There is no safe way to have sex or watch porn

A girl has a 100% valid state ID, with her photo and signature, and social security card. The ID proves she is 20 years old.  You engage in sex with her, Film it. Sell it. Due to strict liability statutory rape laws there is no way how you can escape prison after it turns out the girl is 15 and conned the state into falsely giving her an ID. People who distribute your perfectly documented porn, of course go to prison.  Even the press is unaware that 100 000 men who downloaded it, with perfect proof of being over 18 years of age, also can go to prison. 

Conclusion: to have sex, watch porn, you at least need to get a US$ 30 000 background check of your partner,  A detective has to get birth records, school records, interview parents and teachers. Even that is not 100% secure. Thus: never have sex, never engage in fondling or indecent behavior and never look at any nude or indecent pictures. Ever.

Society could not function if such strict liability without mens rea were the norm.

Teen porn star Bieyanka Moore’s disaster

In early 2010, Tyler Chanel Evans, a 19-year-old exotic dancer, took under her wing a pretty, homeless girl who said her name was Bieyanka. The girl had been standing for hours outside a convenience store with an overstuffed duffel bag. A few days later, the waif stole Evans’s expired learner’s permit and copied her social security number. 

All quotes from Teen porn star Bieyanka Moore’s disaster, unless stated otherwise.

Bieyanka, it seems, outwitted many people. She wasn’t 20 as she had told Evans, but a 15-year-old runaway from Palm Beach Shores. She persuaded the State of Nevada — perhaps with an adult’s help — to improperly issue her a driver’s license in Evans’s name. And using that license, she duped Miami pornographers into illegally hiring her to have sex onscreen.  Teen porn star Bieyanka Moore’s disaster

A 15 year old girl steals the identity of another girl that helped her when she was lost. Government gives her a legal driver’s license stating her age is 20.

Bieyanka Moore: Besides Doing Porn, 15-Year-Old Runaway Went on Nevada Crime Spree With Adult’s ID

MyspaceTyler Chanel Evans– the real version.​Lawyers for RK Netmedia, owner of porn site Reality Kings, still refuse to concede that a 15-year-old runaway who went missing last year is the same person who starred in one of its hardcore films. But the evidence is getting pretty conclusive. … More >>

Appraising Strict Liability (Oxford Monographs on Criminal Law and Justice)
Appraising Strict Liability (Oxford Monographs on Criminal Law and Justice)

Then she uses that government ID to do porn movies, and, obviously, to have sex. Whose fault is this?

Of course, the people who have sex and who make porn movies. Behooves them right: why do they do porn movies? They should be in jail anyway! And you should not have sex with someone not your wife and who looks under 35? [*1] [*2].  Before sex, Human-Stupidity.com recommends not only an ID check, but a background check ,by a detective, of school records, birth hospital records and more.

Strict liability and mens rea: go to prison even if you did all possible precautions to avoid a crime

The lawsuit against RK Netmedia, which Sherrita Smalley filed in Miami-Dade court this past December, is still developing. Attorney Grossman says Imber’s LLL Advertising will soon be added as a defendant. Florida criminal law decrees that "a minor’s misrepresentation of his or her age… may not be raised as a defense" in statutory rape prosecution.

This is called "strict liability crime" [1] [2] [3]  [4]

The liability is said to be strict because defendants will be convicted even though they were genuinely ignorant of one or more factors that made their acts or omissions criminal. The defendants may therefore not be culpable in any real way, i.e. there is not even criminal negligence, the least blameworthy level of mens rea. Strict liability (criminal)

Strict liability abuse in sex "crimes". No pharmacist goes to prison for filling prescription of doctor with false diploma

Much less will the pharmacist go to prison if the diploma was correctly signed by a State University registrar.

 

Strict liability makes sense in minor crimes, if it does not need to be proven a defendant knew that there was a non-parking sign. But would anyone be convicted of a parking violation if he could prove that government had put a "Parking" sign there? No! Such insanity only is valid in criminal sex persecutions, 95% of which are against men. If you read legal literature [1] [2] [3] [4] about lack of "mens rea" and "strict liability", it was never meant as means to imprison men that can prove they did everything to assure they only do legal acts. Even if the man can prove that there was no "No Parking" sign, that is enough to prove his innocence, an explicit sign that parking is allowed would not be needed.

For example, in Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain v Storkwain (1986) 2 ALL ER 635, a pharmacist supplied drugs to a patient who presented a forged doctor’s prescription, but was convicted even though the House of Lords accepted that the pharmacist was blameless. The justification is that the misuse of drugs is a grave social evil and pharmacists should be encouraged to take even unreasonable care to verify prescriptions before supplying drugs.

If a physician practices medicine for 10 years with a false license, will 3000 pharmacists go off to prison? Of course not. If he can prove he personally saw the doctor and confirmed the prescription, is he liable for a background check of the doctor’s life to see if his license has a legal problem? No. Only men in sex and porn crimes have such responsibility.

Now what is the purpose of this teenage sexuality witch hunt?  A Teenage runaway, forging documents to get a true government ID with wrong identity, name, and age, drives stolen vehicles and gets arrested for mayhem. She urgently needs government protection so men would not "use" her for sex? And even the most conscientious men who check ID (but fail to embark on a US$ 20 000 detective background check) would go to jail for a decade?

Is this not counter any understanding of human rights and due process of any sane American or European person? Is this not a pure witch hunt, totally unjust, unfair, against all legal principles?

So who gets protected by these laws? The Antifeminist proposes that these laws are uniquely designed as pure terror to scare off men from any type of sex other then with their aging feminist peers or spouses. See Robert Kurzban about evolution of moral judgments.

Despite the suit, Bieyanka Moore’s video and stills remain easily viewable on aggregating sites online — despite the pleas of Carissa’s family members, who seven months ago posted on several sites: "This is child pornography, and your site can and will face charges!"

Now it is hard, for a web site, to do background checks on any single person appearing there. Even to be updated about every single law suit and newspaper report. So what guilt do these web sites have?

Of course, Human-Stupidity.com has always stressed that it is very unclear, why distribution and even possession of pictures such as so called child porn should be a crime while videos of atrocious criminal acts are perfectly legal// Best Gore: (Warning: extreme gore and cruelty)

Anyone who downloaded legal porn with 2257 age check can go to prison

I think most people are unaware that a zealous district attorney now could subpoena the records of all sites that had this porn movie. Then he could imprison 100 000 men for downloading the offending move from a legitimate web site that did correct age check and 2257 documentation.  Prison serves them right. Men should learn not to look at porn. All men that download porn should be scared off for good. Even our main article did not see this danger for 100 000 men.

But the saga continues for her real-life alter ego, Tyler Chanel Evans. She was recently called to a Budget Suites in a seedy part of Vegas after Carissa vandalized a hotel room. Then, on April 25, Evans was cuffed on an open warrant for grand larceny and possession of a stolen vehicle. Carissa had given cops Evans’s ID when she had first been arrested for the crime. "Wrong subject booked," the judge wrote in the case file. "The individual was a minor who is being dealt with in the juvenile system. Case dismissed."

Thanks to the police report documenting her claim of a stolen ID, Evans says she was able to stay out of jail: "Now I keep the report in my back pocket."

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  1. rhayat10 says:

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    There are powerful forces trying to make ALL sex illegal. I suspect the artificial insemination lobby.

    Hey, did you read about that stone-age erotic art they found in Germany? – http://goo.gl/0QfPr

    How can they be sure that the stone age art depicts legally adult women? Perhaps they should destroy it; it could be kiddy porn!

  2. Jacks says:

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    When are men going to get their balls back: http://goo.gl/f4pXo

  3. bobsutan says:

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    If anyone is charged because of this….Jury Nullification. At least I hope that’s the result.

  4. Kris W says:

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    You have to understand that Western Civilization is a Matriarchy. In order to expand the Matriarchy’s power(to make up for power lost during/after the second world war) they allowed male sexuality to “run free”.

    Now that they have the power they want they are going to work to regain control of male sexuality.

    Both the right wing traditionalist branch of the Matriarchy and the left wing feminist branch of the Matriarchy have always been obsessed with controlling men and male sexuality.

    That is why in America only males are charged with sex crimes and Prosecutors/Juries do everything they can to look the other way when females commit sex crimes.

    And it is only going to get worse. Because the Matriarchy realizes that men are wising up quickly.

  5. John Rambo says:

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  6. destructure says:

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    If you think that’s bad then check this out:

    A guy in Michigan got Twenty Years In Prison For Having Sex With His Wife.

  7. Human-Stupidity.com says:

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    Legal comment from reddit about strict liability offenses and statutory rape.>>>

    2) I guess I should have clarified “some states”. I’ve lived in three different states and it was a strict liability offense in those states… Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, and Wisconsin
    (http://www.bu.edu/law/central/jd/organizations/journals/bulr/volume86n2/documents/CARPENTERv2.pdf at fn 100). Some states do provide a “mistake-of-age” defense, but it’s very limited: The eighteen jurisdictions that employ strict liability but also provide a limited mistake-of-age defense are: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Illinois, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Washington, West Virginia, and Wyoming (which, if you think about it, is kind of contradictory… strict liability but there is a defense..?)
    To anybody who gave anecdotal evidence about so-and-so getting off a statutory rape charge in any of the first group of strict liability states, it’s either 1) a lie, 2) the two didn’t have sex, or 3) it wasn’t a statutory rape charge.

    http://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/qp9ru/lawyers_of_reddit_what_are_some_interesting/c3zj291

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