I am not only a survivor, the offender is a family member, my father. This list has been a living hell. #1. When the Patriot Act came out, and Googled names would include his name and associated names, mine. #2. When going through therapy and even now a days, his picture would come up with offenses. The triggers feeling like shards of glass come along with it. Sometimes we would like to stop the memories. #3. This list gives a false sense of security. That neighbor is on this list, does that mean everybody else is safe? If not, then why isn't there a murder list, animal abuse list, well hell, why not tattoo a P on the forehead? Just because somebody is on the offender list doesn't mean they won't or will do it again. All it does is ignite public judgement. #4. Everybody in this family have been held to what my father did. I'm the one who signed the warrant, I'm the one who told on him. He is the one who did wrong, and has paid the price, and has not even touched anyone else. We are very sure of it. We were taught to keep the triggers away from him. It's not fair when a male in this family meets some narcissistic idiot, wants to put up the accusations and lie. And believe me, when surviving an assault we can spot another survivor a mile away, and an offender with just a few words. We don't need to rely on some list. I would say those who did the evil, horrific offenses should be on there, but they are convicted are they not doing life or death penalty? Like I said, sometimes I don't know what's more offensive, the list or the offense.