Illinois Commission Finds: Declining Number of Juvenile Sex Offenders, Uneven Treatment, Oppressive Registry
Illinois should even out the assessment and services to juvenile sex offenders, and shield them from the state’s registry, a commission tasked with assessing that population recommended in a report released yesterday.
California May Mandate Data on Parenting Foster Youths; Up To Governor
The California State Assembly passed a downsized version of a bill that mandates the collection of data about parenting foster youths, and the bill is now headed to the desk of Gov.
What About the Boys? The Importance of Including Boys and Young Men in Sexual and Reproductive Health Research
Females are taught to prepare themselves against dangers like harassment and abuse in the workplace, at home, and in all other public realms. The hidden dimension is that males are also victims in such harassment and abuse cases that are often touted as female problems.