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Amarillo, Texas - Area child sex abusers are flying under the radar because police say parents often do not believe their children when they come to them claiming abuse. This, on the heels of 75 new sex offenders being registered in our area in Police say parents are not evil when they do not believe their children, they just do not want to believe someone close to them could hurt their children. A lot of children who are molested in our area are between the ages of ten and So, since they are young some parents are naive to the fact they may be suffering from sexual abuse Crimes Against Persons Division Lieutenant Martin Birkenfeld says, "if the child reports abuse, report it to the police so we can investigate that. If it turns into something we will prosecute, if it's not then we won't but that child deserves the chance to tell the truth. Birkenfeld says in his division, they probably get five to six reports per day on average. He says sometimes children do make up stories, but stresses let them do the investigating. Skip to content.
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My research takes place at the intersections of sociology, gender studies, and Latin American and Caribbean studies. Engaged in both academic and activist life in Costa Rica, I am particularly interested in exploring how sexuality operates transnationally. Other research interests include gendered affective labour, travel and tourism, race and ethnicity, postcolonial and transnational feminisms, and qualitative methods.