Unregistered 142: Stephen Kershnar (VIDEO)…


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…. Many of the things expressed in this Sub-Blog, I’ve addressed any number of times over the years. I don’t wish to analyze every video, etc., but I do find it valuable to share these kinds of video, etc., even if I disagree substantially with any of it…It’s important to acknowledge and embrace, that there are people out there, who are engaged in levelheaded discussion about “pedophiles”. – Steve

December 17, 2020

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Thanks to feinmann!

“Thaddeus Russell (Renegade University): “Stephen Kershnar is a professor of philosophy at the State University of New York at Fredonia and the most renegade academic I have found. We talked about his many books in which he argues with scholarly rigor and precision that veterans don’t deserve our gratitude, that if it we’re logically consistent the pro-life movement would be killing lots of people, that there is no basis for morality or responsibility, and that many adult-child sexual relationships should be defended. This might have been the most fun I’ve ever had talking to a professor.”


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A rare example of mature, objective debate on adult-child sexual relationships (30:17 to 54:26) and some agreement on the merits of defending such relationships against the dominant narrative of supposed harm, rights-violation, exploitation … none of which are really stand up to empirical scrutiny.”

This is pretty great…It’s honest…

I wish they’d have given some thoughts on the most recent canard being pushed, which says that “even willing and enthusiastic children are being injured, because experiencing regular dopamine from orgasms alters their cells and chemistry”.

It has to do with alleged desensitization, and a child’s biology developing some sort of immunity towards natural sensations.

I’ve talked about this argument a number of times on this blog…Few people seem to be aware of it…

…Personally, I think it’s horse shit being passed off as a “holy grail”, which the majority will have a very hard time refuting.

I do wish they’d have discussed sex between adults and prepubescent children more, as I think this is the heavier issue…And it’s literally what I was born naturally inclined to engage in…so, it’s a topic of deep personal interest. It’s what I would most want to see demystified.

I find, as I suspect these two may agree…that no matter the social conflict…it’s always ultimately about expectations of conformity to someone else’s shitty ideas on “proper culture”.

I think…virtually, if not literally, everything these two expressed in the block of time highlighted, I’ve personally discussed it…or it’s occurred to me.

I appreciate the acknowledgement of perceived personal injury, based out of unmet or divergent social and personal expectations.

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5 thoughts on “Unregistered 142: Stephen Kershnar (VIDEO)…

  1. Yure

    > I wish they’d have given some thoughts on the most recent canard being pushed, which says that “even willing and enthusiastic children are being injured, because experiencing regular dopamine from orgasms alters their cells and chemistry”.

    Production of dopamine is natural on everyone, including children, and we get a buzz from everything that is pleasurable to us. Whenever a child feels happy, they get a dopamine rush. Orgasms do produce a huge amount of dopamine. However, it’s well-documented in clinical literature that children masturbate, very often to the point of orgasm. If you want to prove that orgasms are harmful to a child’s brain, you need to prove that masturbation is bad for children. And it is not.

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    1. eqfoundation Post author

      My thoughts exactly…

      There’s a piece I wrote at the Uncommon Sense blog which does not explicitly confront this question…but the question of “children not being able to handle euphoric sensations”.

      I reference the typical fast spinning around, getting yourself dizzy as a kid…and it’s like…”Seriously?!…You think that is damaging?”

      Of course, the reason I’d like to see these two address the issue, is because they have a larger platform and audience…and it would be good to see them say something along those lines.

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      1. Yure

        Wow, you wrote for Uncommon Sense? You must be quite famous in the MAP community… You are probably the most active member I have seen so far.

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