Teen Sexting Now the Norm not Just in Texas

An analysis of Teen Sexting When SnapChat came out, many were skeptical.  Well, who needs that anymore?  Teens and adults alike share sexual images in texts as common as word texts.  This rapid shift in our culture was first adopted by males, as they are more visual.  Females Continue Reading

Pedophilia and Gender

Bruce Cameron LSOTP Texas Sex Offender Deregistration Evaluator writes: There is some evidence  that individuals can gain voluntary control over their sexual arousal patterns through behavioral conditioning, such that someone who is attracted to "underage" persons could learn Continue Reading

Sexual Sadism DSM 5 Confusing

Sexual Sadism DSM 5:  What counts as "sexual behavior involving suffering" Sexual Sadism DSM 5 --As I interpret it the DSM-5 Sadism Disorder narrative permits evaluators to infer that sexual arousal from suffering is present where there is a history of recurrent sexual Continue Reading

Online Predators Dangers – Not Distinctively Dangerous Sex Offenders

Online Predators Dangers- Truth Explored Special Thanks Janice Wolak and Daviid Finkelhor. A new University of New Hampshire study challenges the view that online predators are a distinctly dangerous variety of sex offender, requiring special programs to protect youth. The Continue Reading

Adolescence and The Law – Current Challenges

Adolescence and The Law - Current Challenges Offices are in Dallas and Southlake Texas. The new issue of the Association for Psychological Science's journal *Current Directions in Psychological Science* is a special issue devoted to "The Teenage Brain." One of the many Continue Reading