Their actual identity would then be argued about by various biologists, gay writers, and others, who would classify their status as a variant of homosexuality, a distinct classification, or repressed homosexuals.Such hair-splitting is well beyond the scope of this paper.Pornography was not the only negative influence in my life, but its effect on me was devastating. Gay magazines and newspapers around the world have given the film positive reviews, raving about Charlize Theron's famous physical transformation, Christina Ricci's pyrotechnic turn in a key supporting role, and director Patty Jenkin's understated, effective approach to the sensational storyline.I am a homosexual pedophile convicted of murder, and pornography was a determining factor in my downfall." Although homosexual murderers of single victims are too numerous to list here, a number of particularly famous ones include: Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb (the wealthy and academically bright gay Chicago couple who murdered a boy in 1924 just for fun; their story became one of the nation's most famous murder cases, and was the basis for many movies, including Hitchcock's film "Rope"); Armin Meiwes (the sexually deviant German cannibal known as "Der Metzgermeister" - The Master Butcher, who met a victim over the Internet who he ate and killed); John E. Planetout.com, a multimillion-hit-a-month online gay magazine, describes the film as 'riveting, bleak and exceptionally intuitive' and praises its 'emotional complexity'.Although incidents of serial killing are widely reported in the media because of the heinous and unusual nature of these crimes, there are actually very few serial killers relative to the general population.
It must be emphasized that violent sexual deviancy is exhibited by heterosexual serial killers as well.No ethnic, religious or cultural group promotes this sort of violence.But in a free society, no culture is entirely free from violence, despite their best efforts. It seems to me this culture promotes the degradation and abuse of their women for reasons only they know and understand." Pinpointing the blame for abuse on any one "culture" is irresponsible and weak. It is no respecter of gender, marital or relationship status.But, law enforcement officials agree that each serial killer is unique.Society does not currently have sufficient knowledge to predict serial killing before it occurs and thus prevent it from happening.