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

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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
TOR URL: http://r2j4xiyckibnyd45.onion/messages/1522820.htm

02) Filip30: pro-‘pedophilic’ article in school newspaper 1987
TOR URL: http://r2j4xiyckibnyd45.onion/messages/1522616.htm

03) Filip30: Genes and the sexual interest of ‘children’
TOR URL: http://r2j4xiyckibnyd45.onion/messages/1522321.htm

04) Roamajous: The Imitation Game, revisited
TOR URL: http://r2j4xiyckibnyd45.onion/messages/1523278.htm

05) Filip30: 76% of ‘sexual abuse’ of boys done by peers/minors
TOR URL: http://r2j4xiyckibnyd45.onion/messages/1523243.htm


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6 thoughts on “M.A. Voice: Issue 37 – January 29, 2019…

  1. eqfoundation Post author

    This is the last issue of “M.A. Voice”, which will look exactly like this…

    …I’m changing the link graphic, and pruning out the “choose style” option from the submission form…I had a tad bit loftier notions when I first started this series, so I thought the categorizations would be useful.

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  2. feinmann0

    A little late this time round, plus the following by Tom O’Carroll may have been posted previously here on OLF.

    Childhood ‘Innocence’ is Not Ideal: Virtue Ethics and Child–Adult Sex

    “Malón makes a neo-Aristotelian case that for an adult to engage sexually with a child would be an expression of bad character. It would indicate that the desires of such a person were not being directed towards whatever encourages human beings to flourish, including his own flourishing
    and that of the child in question. A virtuous person, in Aristotle’s philosophy, is one whose character is such that he will tend to behave in ways that are in accordance with human flourishing, so active paedophiles, on this view, cannot be virtuous; they are vicious. They are vicious, specifically, because sex is conceived as having a purpose not fulfilled through child–adult sexual relationships; pedagogically it is wrong to lead children away from the right functioning of sex; only conformity with the true teleology of sex can be expected to lead to human flourishing.

    But what is the true teleology of sex? For some traditionalists the answer is obvious: procreation. Thus limited, however, we would be obliged to declare the viciousness of masturbation, homosexuality, contraception and much else. Those who would seek to single out child–adult sexual relationships as vicious need to specify what it is about these relationships that intrinsically goes against the proposed teleology of sex in such a way that human flourishing is compromised—as opposed to such flourishing being compromised by hostile social mores and laws. Malón attempts this, not by attempting to revive procreation as the sole purpose of sex but by rejecting “liberal-permissive sexual ideology” based on “a sensualist concept of sex as a desire for physical-genital pleasure”. He is right, in my view, to reject as an ideal what might be called “mere hedonism”, but I will argue that (a) child–adult casual sexual pleasure as “play” is morally permissible and (b) that child–adult sexual encounters, especially when they are part of a deeper relationship than might be suggested by the word “play”, need not be inimical to lives lived with the highest of ideals, and may indeed help define and contribute to those ideals.”

    https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12119-018-9519-1

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    1. eqfoundation Post author

      Thank you for this…It is excellent.

      I’ve been saying for years…sex is clearly about far more than procreation…It’s about being alive, and staying balanced…staying sane, even…It’s about bonding, and living.

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