Saturday, 26 October 2013

The Continued Attempted Grooming of Society to Normalise Paedophilia.

A good and interesting piece article in one of the US papers last week, and one that highlights precisely just how paedophiles are trying to groom us into accepting their vile actions.


Some of the article I have highlighted below - please take a few minutes to read the piece in it's entirety & follow some of the links in it.

"Pedophilia advocacy groups, including the tax-exempt B4U-ACT founded by a convicted sex offender, are trying to “groom the public” into accepting adult-child sexual relationships, child trauma expert Dr. Joyanna Silberg told
B4U-ACT, a nonprofit organization established in 2003 to support “minor-attracted” clients, recently volunteered “to serve as a research gateway” for members of the DSM-V committee that develops and updates APA standards for classifying mental disorders, according to spokesperson Paul Christiano, who is a registered sex offender,
He criticized the studies used by the APA to determine diagnostic criteria because they “were conducted on people under the jurisdiction of the criminal justice system, many of whom boasted aggressive offense histories,” rather than highlighting “private citizens who responsibly manage such attractions.”
Christiano, whose personal website features essays arguing for the “sexual autonomy" of children that would allow them to "embrace sensual pleasure as a birthright," says his organization is “invested in dispelling the vitriol which serves only to prevent minor-attracted people from coming to terms with that challenging aspect of themselves and responsibly integrating it into everyday life."

So .. Paul Christiano, spokesman for B4U-ACT, who is he? A quick Google reveals the enclosed Blog from 2005 -
which briefly details his "challenges", his crimes and his views. That a registered sex offender like Paul Christiano, together with the views he has is also a spokesperson for B4U-ACT says it all really about this organisation and it's stance on "minor attracted adults" (paedophiles to you and me).

Recently in the news as well, is a conference given by Dr James Kincaid on the subject of "Bodies at Play: Sexuality, Childhood and Classroom Life". According to this article, "Kincaid is an American academic whose studies into the sexualization of children have led him to the conclusion that all adults are secretly sexually attracted to children but use revulsion at the actions of overt pedophiles to hide their inner feelings"

"All adults are attracted to children"? Is he serious? Can anyone really hold such views as this and be expected to be taken seriously?

Two questions here.

As a supposed "educated" society in the 21st century, more-so especially following the revelations of the previous few years (Saville, Hall and the whole Yewtree investigation, Operations Fernbridge & Fairbank, Haut de la Garenne & the continued Jersey HDLG farce/disaster, etc etc etc), why are we allowing a platform - such a public platform - for pro-paedophiles and their supporters to air their perverted views? Why are we so "anti child abuse" on one hand, and on the other hand, allowing perverts, pro-paedophiles and their supporters such a public voice for them to spread their perverse ideology? If we were really serious in protecting children from sexual abuse, why are we not stopping this public grooming of us as a whole, in permitting those who hold such these disgusting views to freely flaunt them in our faces?

Why also, are these views being allowed to be aired in public, by those who are known sex offenders? People like Paul Christiano, spokesperson for B4U-ACT and known sex offender. Known sex offenders who are allowed to share their distorted views on public platforms like Blogs, Facebook and Twitter. Sex offenders who try to legitimise what they do. Sex offenders who try to justify, for example, that IIOC is a victimless crime. Sex offenders who are more than happy to try to groom us into believing that everyone has an element of paedophilia in them. Sex offenders who promote all the above, knowing that it is a criminal offence to abuse children. Should sex offenders who try to normalise crimes like this, who try to justify crimes like this by trying to decriminalise their acts, be allowed to speak so freely like this?

Would we allow for example, adult rapists to organise conferences to try to justify and legitimise their acts? Would we let them have a free speech on public platforms like Blogger, Facebook & Twitter to spread their views and argue that they have some sort of mental disorder or that what they have is a sexual orientation that makes them unable to control what they do.. (aaah poor rapists, it's not their fault, it's just the way they are, they can't help it) ?

Of course we wouldn't, so why exactly are we allowing paedophiles and child sex offenders such a public platform?

Isn't it about time that we stopped allowing paedophiles and child sex offenders to have this free-reign public voice to make pathetic excuse after excuse about why they do what they do? After all, no-one puts a gun to their head and tells them to abuse a child, or to download/distribute IIOC, they have self-control like everyone else does. Free speech is one thing, but when it is making up excuses to promote or justify the sexual abuse of children and the actions of the people who abuse them, (either physically or by IIOC), this goes too far



  2. Hi Ric,

    You have a point as always but any gagging or restriction is such a double edged sword as the authorities cannot always be trusted - look at Jersey where they have been gagging child protection activists like you.

    The paedophile lobby is significant and motivated. Motivated by sex drive, which is the most the most powerful motivation known to man.

    Unfortunately I think we just have to live with their odious lobbying and it is left to people like you to be ever vigilant and counter their dangerous and abusive ideas and warped claims.

    You deserve a salary for this. Unfortunately the only pay you get is our gratitude.

    Censorship of discussion is a minefield that we should only step in as an absolute last resort.
    For example, discussion on lowering the age of consent to 15 could be compared to discussion on raising it to 17. Both could be justifiably viewed as perverse or dangerous. I think we have it about right as at 16 [with a little leeway perhaps]. But much of the judgement we make is cultural as much as it is 'moral' or utilitarian.


  3. Setting aside the controversy surrounding Romeo and Juliet attractions where one of the duo is above the age of consent and the other nearly so, helps keep this focus on paedophilia, where it belongs.

    I am sickened by the excusing of any paedophile's sexual encounters with children, much less the actual promotion of it. I do not agree that adults usually have these sexual attractions to pre-pubescent children. But those who do have this impulse still have a choice to restrain themselves just as we all have the responsibility to avoid acting on impulses to harm someone else or to take something which is not ours to take.

    What about the hundreds of thousands of adults who were once those emotionally or physically manipulated children, the ones used for the selfish sexual gratification of adults? Why aren't they lobbying on behalf of their abusers if that abuse was such a beneficial, life enhancing experience?