The Ultimate Evil

A Child Abuse Awareness Blog

Happy New Year!

Slowly making my way back into the swing of this blog. Please bear with me while I approve all pending comments and reply!

Thank you for the continued visits and support, the private messages, the suggestions and alerts, and for the passionate concern for children! Whether you are an outspoken contributor or one who regularly speaks to me via private comments or one who chooses to post a thought or suggestion anonymously, you are all very much appreciated!

I hope 2012 brings you the health, warmth, and happiness you deserve!


January 9, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized


  1. It’s great to have you back, Jade. I hope you haven’t been spammed with too many comments. As you know your website is often discussed in our psych class. Many of us have been discussing your older posts and would like to know if you plan on revisiting them with updates. Is it okay if we send you some questions you can fill out like an interview?

    Comment by Tami, Jason, and Brooke | January 12, 2012 | Reply

    • I see that! LOL I’ve gotten a lot over the last two days, especially this morning. Please pass the word that I will be approving ASAP as I am able to reply.

      Updates: This is something I’ve wanted to do for quite some time, but then I’ve had some off-line work that suddenly fell into my lap and pushed this site aside for a bit.

      You know, it’s much more fulfilling when you have actual cases in front of your face to work on with law enforcement. Actual files in your hand, people standing beside you discussing the case, and parents who have never heard of any of these issues until it hit home in a very big, very terrible way. I realize this site has had a very positive impact on a lot of people, thanks to private comments and public ones. Sometimes, though, I like to have a real case before me that reaffirms my belief that my work here online is NOT pointless or at least less important than I hope. I am reminded that prevention is much better than rehabilitation. Not everyone listens but I know for a fact because of people like you guys that many DO! I’ve always said that even if I save one child doing this online work, it is well worth it.

      Now that I’ve wrapped up that offline stuff and other aspects of my life seem to be a little less dramatic, I would like to revisit older posts and update news stories if possible. I may even re-evaluate personal posts I’ve made. We’ll see. 🙂

      You are more than welcome to send in questions! I would be honored to answer whatever you have! Do you want me to answer here as a site post, or would you like for me to send my answers via e-mail? If it’s through private e-mail, could you pass along your professor’s address so that I can send it directly to him/her? Put the information in a comment and I will make sure it stays hidden, doesn’t get published.

      Hugs to you all!

      Comment by TUECAA | January 12, 2012 | Reply

  2. Happy new years to you too! I have a question. What do you think about the girl scouts allowing transgender boys in? there’s a video by a girl from california wanting to boycott GS cookies because they allow transgender boys in. my family and I are against this but not because we are bigotted people but because it’s dangerous and it doesn’t let us girls be who we want to be when we know there is a boy there. the girl makes a good point too when she says what happens when the boy turns 18. so what do you think? do you think its dangerous for young girls to have a transgender boy in girl scouts?

    Comment by boycottgirlscoutsofamerica | January 12, 2012 | Reply

    • Hi, there! Great idea for my next post!

      Actually, I came across that girl’s video just before I found your comment. I immediately formed an opinion and I thought about posting something here. I’m so glad you made this suggestion because I was wondering if people would find it suitable. It’s good to know this is being seen as an issue that fits here. Thank you!

      Although I will post more as an entry, let me say now that I haven’t liked or supported the Girl Scouts for many years, but especially when my daughter was part of it. They refuse to teach any real awareness, even though they publicly stress the importance of keeping girls safe from predators and dangers. It’s a lie meant to bring in members and monetary support. All they care about is shopping, arts and crafts, manicures, and sleepovers with more hair and make-up projects. It would seem the Girl Scouts is more intent on keeping girls intellectually challenged than truly contributing to society and promoting our self-worth. Why wouldn’t they support transgender people? It brings in more revenue by becoming a spectacle of hot topic trends than actually caring about its older supporters. But I’m getting into the post rather than a comment, so I’ll end it here ;).

      Comment by TUECAA | January 12, 2012 | Reply

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