Category: News

RSOL MEMBERSHIP!

Look to your right. —>> See something new? A membership option! Why join RSOL? When you do, you can take pride that you are supporting one of the few organizations fighting for the civil rights of Registered Citizens and others with…

National RSOL Admin Team members on talk radio

The Blog Talk Radio Show ”Changing Sex Offender Laws” presents National Reform Sex Offender Laws (RSOL): “The Big Picture affecting our nation.” Part 1: March 2, 2014 at 8:00 pm (PST) The National RSOL Executive Director, Brenda Jones, will participate…

Conferences on the calendar

The first one is less than a month away. It is the 4th state annual conference held by RSOL’s Texas affiliate organization, Texas Voices for Reason and Justice. “United for Reform” will be held on February 21 and 22 at 3014…

Decision in Washington, D.C.

The court ruled that the website displaying those who maintain and otherwise promote the public sex offender registry may remain. Read about it here; both Vicki Henry of W.A.R. and long-time activist Derek Logue gave excellent statements to the press.

Excitement in Washington, D.C.

Our sister organization Women Against Registry—W.A.R.—will be in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, January 28, in support of a hearing to determine if artist and political activist Dennis Sobin is within his rights to post a website, www.IdiotsRegistry.info,  listing those government…

The support help line

See update at Resources>Support Hotline November 1st Women Against Registry took what was formerly known as the SOSEN Hotline and transitioned it to a ray of hope for registrants and families alike.  We have, to date, thirteen folks who have…

Sometimes I just hate being right

I thought I was through with Halloween; it seems that Halloween is not through with me. For several weeks now, this has been my message wherever I could possibly find a place to put it: Increased risk from sex offenders…