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This is a post I made in my online class discussion forums just now:
Do you think women who are convicted of offenses should face the same punishment as men would most likely face?
For instance, have you all ever heard of a woman named Debra LaFaive (however her last name is spelled)? She had sexual relations with one of her students (which was a minor male), but she only got so many years of probation/house arrest. Yet if it were a man who had sexual relations with a minor female, the judge would have thrown the book at him (i.e. multiple years in the Slammer; double-digit sentence minimum).
Also, Andrea P. Yates, several years back, was convicted of murdering all 5 of her children, but she served very little prison time (because of the "postpartum depression" defense; men do not have a defense like that). Like I said, if her HUSBAND had murdered those children, he would be on death row by now (if not already pushing up daisies)!
Women have been crying about equality for decades; it's only fair that they be shown this very same equality they've been crying about all these years IN THE JUSTICE SYSTEM.
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