1. and another thing

    for you who just did pics, most states aren’t life (please stop the lies, we can check) so you either had a shit ton that you shared, or are in a super shitty place and need to move. Most states are 10 years for pics. Odds are you are halfway done by end of probation. Move there. Or stop the lies. Not hard. F#$k

    • Sandy Rozek

      You are speaking of state penalties. Many, if not most, CP offenses are tried in the federal courts, and federal sentencing guidelines are highly disproportionate for this offense.

      • thank you Sandy. when i tell anyone what my son’s sentence is…(not to mention life probation, life counseling, and life registry) that he will be a middle aged man when he is released from federal prison..they want to know ‘what else’ he did…..because the sentence is heinous. fed is not 5 to 10.. it is 15-20 for cp.

    • Nena

      Well, I guess it’s the State we live in. I was with my son every step of the way. Sex offences are Federal and felony regardless of what it is or what she they are. You sir, appear to be a very angry man.

    • Steve V

      Actully, you need to do some research. One, I don’t think there is any state that has a 10 yr listing. I’m from NY, one conviction for child pornography and as a level 1 ( low risk) I’m on it for 20 years. Level 2 and 3 here are on for life. During a visit to Florida last year, I did the right thing and reported my presence to them and now am on Florida’s registry for LIFE and my crime was not committed there. So yes, lifetime registration is possible for CP. Also, not all CP go to federal court. Back in 2008 (when I was convicted) it would only become a mandatory federal case if there were more than 7 images were found.

    • Tired Of Being Mistreated

      Florida is LIFE, No matter what the crime was !! If your required to Register, You will do it for LIFE in Florida !! As well as several other states !! So, Maybe this person isn’t lying !!!

  2. the reason why

    It varies by company but the main reason is that they have daycares for donors. In some states its THE LAW to stay away from there (you’d go to prison) but others its just policy. It also is an insurance thing. Its not just them hating you.

  3. D.S.

    I was convicted as a “no sex” offender too. I got in trouble because of some pictures as well and I will be on the register for life!!!! A girl lied about her age and sent some pictures of her self nude. And she gets to live the rest of her life and not go through this because she is the “so called” victim. This has got to stop

    • linda mansfield

      I agree it has to stop! But noone will help! No lawyers will help either until it happens to one of their own!

  4. david c

    How exactly does a plasma center even FIND OUT you are on the registry???? They dont do criminal background checks for plasma donation…..

      • That is what happened to me. I moved back to Alabama for a while and got the “criminal sex offender” in scarlet letters stamped on my license.

        When I went to donate plasma, they made up an excuse as to why my blood was unworthy, and even placed me on the national do not donate registry (or whatever they call it).

    • uh, dud

      “how”, well 1. They can straight up ask.
      2. Its expensive to do a real background check, but not the registry. Super quick, free, and simple, and fast
      3. Just google someones names and you can quickly see often if they are on it without even going to the registry itself. Even those off of it are often still on mugshots, homefacts, etc.

      holy shit that was easy

  5. I sympathize with you Nena. I too, have two sons who at 19 and 20, while still attending college, were arrested for basically the same thing. “No sex” sex offenders, their lives have been and continue to be turned upside down. They move on at a snails pace because of this. Since 2003 they have been suffering and I do not know what challenges they will continue to face in 2024 when they get off the registry. Our life has been a nightmare with no sun in sight. My prayers go out to you and your son…stay strong, have faith.

    • Nena

      Thank you and prayers for your sons. My faith in God has held us up in this nightmare. My son will be 43 years old when he gets off the registry. Along with this group and the power of our creator, this registry will end and stop destroying lives.

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