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pe·do·phil·ic

(pē'dō-fil'ik),
Relating to or exhibiting pedophilia.
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pe·do·phil·ic

(pē'dō-fil'ik)
Relating to or exhibiting pedophilia.
Synonym(s): paedophilic.
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She was clear that they were inappropriate, sexual and paedophilic." When approached about the issue, the deputy headteacher said Thompson was "was defiant and confrontational, saying that it was the school's fault, the previous teacher's fault, the kids' fault".
Finally, the need to reconsider the language is best demonstrated by understanding the perspective of someone who refrained from giving expression to his paedophilic inclination.
"Offenders are getting more sophisticated in the way they exchange paedophilic images and develop child abuse websites.
Dubai: Unravelling the psyche behind a paedophilic child slaying can be a dark journey for forensic investigators.
Dr Rahm said a "handful" of men with paedophilic tendencies had already been recruited.
A PURPORTED love interest between a teenage girl aged 15-16 and a man aged between 20-25 depicted in a high school textbook caused outrage on Friday with media and state officials, who branded the text paedophilic, some nine years after it was published.
They call for imprisonment of people who publicly promote or approve "activities of a paedophilic nature" and people who publicly popularise, or enable, sexual activity of under-age adolescents.
Courts heard that both men had attempted to access paedophilic material online in the weeks leading up to the attacks.
A web- server or social networking site must remove within 36 hours any content against which a person complains for being grossly harmful, harassing, blasphemous, defamatory, obscene, libelous, pornographic, paedophilic, invasive of privacy, hateful, ethnically objectionable, disparaging or illegal
"From the evidence we heard, paedophilic, homosexual behaviour was endemic in your family.
A psychiatrist said Langstaff's actions appeared to be "driven by paedophilic sexual urges and fantasies".