For Anyone That's Experimented Sexually with Siblings/Cousin

#15

Postby Candid » Mon Nov 04, 2019 11:11 am

DavidJones56 wrote:How do you know this though ? And what about if it’s brother and brother ?


So what?

As Richard has already told you, the police aren't sitting around waiting for you to come in and say you and your brother fooled around years ago. They have plenty of serious, current crimes to investigate -- and (again as you've been told) anything done by children is by definition not a crime.
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Postby DavidJones56 » Mon Nov 04, 2019 11:20 am

Richard said police could investigate though?? So if You walked into a police station now and said you kissed your sisters butt at 12 years old and she was 9 nothing would be done?
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#17

Postby DavidJones56 » Mon Nov 04, 2019 11:56 am

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#18

Postby DavidJones56 » Mon Nov 04, 2019 12:41 pm

Candid wrote:
DavidJones56 wrote:How do you know this though ? And what about if it’s brother and brother ?


So what?

As Richard has already told you, the police aren't sitting around waiting for you to come in and say you and your brother fooled around years ago. They have plenty of serious, current crimes to investigate -- and (again as you've been told) anything done by children is by definition not a crime.


If you walked into a police station in the uk now and admitted to kissing a siblings butt at 12 for example when the sibling was 9 would you get in trouble ?
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#19

Postby DavidJones56 » Mon Nov 04, 2019 1:06 pm

And I promise you I’m not a troll candid just takes me time to understand things I am dyslexic
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#20

Postby DavidJones56 » Mon Nov 04, 2019 2:31 pm

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#21

Postby DavidJones56 » Mon Nov 04, 2019 3:27 pm

Candid wrote:
DavidJones56 wrote:How do you know this though ? And what about if it’s brother and brother ?


So what?

As Richard has already told you, the police aren't sitting around waiting for you to come in and say you and your brother fooled around years ago. They have plenty of serious, current crimes to investigate -- and (again as you've been told) anything done by children is by definition not a crime.


Candid this is the last question if you walked into a police station now and said you kissed your sibling butt cheek when you were both naked when you were younger (9 & 12) would they do an investigation ? Last question thanks a lot
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#22

Postby DavidJones56 » Mon Nov 04, 2019 4:25 pm

Candid wrote:Not usually. I work in an agency for victims of sexual assault. That means I hear only about the people who are bothered about it. We don't offer counselling for perpetrators.

If it's dad or uncle, it's sometimes a police issue. Reporting to police is always the prerogative of the client, and it doesn't matter how long ago it was.

In cases of a teenager humping a sibling six years younger, clients almost always focus on the relational aspect, the betrayal of trust, and the common scenario that if they tell their parents they get hushed up. That makes them feel alienated from family of origin.

I'm sure there must also be many more who enjoyed it, even if they feel bad about that. Obviously we don't hear about those.


I spoke to a socitior online and they said it would be investigated ,
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#23

Postby DavidJones56 » Mon Nov 04, 2019 6:48 pm

Candid wrote:
DavidJones56 wrote:How do you know this though ? And what about if it’s brother and brother ?


So what?

As Richard has already told you, the police aren't sitting around waiting for you to come in and say you and your brother fooled around years ago. They have plenty of serious, current crimes to investigate -- and (again as you've been told) anything done by children is by definition not a crime.



Candid you said the police would do nothing but an online solicitor told me it is a crime and police would investigate. ?
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