The Bay Area Transformative Justice Collective is a group that organizes to build and support transformative justice responses to child sexual abuse.
Erica Meiners, Liam Michaud, Josh Pavan, and Bridget Simpson, “‘Worst of the Worst’? Queer Investments in Challenging Sex Offender Registries,” 2012.
Vikki Law, “Prison Abolition and ‘Sex Crimes,’” 2013.
Women Against the Registry, “Our Position on the Registry,” n.d.
Nathan Goetting, “Moral Panic Over Sex Offenses Results in Cruel and Self-Defeating Overpunishment,” 2015.
Maggie Koerth-Baker, “There’s A Reliable Therapy for Sex Offenders — But Nobody Wants Them to Get It,” 2015.
Yasmin Nair, “Bars for Life: LGBTQs and Sex Offender Registries,” 2013.
Books and Longer Pieces
Marie Gottschalk, “The New Untouchables: The War on Sex Offenders,” from Caught: The Prison State and The Lockdown of American Politics, 2015.
Erica Meiners and Judith Levine, The Feminist and the Sex Offender, 2020. [interview with authors linked]
Adina Ilea, “What About ‘the Sex Offenders’? Addressing Sexual Harm from An Abolitionist Perspective,” 2018.