Oh dear, another male-hating underage-girl-sexual-abuse crusader…


Date: July 09, 2018

01) The Health Risks of Maturing Early

“Researchers agree that it’s important not to catastrophise about early sexual development in and of itself. The problem isn’t that a girl’s body is changing. It’s society’s response to it. As a result, they say we should think about how we might support girls and their families best, and as Roberts puts it, ‘contest the sexist cultures that may turn puberty into a disturbing experience’.

Skoog believes the answer lies in the development of social and emotional learning programmes that teach core sexual education principles and concepts like social awareness, empathic ability, and impulse control. This could be a part of future intervention efforts, and used for policy aimed at reducing the risk of sexual harassment for all adolescents, including early-maturing girls.

We need to ‘increase socially respectful behaviour and the understanding that neither a sexual appearance nor sexual activities mean that girls or women are positive [about] or open to any kind of sexual advances.’

Only by creating an environment of zero tolerance can we make a stand against the pervasiveness of sexual harassment – including when it affects children.”

Thank you, to feinmann0.

Agreed…

…This article really piles on the suggestions of ill consequence…and downplays the possibility that a girl might aggressively go after sex…

I’ve known such a girl…

…She got ahold of me…most notably between my legs, and without invitation…when I was twelve years old…

…I can tell you, without any doubt at all…that she would have “raped” me, had I let her.

Allegedly…the girl I knew “does not exist”…according to the social engineers…

…I think a lot of us knew such girls, however.

You don’t think of girls as being the sexual aggressors…and it was a mind trip for me, to experience that…It changed my perception…not just on girls sexuality…but on early life sexuality, of children…

I’m reminded of a Judith Levine speech…where she’s talking about young teens who were having sex [possibly group sex]…where only the boys got charged with statutory rape, while the girls were treated as the victims…And she said something to the effect, that if you knew anything about power balances and teenage girls…the girls often did wield power over the boys.

…She is absolutely right.

…Being male, does not mean that you automatically have the upper hand…nor that you are the leader, who sets the course of things.

6 thoughts on “Oh dear, another male-hating underage-girl-sexual-abuse crusader…

  1. Unfeministed

    “creating an environment of zero tolerance”

    That’s feminism in a nutshell. It’s an anti-human, authoritarian movement.

    “I’ve known such a girl…”

    #metoo

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  2. feinmann0

    An additional politically-correct BBC item (February 2017) here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree/article/3216b48d-3195-4f67-8149-54586689ae3c, this time authored by a self-confessed paedophile in his sixties, allegedly, although the article is anonymous as far as I could tell.

    Interesting snippets from the piece. The man blamed his mother for his attraction to pre-pubescent boys. “Paedophilia is a disorder, a deeply distressing sexual orientation.” His doctor told the man forty years ago that his paedophilia could be cured, and referred him to a clinic. This clinic apparently cured him … he now talks in terms of his ‘former’ orientation, and: “It’s a long time since I described myself as a paedophile.”

    And guess what, the man works (as at Febrary 2017) “with a charity called StopSO, a specialist treatment organisation for the prevention of sexual offending. It’s a UK-wide organisation offering therapy to anyone who feels at risk of committing a sexual offence.” In other words, an organisation embedded deep within the sexual abuse industry, and one that would clearly be capable of submitting a fictional piece to a major mouthpiece of The Establishment.

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    1. eqfoundation Post author

      I have to bring up a perpetually hanging question I’ve had for years…

      …Why do we call pedophilia “abnormal”, when it’s so relatively common in it’s presence?…

      We simply overlook a ton of it, and shunt it off into the netherworld of unaware ignorance…But a ton of people are pedophiles in self denial.

      I don’t buy into the hypothesis, that “X touched me, therefore, I developed this entire lifetime of ingrained sexual desire from it”…

      Who says that this orientation wasn’t going to develop all along, and that “X’s touch” was not entirely inconsequential?

      …Why are they obsessed with finding external explanations for this?

      …They virtually always try to explain it, as if “somebody else imposed it on you”…

      …That’s just not how it works.

      It’s fair enough to acknowledge, that somebody else may have pushed or nudged you into experiencing “it” [or something relatively related]…but if the orientation is not naturally in you…then it is not in you…

      Sexual orientations cannot be imposed like that.

      Once again…Traumatic or distressing [or otherwise negative] experiences, do not foster the development of an exciting, fun and enthusiastic interest in sex…

      …They would have just the opposite effect.

      “the man works (as at Febrary 2017) “with a charity called StopSO”

      I believe I’m following StopSO, on Twitter…which is not an endorsement…it’s just keeping an eye, on what’s going on in the broader MAP community…

      Quite recently, I stumbled across a tiny bit of squabbling with StopSO, compliments of VP members…A few of them took issue, with something put out by StopSO…It would be hard to find that tweet/thread, unfortunately.

      There is a lot of variant, in the “scale” of MAP social stances…It seems StopSO is too primitive, for some VP members.

      …I think that says something.

      That they promote “a fix”, is just weird…

      …The science is not on their side…

      What they honestly mean when they talk about “cures for pedophiles”, is that they can traumatize and psychologically injure a pedophile so badly, that they can no longer sexually function…

      …Just like what they were trying to do with gays.

      If the approach used was not of that nature, and was of the positive nature implied…I would suggest they merely helped this virtual virgin, to explore his sexuality broader, and find something sexually with women that he also liked.

      A lot of us have been down the road, of sincerely trying to develop that…and we don’t have that orientation in us…

      He, on the other hand, was fortunate enough to have this option in him…It just took an external organization, to bring it out.

      It’s never been denied amongst us MAPs, that a vast many of us are not exclusive to any one sexual orientation.

      But for those of us who are exclusive…these methods are useless…or worse…devastating.

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      1. feinmann0

        ‘Why do we call pedophilia “abnormal”, when it’s so relatively common in its presence? We simply overlook a ton of it, and shunt it off into the netherworld of unaware ignorance…But a ton of people are pedophiles in self denial.’

        Richard Mohr put it best in his The Pedophilia of Everyday Life, where he suggests that paedophilia is far from abnormal. By placing it within a sealed box labelled TOXIC, society is able to deflect its own covert sexual interest in children.

        ‘I don’t buy into the hypothesis, that “X touched me, therefore, I developed this entire lifetime of ingrained sexual desire from it”… Who says that this orientation wasn’t going to develop all along, and that “X’s touch” was not entirely inconsequential?’

        This is linked to the previous point really. No-one wants to be labeled toxic, so people are even willing to deny their true self to avoid a pariah status, even if it means blaming their own mother for their condition. Just goes to show how successful the discrimination has been against a sexual minority group.

        ‘…Just like what they were trying to do with gays.’

        Precisely!

        ‘It’s never been denied amongst us MAPs, that a vast many of us are not exclusive to any one sexual orientation. But for those of us who are exclusive…these methods are useless…or worse…devastating.’

        As far as STOP is concerned, I would guess much of its therapy is designed to cure a non-offending person of minor-attraction by eliminating natural desires in a range of ways. This is no different to my mind than Mengele’s experimentation on twins at Auschwitz-Birkenau.

      2. eqfoundation Post author

        “As far as STOP is concerned, I would guess much of its therapy is designed to cure a non-offending person of minor-attraction…”

        …An approach, tailored to the unaware, inexperienced [hence, debased] MAP…someone who can be easily controlled, lacking the faculties and resources to contest, or protest.

        Speaking as someone who was once such a MAP [weren’t all of us MAPs, once such?]…I absolutely conclude, that the thing which differentiates MAPs like this guy, from MAPs like us, is the degree of knowledge and experience…This is the variable, which empowers MAPs like us…But lack of these things, leaves other MAPs parroting the sophistry of their would be [or actual] handlers…because…what else would they do, if this is all they have ever known?

        I’ve likened my own changes and refinement in stances on social MAP issues, to my journey from theist to atheist…

        …Because [after working through, and surviving, my teenage years…and coming to terms in my early twenties] I started out with a similar philosophy, to what VP promotes…

        …I thought my own experiences were “the rare exception”…but that such experiences were “overwhelmingly bad for most people”…And I was extremely ignorant, on the degree of social manipulation, and relentless assault of propaganda…

        It took years…of not just legitimate researching…but of personally experiencing the multiple types of abuse, and underhanded derailing, you experience…solely for having had the integrity to go on this journey…and verbalizing the inevitable, that…”…wait…something is not right here…”…

        Possibly the biggest shock to me, thus far…is how public policy and perception, are propped up by absolute manipulation…all the things they have no validity in implying…and all the things they consistently refuse to acknowledge…

  3. feinmann0

    As an aside, a nice interview with Jonathan (Michael Parkinson hosting) back in 1981 … happier times.

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