Monthly Archives: January 2019

Making Sense with Sam Harris – #147 Stephen Fry…


Date: January 30, 2019

01) Making Sense with Sam Harris – #147 Stephen Fry

“In this episode of the Making Sense podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Stephen Fry about comedy, atheism, political correctness, meditation, ambition, empathy, psychedelics, Christopher Hitchens, Stephen’s experience of manic depression, and much else.

Stephen Fry is a comedian, actor, writer, presenter, voiceover artist and activist. Some of Stephen’s most well-known acting work includes A Bit of Fry and Laurie, Jeeves and Wooster, Blackadder, Kingdom, QI, and V for Vendetta. He has also written and presented several documentary series, including the Emmy Award–winning Stephen Fry: The Secret Life of the Manic Depressive. Stephen has contributed columns and articles for newspapers and magazines and written four novels and three volumes of autobiography. He also appears frequently on British radio.


Twitter: @stephenfry”

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M.A. Voice: Issue 37 – January 29, 2019…


Articles and content from Minor Attracted People [MAPs], presented in no particular order and without preference or discrimination. These are diverse viewpoints.

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Date: January 29, 2019

01) Pharmakon: The Four Pillars of Pedophobia
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02) Filip30: pro-‘pedophilic’ article in school newspaper 1987
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03) Filip30: Genes and the sexual interest of ‘children’
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04) Roamajous: The Imitation Game, revisited
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05) Filip30: 76% of ‘sexual abuse’ of boys done by peers/minors
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Other Issues

The Impossible Standard…


Date: January 29, 2019

01) FalseAlias: Support systems (a question)

“What are your opinions on this statement?

“A fully functioning support system for a paedophile will completely eliminate the risk of harm to any child in their life.”

It sets the impossible standard…

…and just underscores that “pedophiles” are not allowed to be human beings.

Reality is…we aren’t going to find any adult child relationship of any meaningful existence and duration, where neither has ever hurt the other…unintentionally, and otherwise.

No matter how mild or slight…people have a way of reinterpreting things…careless and mindless things…which can find you becoming “the bad one”, without you even realizing what has just occurred.

This is human relations…It’s what makes a lot of us wish we could become hermits, so we don’t have to deal with the hyper-analyzing insanity of others.


He Started Puberty When He Was 2 Years Old. Now, He’s Sharing His Experience…

Date: January 29, 2019

01) He Started Puberty When He Was 2 Years Old. Now, He’s Sharing His Experience

“One thing all humans have in common is that at a certain point in our childhood, we go through puberty: we get bigger, our bodies change, we often get a little rambunctious and moody, and we mature sexually.

But imagine if those changes occurred not when you were 11 or 13 or 15 years old, but when you were a toddler. That was the experience of Patrick Burleigh, who has a rare genetic mutation that triggers testosterone production far younger than normal.

Doctors call it precocious puberty.

“It’s extremely rare — it’s estimated that there might be like fewer than 1,000 of us,” says Burleigh, who wrote about his experience in New York magazine. “And basically it’s a mutation of the luteinizing hormone chorionic gonadotropin receptor gene, which is responsible for triggering testosterone production in the testicles.”

Burleigh tells Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson his family was anticipating his symptoms of early puberty because his father, grandfather and great-grandfather all went through it, too. One of the first was pubic hair when Burleigh was just 2 years old.

“I was bigger — considerably bigger — than a 2-year-old, and also [had] impulsive behavior that’s characteristic of someone going through puberty,” he says. “Like just, you know, an inability to control my impulses, aggressive outbursts, hitting other kids, tantrums that were kind of truly epic — just behavior that was extreme.”

Unfortunately…since this just aired a little while ago, the audio is not available for listening to at the time of this posting…It may not be, for a few days…Plus, it’s a two part interview…so…the second half will play, whenever the next episode airs…maybe tomorrow?…

I’ll try to remember to follow up, with a post on the second half.

‘Sharenting’: Can Parents Post Too Much About Their Kids Online?…

Date: January 29, 2019

01) ‘Sharenting’: Can Parents Post Too Much About Their Kids Online?

“For many of us, posting on social media is a daily habit. For parents, that often means updates about what their young children are up to. But can parents be guilty of sharing too much about their kids online?

The phenomenon is called “sharenting” — and now, some experts say parents ought to pay closer attention to what they’re sharing.

Stacey Steinberg, associate director of the Center on Children and Families at the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law, says sharenting represents a “cultural shift” in the way kids grow up.

“Social media has only been around for about a decade or so, and so as parents, we’re first learning about social media at the same time that we’re talking about our kids,” Steinberg (@sgsteinberg) tells Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson. “And as our pride and joy, we want to share them.”

As a mother of three kids, Steinberg recommends parents develop their own policies around sharing photos, videos and other life updates about their children on sites like Facebook. For some, the best method might be simply not posting at all. For others, it could be a matter of giving a child the right to say no before a post is published.

“I think our kids need to be able to come of age in a way that they have control over their digital footprint,” she says. “So it’s really important that before we press ‘share’ on our digital devices, so to speak, that we really think about who they might become, who they might want to become and how can we best give them an opportunity to control this new digital identity that they’ll grow to be in charge of one day.”

I can agree with this…

…Not everybody wants a picture of themselves setting on the toilet squirting out a turd, forever floating around the internet.

The first court case will be interesting to see.

This Islamic Propaganda on YouTube is Insane…


Date: January 29, 2019

01) This Islamic Propaganda on YouTube is Insane

“I found even more insane religious propaganda from a Muslim channel and had to respond to it.. This guy wants to get rid of freedom of speech and freedom of expression so that Mohammad, Allah, and Islam can’t be insulted. Maajid Nawaz once fell victim to this kind of radicalizing propaganda, which goes to show how influential it can be even to intelligent young people. Luckily, Maajid now speaks against extremism at his foundation, Quilliam International. Islamism like this hurts everyone, especially vulnerable young Muslims. To stop Islamism, we must come together to counter propaganda, criticize bad Islamic ideas, and defeat anti-Muslim bigotry.

Whether you like it or not, the right to offend is a must. Let’s follow the example of those like Christopher Hitchens and Sam Harris in defending it and using it for the betterment of society.”

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Motyle (1972)…


Date: January 28, 2019

01) Motyle (1972)

“wunastoletni Edek comes to vacation to Aunt Hela living on the lake. He meets a group of his peers there, including Monika, who is distinguished by her beauty and intelligence. Soon, she is completely under the spell of a girl. The motorized tourists stop near the aunt’s house. Monika is acquainted with Alek – the son of newcomers who teases Edek and his companions. Soon there is an argument.”

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