22 August 2011

In the mind of a pedophile...

Ok... go here. Read the post, certainly (and the post linked back at Peter's place). But most importantly, read the comments...

There, folks, is a pedophile (you'll know who he is).

This is seen regularly, where someone starts posting to a blog or discussion group, defending pedophilia as "simply sex between people who love each other". We're left to imagine children, enveloped in the overwhelming love of the person embracing them, and that love being shown in a tender, heart-warming fashion.


Yes, quite often, the victim (a child, not fully mature) DOES "consent" or even "desire" what the pedophile is doing. That's because the scum do something called "grooming"... a fancy term for "brainwashing". They convince the child that they want this, that it's ok. That it's acceptable to have happen.

Children also have a desire to try alcohol, and tobacco. Haven't heard the outcry about THOSE rights "being infringed", probably because the only people who would benefit from such would be businesses, and those businesses have morals.

When you encounter these people, they will go to great lengths to convince you that what they do is harmless, that there really is no victim, that children genuinely WANT these things. And they can sound OH SO REASONABLE, just wanting these poor children to have their "sexual rights".

Call them on it folks. Someone who would defend the actions of a pedophile, probably is one themselves. Show them NO mercy, just as they show none to their victims...

1 comment:

Sabra said...

I think that some people who ought to know better play into it. I took Human Sexuality last year, and it was the opinion of the psychologists who wrote the textbook that children are inherently sexual creatures even from infancy. There was no distinction drawn between sexual/sensual. They actually claimed that a nursing infant patting its mother's breasts is a sexual behavior, whereas any mother who has been on the receiving end could tell you that's bullshit.

Now, I don't think either of the textbook's authors was a pedophile, just too self-consciously liberal for their (or anyone else's) own good. In their overeagerness to validate the sexuality of children, they played a very similar game to what was going on in the comments sections.