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Why Are We Surprised With the Push for 'Pedophile Rights'

Dr_Zinj Wrote: Apr 04, 2013 9:40 AM
This whole genetic reason for being gay is a lie easily disproven. I can choose to have sex with either a man or a woman. If I do it with a man, that means I'm gay. If I do it with a woman, that means I'm straight. If I do it with both, that means I'm bisexual. Guess what you prevaricating, dishonest, disreputable, rainbow badgers, I know it it's a choice. And I know which choice you made.
LongJahnSilver Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 6:56 PM
So by your reasoning, you could easily decide one day to be gay and be attracted to men. I don't think that you would ever be able to do that. You're straight. Gay people can't one day wake up and decide that they're going to be attracted to the opposite sex. They're gay. Let them live their lives.

Many Americans have been shocked by reports about a recent 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. But why should this surprise us?

Academic articles in scholarly journals have been presenting pedophilia in a sympathetic 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...