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Why Are We Surprised With the Push for Pedophile Rights?

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October 4, 2012 by SquarePegDem

This posting comes from the ‘I told you so’ file. We have been advancing down a slippery slope for a few decades. It seems as though every deviancy is being redefined someone’s ‘normal’ — “I was born this way.” Being a pedophile is not the same as having autism or dyslexia 9both of which fall outside developmental norms). But the moral relativism movement wants us to believe that we must set aside our “bias” and accept all people for who and what they are.

Michael Brown writes in Charisma News:

Last year, many Americans were shocked by reports about a pro-pedophilia conference in Baltimore, in which psychiatrists and other mental health professionals, representing institutions like Harvard and Johns Hopkins, sought to present pedophilia in a sympathetic and even positive light. Now, a sympathetic article on the struggles of pedophiles is also causing shock waves. But why should we be surprised?

Academic articles in scholarly journals have been presenting�pedophilia�in an empathetic light for years, and, as Matthew Cullinan Hoffman noted, the American Psychiatric Association (APA) released a report in 1998, “claiming that the ‘negative potential’ of adult sex with children was ‘overstated’ and that ‘the vast majority of both men and women reported no negative sexual effects from their child sexual abuse experiences.’ It even claimed that large numbers of the victims reported that their experiences were ‘positive,’ and suggested that the phrase ‘child sex abuse’ be replaced with ‘adult-child sex.’” Others have coined the more disgusting term “intergenerational intimacy.”

The APA’s report was so disturbing that it drew an official rebuke from Congress, yet the pro-pedophile (or, pro-pederast) push continues. In fact, some psychiatric leaders, like Dr. Richard Green, who were instrumental in removing homosexuality from the APA’s list of mental disorders in 1973, have been fighting to remove pedophilia as well.

Brown adds:

In point of fact, all the principle arguments commonly used to normalize homosexuality have been used to normalize pedophilia and pederasty, as I documented in painstaking (and painful) detail in�A Queer Thing Happened to America, where I also made clear that I was not equating homosexuality with pedophilia but was instead comparing the�arguments�used to normalize both.

He concludes by reminding us:

But none of these arguments should surprise us. After all, the age of increasing sexual anarchy in which we live is a fruit of the sexual revolution of the 1960s, and the seeds of sexual anarchy were sown already by Alfred Kinsey in the late 1940s, as Professor Judith Reisman has tirelessly documented. And it was Kinsey, after all, who relied on the research of pedophiles to document the sexual responses of infants and children.

Read the complete article here -�Why Are We Surprised With the Push for Pedophile Rights?.

Moral relativism is a corrosive infection that spreads like the flesh-eating bacteria that maimed several people this summer in Texas and Florida.

Don’t just shake your head, do something!�We have to disinfect our culture.

via Why Are We Surprised With the Push for Pedophile Rights?.

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