What does an adult have in common with a child?…


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Date: September 30, 2019

A common objection to child pedophile relationships:

“What does an adult have in common with a child?”

Honest question…

…What do they need to have in common, in order for their relationship to be respected as socially legitimate?

I’ve encountered this objection many times, stated as if it were a self evident retort…but what does it even mean?…

Obviously, if two [or more] people come together and stay together…they share something meaningful in common.

Usually, it will be multiple things, and individual to each relationship.

The question is…will society respect what they share, and their bond based around it?


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4 thoughts on “What does an adult have in common with a child?…

  1. feinmann0

    A common objection to child pedophile relationships: “What does an adult have in common with a child?”

    Such a question, undoubtedly rhetorical with the person asking it assuming that no response is required, indicates a total lack of concern for children in my view. It is as if a child is a completely separate creature from an adult, a creature that is best ignored.

    With such a prevalent attitude, reinforced no doubt by stranger danger warnings and headlining child sexual abuse hysteria, it is little wonder that “a recent Children’s Society report found a decline in children’s happiness in the UK over the last decade” … see Heretic TOC’s latest topic.

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  2. Seth

    Well said.

    Also, by that absurd logic, parents / guardians / adult family members shouldn’t be allowed to have loving relationships with their children.

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