Finally, we excluded people older than 65 since differences in life expectancy skew the gender ratio in the later years.
(Just ask my grandfather, who was very popular in the Miami Beach coffee shop scene back in the day.) How did we do this? Where the Boys Are Women looking for single men should try their odds in Vegas, where the ratio of men living alone to women living alone is the highest among the 100 largest metros: 1.34. San Jose, it turns out, also has plenty of men to choose from, with 1.23 men for every woman.
The web site is intended to supplement and complement the sex offender registries maintained by the various counties.
The Sex Offender Registry was created in response to the Missouri Legislature's resolution to facilitate public access to available information about persons registered as sexual offenders.Because there is no such "Romeo and Juliet law" in Kansas, it is possible for two individuals both under the age of 16 who willingly engage in intercourse to both be prosecuted for statutory rape, although this is rare.Similarly, no protections are reserved for sexual relations in which one participant is a 15 year old and the second is a 16 or 17 year old.Kansas has two statutory sexual abuse charges on the books which are used to prosecute age of consent and child abuse related crimes within the state.One or more of these charges may be used to prosecute violations of the Kansas Age of Consent, as statutory rape or the Kansas equivalent of that charge.The primary purpose of providing this information is to make the information easily available and accessible, not to warn about any specific individual.It should be noted that maps of offenders may not show all offenders in a given area.On the other hand, "Man Jose" gets that nickname for having too few available women for the men of Silicon Valley. In love, as with real estate, it’s better to get the inside scoop before you start your search.To figure out where the gender ratio is most skewed in each direction, we went right to the data.An EXEMPT offender is one who had previously been required to register, but no longer has a "duty" as a result of the 2006/2007 Missouri Supreme court rulings dealing with retroactive application of the law. If you have seen an offender in the past who is no longer listed, it may be due to their conviction, plea, or adjudication date being prior to the date the offense was added to the Missouri sex offender statutes.Due to a Ruling of the Missouri Court of Appeals Western District (WD68066), the exempt list will no longer be posted on our web site.