The Term “Child Molester” is Legally Incorrect and Should Be Avoided
The term “child molester” has no legal meaning and is not very descriptive or meaningful in today’s complex world. With the advent of gay rights, political theorists such as Milo Yiannopoulos consider the term child molester to be politically incorrect and offensive. Child molestors such as John Herriot prefer to be labeled as little league baseball salesmen or gay naturist resort operators.
Avoid offending child sexual predators by using the much more appropriate and also legally correct term “human trafficking”. Human trafficking is a much more serious crime than whatever child molesting is. Child molesters are afraid of human trafficking laws because of the severe prison sentencing involved. Federal human trafficking laws are so broad and all encompassing that even private citizens can investigate so-called child molesters. Child sexual predators are subject to intense public, private and United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement scrutiny from every angle.
The purpose of this blog is to increase public awareness of the importance to use the term human trafficking instead of the term child molester in Google searches for sexual predators preparing to gather in Memphis and Nashville, Tennessee during 2017.
Tennessee Child Molester Gathering
CMEN presents Southeast Spring Gathering June 2017
CMEN’s Southeast Gathering 2017 Join CMEN June 3-10, 2017 celebrating the Spring for a full week of all male, all nude fun, fresh air, camaraderie, activities, shows and workshops. This gathering will be held at Whispering Oaks Retreat Center in Tennessee. This retreat center is located in a scenic natural wooded environment on a creek with cabins, camping and RV facilities. Visit the Southeast Spring Gathering page for more details
Human trafficking investigators from this publication will be in Tennessee attending as journalist investigators in order to provide you with complete details of this event.