325 cases a year have been women.”

“While these studies give some clues, the true number of women who have sexual contact with children is probably severely underestimated, according to German psychologist Marina Knopf. In an article on “Butterfly Kisses” titled “Sexual Contacts Between Women and Children: Reflections on an Unrealizable Research Project,” Knopf said that this could be because contacts by women are more of a taboo than those by men.

She writes that it “is less spoken of, more hidden, and the women do not have any groups they attend or have formed themselves as do men. … The strength of this taboo might help explain the enormous difficulty we had in finding women to interview.”

Well-known pedophile advocate Pat Califia, who has spoken at mainstream institutions such as Penn State University, writes in an article posted on the “Butterfly Kisses” site that, “It is possible that sexual activity occurs more often between mothers and children or other women than between men and children. Women have more access to kids, and there are fewer taboos surrounding women’s handling young people’s bodies.”

….

“Among the membership, comprised of women who were abused by their mothers, less than 1 percent report that any intervention occurred. An article on the MDSA website cites reasons for that, such as “the extreme rarity of the offender seeking treatment, the victim reporting the abuse, or the authorities discovering the crime.” Other reasons include the fact that “therapists, social workers, doctors, teachers, etc., know very little about this form of abuse and/or do not consider it a possibility.” Also, “perpetrators overwhelmingly appear like ‘normal’ caring mothers.”

….

“In their introduction to the Journal of Paedophilia issue about women, Sax and Deckwitz go on to say, “When we embarked on this study we were also surprised that so little consideration had been given to the positive, fruitful side of relationships between adult women and minors. In conversations with female friends, we heard so many happy stories, related with genuine pleasure, that our feeling was strengthened that presenting a positive view of relationships between women and young people was indeed justified.”

Big Sisters

The “Butterfly Kisses” site includes links to branches of the Big Sisters organization and Girl Scout websites, suggesting that these groups present good opportunities for women who desire sexual relationships with girls.

Resources on the pro-pedophile site include articles under the heading of “Girl Scouts and Mentoring” with titles such as “Women Mentoring Girls,” “Big Sisters,” and “Lesbians are to Scouting as Sunshine is to Summer.”

In the site’s reader forum, a participant identified as “Jean” posted a message Sept. 16, 2001, that said “this is the neatest forum. I have always been attracted to little girls (8-10 yr olds).”

“Jean” said she is a volunteer swimming instructor and asked members of the forum for their advice on “making little girlfriends.”

The following day, “Poppy” wrote back and said, “You already have a convenient access to little girls as a swimming coach. Try showing them that you care about them more than your job asks you, i.e., help them with their daily problems, get to know them and become close with the girls who admire you.”

Like “Poppy,” many of the voices on the “Butterfly Kisses” site insist that they engage only in consensual relationships with children. “Poppy” suggested to the swimming instructor that she could offer to give a little course in kissing to a girl who seems to be flirting with her.

“But whatever you do,” she advised, “don’t force them to do anything they don’t like. Good luck!”

Like male pedophile advocates, many female promoters believe that children are being oppressed by adults who have taken away their right to fully express their sexuality in any way they see fit.

“Butterfly Kisses” includes a section called “Rights Advocacy” with titles such as “Feminism, Pedophilia and Children’s Rights,” by Pat Califia, “A Child’s Sexual Bill of Rights,” “The North American Woman-Girl Love Association” and “Sexual Revolution and the Liberation of Children,” by well-known feminist Kate Millett.”

“Unlike the male homosexual movement, says researcher Reisman, author of “Kinsey: Crimes & Consequences,” “the feminist movement – and that includes the lesbian movement – has been vocal about ‘It’s not right to have sex with kids.’”

Nevertheless, Millett, author of the 1970 feminist tome “Sexual Politics,” said in a 1980 interview reprinted in the book “The Age of Taboo,” that “certainly, one of children’s essential rights is to express themselves sexually, probably primarily with each other but with adults as well.”

World Net Daily Article:

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9 Responses to Growing Number of Women Want to Sexually Abuse Female Children

  1. Lynn says:

    I just saw this posting as I was searching for a web-site to perhaps help children that were sexually abused like myself. I am a grown woman myself, with two beautiful little girls that I would protect from such a horrible offender with my life. My situation was a teenage family member. She was a female and no matter her situation that my family defended, she knew what she was doing. The best thing a parent can do is always take allegations seriously, as my parents first reprimanded me and then realized that this was serious. They then took me to this family members home with our pastor and confronted the situation. This traumatized me! I was only 8 years old! I have had a difficult time dealing with this 22 years later and wish I could find a way to help others so that I can prevent such a thing from happening to them and I would love to educate parents on better ways on communicating with their children at younger ages due to how evil this worl is today.

    • Alethea says:

      Hi Lynn. Welcome to my Blog. Thanks for posting.

      I agree 100% about a teenager sexually abusing a young child. Many people try to defend teens who sexually abuse children, but teens are old enough to know that it is WRONG, and that they should instead help the child if they are being abused by someone else in the family, not abuse them too!

      I am so sorry that you were reprimanded at first. As if an eight year-old knows what’s happening! I can see why you have had such a difficult time. Female-female child sexual abuse is difficult enough as it is to deal with, but having been reprimanded and then traumatized with the confrontation is added complications to deal with. I want you to know, that I speak from experience. For many reasons, I have not been entirely open about it on my Blog, but I know all too well about being sexually abused by a female family member.

      I am currently working on a post about this very subject. Keep checking back to my main page, or subscribe to my Blog from my main page, and you will be notified when it posts.

      I think you are on to an important subject, one that needs to be addressed. I think it’s awesome that you are taking action to try and help others.

      My main page:
      https://ordinaryevil.wordpress.com/

      All my best,
      Alethea

  2. Jackie says:

    Well you know, female pedophiles aren’t taken seriously in the US. The court deeming Debra LaFave was “Too pretty for jail” shows that. Wonder of there’s anything on that butterfly kisses site, about escaping jail with looking like a Barbie Doll porn star.

  3. I likely misunderstood the context or point of yet another article, but here goes…

    Yes, women abuse children. However, I believe, and I believe there is studies to support this (I’ll ask my therapist if anyone asks ‘which studies?”) that it is NOT ‘women’ who abuse children but WOMEN WHO ARE SEXUALLY ATTRACTED TO CHILDREN/ADOLESCENTS.

    As myself as an example, YES, I am a women. NO, I have never sexually abused a child and never would. I would prefer to rob a bank if given a choice – if someone said I either abuse a chiild or comitt robbery. Actually, for the world’s knowledge, I would rather be dead than abuse a child or adolescent. Or anyone.

    This may be out in left field and irrelevant, but perhaps the title of the blog post should have been not ‘Growing Number of Women Want to Sexually Abuse Female Children.’ BUT ‘Growing Number of Women Who Are Sex Offenders/Pedophiles/Sexually Attracted to Children Want to Sexually Abuse Female Children.’

    Because a sexually healthy, generally healthy mentally/emotionally woman DOES NOT, WOULD NOT WANT to hurt a child.

    I’m not the world’s most mentally and sexually healthy person because of the effects of chronic child abuse, I admit. By whatever ‘sexual dysfunction’ I struggle with is completely different from the ‘sexual dysfunction’ Karla Holmolka, Myra Hedley, Aileen Wournos, Ted Bundy, Vanessa George and Eileen Barzee ”struggle” with. They were/are pedophiles. I am not.

    Women as a general species/population don’t want to abuse children (although, female sexual abusers appear statistically less common than male ones, they do exist and are more common than anyone living in a bubble wants to believe) it’s PEDOPHILE/SEX OFFENDER Women that want too.

    Not women like me. Women like MYSELF who would GLADLY give their lives to have child abuse, pornography, mind control, sadistic ritual and satanic abuse, criminal gangs, etc. eradicated from this world.

    By the way, I do agree with ‘Butterfly Kisses’ existing. The group is real. Whatever cutesy name a pedophile organization can give themselves to appear innocent and loving in order to operate, they will.

    NAMBLA – National Association for Man-Boy Love – (Man-Boy Love, my GOD) state – or stated the last time I checked – that boys – little boys, okay, are capable of cognitively, emotionally and mentally understanding sex to the point where they can be the boyfriends of men in their 30,’s, 50′s, etc. EXCEPT SOCIETY ISN’T MATURE enough to understand this! If society would understand and abolish ‘child abuse love’ laws, boys and men could have intimate relationships – healthy, sexual ones. It’s OUR world that DOESN’T UNDERSTAND NAMBLA’s, not the other way around. If the world would just become more accepting….

    I’ve got news for NAMBLA:

    As long as I’M IN THIS WORLD, YOUR WORLD I will continue to fight against because NO WAY AM I EVER SITTING SILENT while your world tries to appear healthy in MY WORLD. YOUR WORLD is NOT A WORLD. IT HAS NO PLACE in THIS world, MY world, pick your sentences.

    And all the female version ‘organizations’ out there like NAMBLA?

    I was yelling at – and threatening you too. Ooops. Guess I missed the ‘Butterfly Kisses is Special sign.’

    You want power and control? Decide what sweater to wear in the morning. You want sex? Pink has a great song for that. It’s called ‘You and Your Hand.’
    Use it – in private – no, a vehicle in a parking lot is not private – and get the hell away from the REAL healthy and normal people.

    I don’t want you.

    • Alethea says:

      “Yes, women abuse children. However, I believe, and I believe there is studies to support this (I’ll ask my therapist if anyone asks ‘which studies?”) that it is NOT ‘women’ who abuse children but WOMEN WHO ARE SEXUALLY ATTRACTED TO CHILDREN/ADOLESCENTS.”

      Hi Serieve. I’m sorry, but you are incorrect. Any kind of woman can begin to sexually abuse a child. Just like men who sexually abuse children, a woman can be attracted to the opposite sex and prefer sex with adults, but still end up sexually abusing a child out of an emotional need. Yes, some are sexually attracted to children from an earlier time, but unlike men who abuse little kids, women are often very mentally disturbed (but can look and act normal to everyone else) and emotionally needy in a nasty way.

      “This may be out in left field and irrelevant, but perhaps the title of the blog post should have been not ‘Growing Number of Women Want to Sexually Abuse Female Children.’ BUT ‘Growing Number of Women Who Are Sex Offenders/Pedophiles/Sexually Attracted to Children Want to Sexually Abuse Female Children.’”

      I don’t think that title works for me. “Growing number of women” implies that a certain amount of -a certain amount of women- do this. I think that the title speaks for itself. Anyone who reads it, and who reads my post, will understand that it is a certain number of women who are indeed sexually screwed up and mentally disturbed.

      I don’t think that anyone out there who knows a person that has been sexually abused, and who isn’t completely mentally and sexually healthy because of that abuse, is a person who will also choose to sexually abuse a child, or is even attracted to children sexually.

      “Not women like me. Women like MYSELF who would GLADLY give their lives to have child abuse, pornography, mind control, sadistic ritual and satanic abuse, criminal gangs, etc. eradicated from this world.”

      I don’t think anyone who reads the post will lump you or anyone like you in the mix with the women who DO sexually abuse children.

      “I’ve got news for NAMBLA: As long as I’M IN THIS WORLD, YOUR WORLD I will continue to fight against because NO WAY AM I EVER SITTING SILENT while your world tries to appear healthy in MY WORLD. YOUR WORLD is NOT A WORLD. IT HAS NO PLACE in THIS world, MY world, pick your sentences.”

      Good for you.

      “And all the female version ‘organizations’ out there like NAMBLA? I was yelling at – and threatening you too.”

      Three cheers!

      • I know I’m not incorrect. I just said it all the wrong way. I read my post after and went, well, that’s going to be taken in the opposite meaning than I intended.’ No surprise there. It’s this defecit I have, not a display of the other person usually.

        That’s slightly what I meant, Alethea. ANY WOMAN CAN – and ‘does’ in a way – abuse a child. I’ve been saying that for years. What I meant was MOST HEALTHY WOMEN (you can be a woman suffering from the effects of abuse and still be healthy enough to not want to abuse and usually coupled with this is a disgust at the very idea of doing so)would not, should not want to abuse a child/adolescent.

        I mean, I COULD abuse a child. But I don’t want too, desire too, and am not attracted to children or adolescents.

        ‘sill end up sexually abusing a child out of an emotional need.’

        I hope I’m misinterpreting this. Because…sexual abuse, child abuse is not an emotional need from what I can tell. To abuse someone is not a need, it is a choice.

        I don’t care if a woman’s married to a man and doesn’t consider herself attracted to children sexually. Once she commits an act, I call her a sex offender. Emotionally ‘needy’ or no.

        I think I’m going to start using that in defense of men. ‘He loves his wife – and his daughter. But he had ‘needs’ that weren’t being met – sexual and emotional – so he turned to his daughter. Can’t help it. He is mentally disturbed, emotionally needy.’

        I shake my head at this particular societal excuse harder than at others.

        Now, NAMBLA might say I chose to abuse them, their ‘mission.’ That’s fine. But if I go out and sexually assault a child, that is not an emotional need. I would be choosing to assault. I don’t care if women are lonely, wanting power, control, to ‘feel loved,’ etc.

        There are other ways of acting those needs out in other ways – often negative, that do not involve harming a child. I’ve seen what people call borderline personality traits, alcoholism, shopping, self-injury, overeating, etc. as methods to get emotional needs met. They can affect children, cause crisis within family, work, friends, relationships. But these maladaptive ways of meeting emotional needs don’t kill a child the way 10-15 people killed me. I’m pretty sure one woman screamed ‘emotional needy.’ I don’t care. She killed me in ways I can NEVER get back.

        When I was 16, I was in the psychiatric ward after my father locked me up there to conceal his secret. My aunt, Geri, one of his 3 sisters, (Jack is one of nine kids) came to speak to me.

        I don’t recall what I said, but I know I told her her brother was sexually abusing me.

        Her reply? “I don’t see why he’d need to do that.’

        For once, I agreed with her – in her literal, concrete way of words ONLY.

        EXACTLY! Jack doesn’t NEED too. He’s choosing too. But Geri’s response was the type of ignorant, denial, let’s protect the dysfunctional family system first that I deplore. And she wasn’t even right!

        ‘women are often very mentally disturbed (but can look and act normal to everyone else) and emotionally needy in a nasty way.’

        Don’t care. No sympathy.
        Well, yes, they can be needy in negative ways, evil ways. However, sexual abuse evil…I don’t give a word I won’t say if women are ‘mentally disturbed.’ DON’T sexually abuse kids, mentally disturbed, needy or not.

        I’m mentally disturbed, by apparent definition. I have Major Depression, PTSD, OCD, Non-Verbal Learning Disorder, possible Asperger’s Syndrome, social anxiety, attachment issues, no friends, kind of a hermit…SO WHAT? I’ve never sexually or physically harmed a child.

        I’ll turn my mental disturbances inward and destroy myself before I do that. I’ve been doing that for a very long time already.

        I’m not offended by your words or anything. I’m tired of the ‘I’m mentally disturbed, a man has needs, if she hadn’t had a bad childhood…’ types of arguments.

        I had a bad childhood. I told my therapist once, ‘if I ever, EVER feel the urge/want, etc to abuse a child I am going to RUN to you and we are going to do one of two things. 1. We’ll lock me up forever, or 2. I’ll kill myself.

        Because I would rather die – literally – than know that I had ever murdered a child’s soul and made them into one of the walking wounded – or was a risk to do that.

        Why are you sorry? You disagree with me and I disagree with you sometimes. Why are you sorry? Disagreements are okay. It’s how people go abot them. I’m not sorry. My world isn’t going to be…changed because you might think or know I’m wrong.

        I’m glad I’m in therapy. Sometimes my replies to your blogs scare the hell out of me. I mean, if I feel THIS SRONGLY over words sometimes…man, I need to heal.

        Not that I intend to stop writing or be healed and join NAMBLA or NAWLA.

        Gag me with a pescription pad…’man-boy love.’
        Shudder.

      • Alethea says:

        Hi Serieve,

        Electronic communication can be hard to get our point across sometimes.

        “MOST HEALTHY WOMEN (you can be a woman suffering from the effects of abuse and still be healthy enough to not want to abuse and usually coupled with this is a disgust at the very idea of doing so)would not, should not want to abuse a child/adolescent.”

        True.

        I said:>>sill end up sexually abusing a child out of an emotional need.>>

        “I hope I’m misinterpreting this. Because…sexual abuse, child abuse is not an emotional need from what I can tell. To abuse someone is not a need, it is a choice.”

        Okay, an emotionally disturbed need. Of course it is a choice, but that choice is driven by something. For men, the primary drive in sexual abuse is usually sex. For women, it can quite often be something very different.

        “I don’t care if a woman’s married to a man and doesn’t consider herself attracted to children sexually. Once she commits an act, I call her a sex offender. Emotionally ‘needy’ or no.”

        So would I, and I don’t think I ever implied any different.

        “I think I’m going to start using that in defense of men. ‘He loves his wife – and his daughter. But he had ‘needs’ that weren’t being met – sexual and emotional – so he turned to his daughter. Can’t help it. He is mentally disturbed, emotionally needy.’”

        That excuse is already being used by many people. A great many people think that lack of sex has to do with child sexual abuse, but they are dead wrong.

        “But if I go out and sexually assault a child, that is not an emotional need. I would be choosing to assault. I don’t care if women are lonely, wanting power, control, to ‘feel loved,’ etc.”

        For some women, it is an emotionally driven need that is warped.

        “There are other ways of acting those needs out in other ways – often negative, that do not involve harming a child.”

        Of course there are. That’s not at all what I had originally meant to imply.

        “I’ve seen what people call borderline personality traits, alcoholism, shopping, self-injury, overeating, etc. as methods to get emotional needs met. They can affect children, cause crisis within family, work, friends, relationships. But these maladaptive ways of meeting emotional needs don’t kill a child the way 10-15 people killed me. I’m pretty sure one woman screamed ‘emotional needy.’ I don’t care. She killed me in ways I can NEVER get back.”

        All of those things mentioned above can and do often cause a child harm. Yes, child sexual abuse is infinitely more harmful but, as you know, the degree of abuse is regulated by the person’s experiences in childhood. A person with personality disorder, or an addiction, might not have been sexually abused so they probably won’t choose to abuse a child sexually; they hurt their kids in other, less extreme ways.

        “Her reply? “I don’t see why he’d need to do that.’”

        That was just a statement of ignorance and denial, it has nothing to do with what I was trying to convey.

        I feel like you’re getting caught up between the *choice* of sexually abusing kids, and WHY people make that choice.

        I said: >>‘women are often very mentally disturbed (but can look and act normal to everyone else) and emotionally needy in a nasty way.’>>

        “Don’t care. No sympathy.”

        I wasn’t trying to invoke sympathy. I was trying to make the point that a woman who appears “normal” on the outside can be someone who is sexually abusing a child behind closed doors. I was saying this so that people who read this Blog would not get stuck on the idea that a female who sexually abuses a child will LOOK like she is deranged, or will ACT like she is a sick woman.

        “I’m mentally disturbed, by apparent definition. I have Major Depression, PTSD, OCD, Non-Verbal Learning Disorder, possible Asperger’s Syndrome, social anxiety, attachment issues, no friends, kind of a hermit…SO WHAT? I’ve never sexually or physically harmed a child.”

        I wasn’t trying to put everyone who has mental health issues in the same box with those who choose to sexually abuse a child. That’s how you read it, but not my intent.

        “I’m not offended by your words or anything. I’m tired of the ‘I’m mentally disturbed, a man has needs, if she hadn’t had a bad childhood…’ types of arguments.”

        If you read my articles on the women who killed their kids due to a “mental health disorder” you would see that I agree with you.

        “You disagree with me and I disagree with you sometimes. Why are you sorry?”

        I was just trying to soften my words so that it didn’t sound so harsh. I haven’t done anything wrong. But this was not a case of disagreeing. This was a case of you misunderstanding the reasoning behind my words.

        “I’m not sorry. My world isn’t going to be…changed because you might think or know I’m wrong.”

        Okay, then I’m not sorry about anything, only that you have misunderstood me.

        “I’m glad I’m in therapy. Sometimes my replies to your blogs scare the hell out of me. I mean, if I feel THIS SRONGLY over words sometimes…man, I need to heal.”

        Yes, that’s true. It’s good that you see that. When we over-react to something, there is something deeper going on there.

        Look, the bottom line here is that I always try and find a root cause, the meaning, the depth to WHY people choose to do things, and I always like to talk about it. To me, it is important to look at why a person chooses to sexually abuse a child, and why a woman does it can help society to be less in denial and to possibly stop the abuse of children. A lot of people say, ‘oh but women aren’t like men, they don’t have a strong sex drive like a man, so why would a woman sexually abuse a child?’ Well, not only do some women sexually abuse children, but I find it to be worse than when men do. Part of that is because, when a woman sexually abuses a child, it is more thought out, more mentally nasty.

  4. Shana Dines says:

    This is truly disgusting. Males molesting is vile too but this is even more revolting to me having been molested by my mother. I am totally repulsed by women who molest.

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