hikari: The Ethics of Pedophilia…


Date: September 05, 2020

01) The Ethics of Pedophilia [Pt 1]

This is a video based on an essay I wrote last year. This first part might be a bit dry, as it mainly consists of reviewing and responding to academic research on adult-child sex, which as we shall see, almost entirely focuses on “abuse” narrative. Part 2 will focus more on the actual moral debate.

This is my first time making a video like this, so I’m sorry if it’s not great. How is the audio? Should I remake this video adding in the other Hornor studies, or is it better the way I have it? I figured if people were really interested in the studies, they could just read them themselves, and I didn’t want the video to be too dry.
I’ll add a download link for a full transcript and additional footnotes soon.

02) The Ethics of Pedophilia [Pt 2]

Hello everyone,
I’m sorry it took me so long to upload Part 2. I had all sorts of difficulties making this part, almost completely losing my data on more than one occasion. Finally, it’s here.
A complementary essay, which contains the script for the entire series is available to download here https://anonfiles.com/v0icv9N9of/EthicsEssay_pdf. It also contains some additional footnotes.

As a homosexual BoyLover, I’ve taken strong issue with the way so many “research studies” have commonly tended to judge “pedophilia”, based upon the accounts of female rape victims…and act as though this is somehow applicable in any way to the more “boys being boys” experiences, which are far more in line with the man boy sexual experiences.

In addition…the way they commonly treat wanted, happy experiences as if they were the plague in these studies, is a straight up outrage.

These types of studies have generally always employed dishonest skewing…They are tantamount to lies.

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10 thoughts on “hikari: The Ethics of Pedophilia…

  1. feinmann

    Thanks for the heads-up for this item. A difficult topic to tackle, so Hikari is to be congratulated for attempting to weave together psychologist ethical conclusions and a (presumed) minor-attracted individual ethical conclusions.

    On the downside, the distorted voice-over made it difficult for me to focus on what was being said. On the plus side, the imagery successfully underpinned the subject matter. Too often psychologists ignore the existence of child sexuality in their pronouncements. Hikari to some extent bridged this gap, although this aspect remains way too radioactive for either party to debate objectively or accurately.

    1. eqfoundation Post author

      You’re welcome.

      It is a remarkable project.

      That is actually her voice…I don’t really have any trouble understanding her…but, admittedly, it is kind of strange having someone who sounds like a young child, narrating something like this.

      1. Yure

        Wow. I was kinda afraid to join because I figured that pedophiles would be eventually banned from it. Since it’s ran by pedophiles, I guess it’s fine for me to join.

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