By Sarah Zubeldia, Marketing —
A few states in the U.S. allow children born out of a rapist attack be raised by rapists. Women across the country are in courthouses, overwhelmed at the fact that they have to hand off their child to their rapist due to the rapist’s parental rights.
Rapists Being Given Parental Rights
A woman in Nebraska told CNN that her fear is that her daughter will “get hurt or something bad will happen to her. … I can’t tell what he will do to my daughter.” Every year, thousands of women have children through rapists attacks. According to CNN, “estimates would put between 5,000 and 16,000 women at risk of falling into this legal limbo every year.”
This problem is obviously harmful and dangerous for both the mother and the child. Women should not have to relive their attack when they have to text their rapist on a weekly basis. Nor do women have to live in fear when they leave their child unsupervised with their rapist. Women feel hopeless over these situations because the rapists’ rights are provided through the states, and there is little the women can do about the situation.
EyeDetect Will Keep Families Safe
Even though some states allow the rapists parental rights, many states have strict guidelines in how to monitor sex offenders. One of these regulations includes monitoring sex offenders through polygraph testing. EyeDetect provides a much more accurate way to monitor the integrity and intentions of sex offenders.
If sex offenders with parental rights were forced to take an EyeDetect test on a regular basis, mothers would have less fear and pain in regards to their situation. Granted, laws still need to be amended to take away rapists’ parental rights, but this is an effective solution in the meantime. Women need to know that their children will be safe, and EyeDetect determines the truthfulness of the rapists stated intentions. EyeDetect will not only calm the fears of women across the nation, it will also decrease child abuse and rapist attacks in the home.