Sexual Offender

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  • A person who commits a crime of a sexual nature against another person. For example, forcible rape, statutory rape, and child sexual assault are types of sexual offending. Four different categories of sexual offenders have been classified by the MTC: R3 (Knight & Prentky, 1987). The pervasively angry rapist, also referred to as the anger retaliation type, can be characterized by aggression and violence. The attack lacks sexual arousal, and the victim is often mutilated as genital parts are cut, torn, or bitten. The motivation for the attack is primarily anger. Nonsadistic rapists, on the other hand, assault a person because of sexual arousal or motivation. While aggression may be part of the assault, the main attack is motivated to demonstrate the sexual prowess of ...

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