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The Wilkow Majority » I told you they wouldn't stop until they got to the kiddies

Heidi
2 years, 8 months ago
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is offering advice to parents and teens about sex education, including assurances that teens may “experiment” with homosexuality as part of “exploring their own sexuality,” and that masturbation should be of concern only “if a child seems preoccupied with it to the exclusion of other activities.” The information, located on a “Questions and Answers About Sex” link on the “Quick Guide to Healthy Living” portion of the HHS Web site, also describes children and infants as “sexual beings.” Under the question “When Do Kids Start Becoming Curious About Sex?” the answer notes that infants have curiosity about their bodies. “Children are human beings and therefore sexual beings,” the Q&A Web page says. “It’s hard for parents to acknowledge this, just as it’s hard for kids to think of their parents as sexually active. But even infants have curiosity about their own bodies, which is healthy and normal.” As for masturbation and “what sort of ‘sexual’ behavior do young kids exhibit?” the page says, “Parents should only be concerned about masturbation if a child seems preoccupied with it to the exclusion of other activities. Victims of sexual abuse sometimes become preoccupied with self-stimulation.” A link at the bottom of the Q&A page, entitled “Sexual Attraction and Orientation,” includes information on sexual experimentation, including homosexuality. “Thinking sexually about both the same sex and the opposite sex is quite common as teens sort through their emerging sexual feelings,” the page says. “This type of imagining about people of the same or opposite sex doesn’t necessarily mean that a person fits into a particular type of sexual orientation.” “Some teens may also experiment with sexual experiences, including those with members of the same sex, during the years they are exploring their own sexuality,” the page reads. “These experiences, by themselves, do not necessarily mean that a teen is gay or straight.” [...] “The idea that ‘children are human beings and therefore sexual beings’ is one of the most destructive myths of the sexual revolution,” Sprigg told CNSNews.com. “To a large extent, this myth may be traced to the ‘research’ conducted by Alfred Kinsey, including the infamous ‘Children of Table 34’ experiments, which involved the deliberate sexual abuse of children as young as 6 months old under ‘experimental’ conditions.” “The fact that young children are aware that their bodies include genitalia hardly makes them ‘sexual beings,’ and it is improper (and potentially dangerous) to treat them as such before puberty,” he said. [...] The HHS Web site reassures teens and parents that having homosexual tendencies as a young person is “common” as teens “sort through their emerging sexual feelings.” http://www.chandlerswatch.com/2011/08/23/hhs-sec-kathleen-sebelius-says-all-your-little-childrensbabies-is-our-sexual-beings/
Heidi
2 years, 8 months ago
Pedophiles should now be called "minor attracted persons" CHICAGO, August 17, 2011—The modern age has been hailed as post-gender and post-racial. Meaning that we've grown as a society beyond petty discrimination against people on the basis of race or gender identity, and such discrimination is met with the entire wrath our legal and social institutions can muster. If some people have their way, this modern age will soon be post-pedophilia. And playgrounds will be empty. B4U-ACT is a Maryland-based group of mental health professionals, psychiatrists and pedophiles who want to normalize pedophilia. Instead of pejoratively calling them "pedophiles," "fiends," "deviants," "freaks," "perverts," "degenerates," "predators" or "pedophiles," they would prefer that society refer to them by the sensitive and socially-accepting term: minor attracted persons. (Daily Caller) The groups latest symposium "Pedophilia, Minor-Attracted Persons, and the DSM: Issues and Controversies" was held today, August 17, 2011, in Baltimore, Maryland The point of this symposium is to promote "tolerance” and “normalization.” The group hopes it will lead to eventual acceptance of their peculiar desires and behaviors. It opposes treatment to change feelings of attraction to children, arguing that, "No one chooses to be emotionally and sexually attracted to children or adolescents. The cause is unknown; in fact, the development of attraction to adults is not understood. Howard Kline, the science director of B4U-ACT, said of the existing definition, "It is based on data from prison studies, which completely ignore the existence of those who are law-abiding," adding, “The Diagnostic and Statistical of Mental Disorders (DSM) should meet a higher standard than that ... We can help them, because we are the people they are writing about.” We? What kind of science does he direct? People in the child-protection field are intolerantly alarmed. They're concerned that the deletion of pedophilia from the DSM will result in the decriminalization of pedophilia behaviors and force the repeal of criminal laws punishing pedophiles and protecting http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/middle-class-guy/2011/aug/17/b4uact-seek-acceptance-minor-attracted-pedophiles/
Heidi
2 years, 8 months ago
http://www.b4uact.org/index.htm
nav68
2 years, 7 months ago
Not surprising. Pedophilia seems to be perfectly acceptable to some people. It's why cigarettes, blindfolds, and firing squads exist.

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