Those who have committed sexual crimes against children, but do not meet the normal diagnosis criteria for paedophilia, are referred to as situational, opportunistic, or regressed offenders, whereas offenders primarily attracted toward children are called structured, preferential, or fixated paedophiles, as their orientation is fixed by the structure of their personality. It is estimated that only 2 to 10 percent of child sexual abuse perpetrators meet the regular criteria for paedophilia. (Kinsey-Report, Lautmann, Brongersma, Groth).
Curing pedophilia is not as difficult as most claim and few sex offences against children are committed by actual pedophiles. Consequently, there is no logical reason why virtually all sex offenders should have to register and be stigmatized for their entire lives..
Common Belief: Children rarely lie.