Go to cases for perpetrators of age: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19.No Easy Answers: Sex Offender Laws in the US by Sarah Tofte with research by Corinne Carey, Human Rights Watch, September 12, 2007.See Chapter IX, Residency Restriction Laws, section on Georgia or see PDF version, pg 110. — 1971 (act)"My childhood was a veritable orgy of delight.

Brief descriptions of 66 cases of children and teenagers, from four to 19 years of age, who were either formally admonished by their schools or criminally prosecuted as a result of innocent or consensual sexual acts.

Each case is documented by at least one reference to reputable news reports and/or court documents.

For a discussion of the significance of these cases, see the primary report, Criminalizing Child’s Play.

In this listing, the date indicated (if known) after the location is the date charges were filed in the case, unless marked otherwise.

At my 10-year high school reunion, a couple of women "refreshed my memory" of my looking up their little dresses in kindergarten. In fact, they seemed to look back at it more fondly than I. I would hate to be in kindergarten today, as I'd be the youngest registered sex offender in my state."Brockton, Massachusetts — January 30, 2006 (act)A six-year-old boy was playing with classmates on the floor of their classroom.

At one point, he put his fingers inside the waistband of a girl.He was suspended from school for three days for sexually harassing the girl.Australia — 2007 (act)A six-year-old boy was found to be exposing himself to other students and proposing sexual activities to them.One mother wanted the police to charge him with sexual assault of her son.The police were more rational, following a law that does not allow them to prosecute someone under ten-years old for sexual assault.Florida — July 2006 (act)A six-year-old boy told his mother about oral and anal sex he'd had with another boy the same age at their summer day camp.