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female perpetration of child sexual abuse an overview of the problem. By lisa lipshires although turner had previously counseled male sex offenders, she had never encountered a woman who wanted to sexually abuse a child. Of child sexual abuse for both male and female online offenders. But female child sex offenders are a mixed group and while for some, the sexual abuse of children is purely financially driven, other women engage in abuse as well. Child sexual abuse, also called child molestation, is a form of child abuse in which an adult or older adolescent uses a child for sexual stimulation. Forms of child sexual abuse include engaging in sexual activities with a child (whether by asking or pressuring, or by other means), indecent exposure (of the genitals, female nipples, etc.). such offenders differ in terms of the breadth, severity, and motivations of their offending for example the abuse can range from non-contact sexual abuse through to sadism and torture and the motivations can range from coercion by a male partner through to the females own sexual interest and pleasure (christensen, 2018a). Keywords online, child sexual abuse, female offenders, online child sexual abuse. Recent cases in the united kingdom 4 have brought to public light that women do exploit the internet to sexually abuse children. It is therefore important to lift the taboo surrounding female sex offenders and explore the evidence available to understand this emerging problem. However, while it is undeniable that most sexual abuse is committed by males, female child sexual offending is a lot more common than it was once considered to be (cortoni et al.). Sexual abuse is usually understood as something bound up with issues of male aggression and power, and the idea of a female abuser totally undermines this well-established belief. Female offender research is limited, though canadian statistics show an alarmingly high rate of sexual abuse by women (a range of 59 - 80) in the backgrounds of rapists, sex offenders and sexually aggressive men (matthews, 1996, p.). although limited research has investigated personality attributes of female sex offenders, there is some evidence to suggest that female sexual offenders are, on average, between the age of 26 and 36 years old and are likely to be white, single, of low socio-economic status and to have a substance abuse problem (allen, 1991, green, 1999.).