McPhail: attraction to children normal in childhood…


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Date: January 16, 2019

01) McPhail: attraction to children normal in childhood

02) More on Age of Onset of Attractions and Sexual Development in Pedohebephilic Individuals: Response to Tozdan and Briken (2018)

“Ian McPhail writes in the article:

“(…) most everyone, teleiophilic, pedophilic, hebephilic, etc., is attracted to children at some point in their lives, notably, when we are children and are attracted to our peers.”

I’ve often thought, and sometimes even said…that I think pedophilic sexual attraction is likely the most common form, of early, primal, sexual attraction…

…It just happens for most of us, when we are really early in life…and for some reason, most people tend to find adults more sexually pleasing, as they get older…

…Not sure if that means earlier sexual attractions fade away…But, they clearly can take a back seat…at least for some people.

It makes me wonder…how many of the people who’ve had sex with other children while a child themselves, were mostly doing such because the other children were the only viable options available…versus how many just never, ever wanted to have sex with an adult…and were credibly experiencing the pinnacle of their own sex life, as a child, themselves.

My sexual experiences with others as a boy, were largely nothing to rave about…Yet, I view myself as having been soundly in the latter group.

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2 thoughts on “McPhail: attraction to children normal in childhood…

  1. Yure

    When something is obvious, it’s right in front of us. But it’s there for such a long time that we stop noticing it. So we need someone to tell us that it’s there and it still exists. Come on, guys… Have you never had a childhood crush? Never played “showing” games? Never did something “naughty”? How can you say that children are asexual after you grow up? Thankfully, there are still people willing to point to the obvious, to remind us that it is there.

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