The law is gender biased against men in its most sinister form. It presumes that only "Men" can be s*xual offenders. I am putting here some statistics which clearly shows that women can be s*xual offenders too:
Canadian Children Right Council says that 25% of the child abuse done by women:
Look at this site for various stories of rape committed by women;
Not only children, even man can be raped... Four women rape a man on a gun point-
A man was abducted and raped by three women in Karanchi-
Off course few woman are s*xual offenders, but that cant be a reason to give them amnesty. Off course few men a victims, but that cant be a reason to deny justice to them.
The law must be gender neutral.
The majority of female offenders were family members who tended to abuse within their role as caretakers; 25% were baby-sitters, teachers or day care workers (Rudin, et al., 1995, p. 9692).
In the Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect, 7% of s*xual abuse investigations involved mothers as the alleged perpetrators--5% biological mothers and 2% stepmothers (Trocme et al. 2001, p. 494).
When the victim is male, female offenders account for 1% - 24% of the abusers; when the victim is female, female s*x offenders account for 6% - 17% of the abusers (Kaufman et al., p. 3235).
In an American Justice Department study of 60,991 victims of s*xual assaults, female s*x offenders were most common in assaults against victims under age 6 years of age. For these very young victims, 12% of offenders were females; for victims aged 6-12 years, 6% of the offenders were female; and for victims ages 12-17, 3% were female s*x offenders (Snyder, 2000, p. 86).
Female s*x offender research shows that women co-abused alongside a male partner in 50% - 77% of female offender cases (Rudin, Zalewski & Bodmer-Turner, 1995, p. 9647).
Research shows that there is no difference in the severity of abuse by female s*x offenders as compared to male s*x offenders (Rudin et al., 1995, p. 9698).
Female s*x offenders research is limited, though Canadian statistics show an alarmingly high rate of s*xual abuse by women (a range of 59% - 80%) in the backgrounds of rapists, s*x offenders and s*xually aggressive men (Matthews, 1996, p. 301).
Sexual abuse by women rarely gets reported. Victims often don't understand that what happened to them was abuse until years later when they are adults.
The worst part of law is no protection even to male minors from women s*xual offenders!