Though this blog is was originally intended as a resource for offenders in Massachusetts, much of what I write about is applicable to sex offenders in every other state and many countries around the world, especially in Western Europe. Even other non-sex offenders trying to navigate prison, probation and parole, or employment and education opportunities can glean relevant information from this blog and apply it to help overcome their own struggles.

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Bars For Life: LGBTQs and sex offender registries by Yasmin Nair

Part of a Windy City Times Special Investigative Series, author Yasmin Nair explores the history of the LGBTQ community and sex offender registries (SOR) and how homosexuality and SOR's have intersected for decades.  Nair also profiles several current LGBTQ individuals and their experiences as registered sex offenders, why The Community should be concerned about SOR's, and why current day activists want to abolish all registries.

Click here to read Bars For Life: LGBTQs and sex offender registries