Mike Adams

I would suggest that concerned citizens everywhere take a page out of the Planned Parenthood playbook and start to help children who wish to exercise the right to express themselves sexually. In fact, starting today I plan to open up my home to any child who needs a place to explore her sexuality with an adult. A ten-year old and her twenty-one year old boyfriend can use my extra bedroom anytime with as much confidentially as she would expect from the good people at Planned Parenthood.

If everyone would do the same, we could soon render these silly statutory rape laws “unenforceable.” And, once we’ve done that we can start to enlist the support of people like New Hampshire Governor John Lynch and others who want to get rid of laws that would be considered “unenforceable.”

We already have an America in which it is difficult to buy little girls clothes that do not make them look sexual. And we are well on our way to allowing these children to kill their children just like adults have been doing for years. Progress and moral consistency both demand that we allow them to have sex with adults.

If that’s what they chose to do who are parents or prosecutors to say otherwise?


Mike Adams

Mike Adams is a criminology professor at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and author of Letters to a Young Progressive: How To Avoid Wasting Your Life Protesting Things You Don't Understand.