Criminal: Episode 93: Lavender Scare…


Date: June 15, 2018

01) Episode 93: Lavender Scare

02) Direct Download [MP3]

“Helen James grew up in a military family – her great great grandfather fought in the Civil War, her father in WWI, and her uncles in WWII. So when she enlisted in 1952, she felt like she belonged. Shortly after, she realized something was wrong.”

This is absolutely relevant to the modern day persecution of MAPs.

This recording…those words…they could be coming from the mouth of a MAP, during an interview conducted today.

It is sickeningly inhumane, what the system does to people…and it’s all so insanely senseless.

I strongly encourage all MAPs to document their life/human experiences, in this world we are forced to survive in…even if only through private or anonymous venues…preserve it and share it, as a testimony to future generations.

It is a tragedy…just how many of us have had our life story lost, due to society intimidating us into total silence…

…This should never happen, to anyone at all…ever…under any circumstances…

It is evil to take anything to that level…It’s a holocaust against humanity.

2 thoughts on “Criminal: Episode 93: Lavender Scare…

  1. feinmann0

    “I strongly encourage all MAPs to document their life/human experiences, in this world we are forced to survive in…even if only through private or anonymous venues…preserve it and share it, as a testimony to future generations.”

    Yes, in my case I have done this in several MAP-friendly places online. In such places, I have touched on the problems a phobic society has caused me in my life, and the total lack of any recourse to justice when confronting those who have discriminated against me (on the basis of my sexual orientation). I am at the stage where Helen James was when she requested an honorable discharge from the US government, and nothing was forthcoming. Being a MAP born and bred in an Anglosphere country, no lawyer wants to take my case on, and, without first exhausting country-of-origin legal options, there is no path to the European Court of Human Rights either.

    In the absence of any law that prosecutes discrimination on the basis of a minor-attracted sexual orientation, and, I would add, in the absence of any cohesive in-real-life MAP network, discrimination will continue to forcibly mute me as much as it did Helen James – in her case for well over half a century.

    Reply
    1. eqfoundation Post author

      Thank you for that…

      …I think…in this life…the only retribution we will ever see, is whatever isolated bits of it we make for ourselves.

      This is why we need unity…It’s why organizations like NAMBLA need to endure, despite everything it’s members have been put through.

      We can only stop what is happening to us, by channeling our collective power behind fighting back.

      Reply

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