The first thing to do would be to define what you mean by pedophilic culture. If you mean culture that makes people pedophiles that literally impossible since pedophilia is a paraphilia but implying that were using an informal definition then “maybe”
On the topic of books like lolita, that’s not really culturally relevant enough to matter.
Just because you cant point out things that “sexualize children” it doesnt mean that it has cultural significance.
About fashion, The reason why a minor would wear high heels is because it’s part of the fashion culture, not because they’re appealing to common paraphilias or fetishes. (In most cases) Also wearing tight pants is not “grooming”
Those are overall thoughts but I can debunk certain points of the article.
I think that what this article describes is mostly girls attempting to dress in accordance to modern fashion and not something inherently sexual.
"Paedophilia may seem taboo and despised by the masses, but an honest appraisal of our culture at large reveals otherwise. I propose that paedophilia is actually rewarded and celebrated and that our entire culture and understanding of sexuality is constructed around what seem to be pedophilic desires. I call this “paedophile culture.”
I think that they have this in the wrong order, it’s not pedophiles making young girls dress sexually its young girls dressing sexually because of cultural fashion or because they don’t understand it’s wrong to do so. There is no evidence of the article’s idea that pedohiles have shaped the standards but there is evidence that people follow trends in culture. I think that girls look up to models that are considered beutiful and then try to look and dress like them, and because the models do sexual things i think that girls may do those thing too, even theough they are not appropriate.
“The vast majority of paedophiles are men. And the majority of children victimized by those pedophiles who do choose to act on their sexual desires are girls. This is a rather major detail to withhold from your audience, wouldn’t you say? Unfortunately, as pervasive and overt as patriarchy is, it is usually the last detail mentioned in conversations of this nature — if it is mentioned at all.”
Most criminals and rapists are men. Most men are straight so they would only rape girls. There is no reason to invoke the patriarchy here.
“In pedophile culture, the top Pornhub category is “Teen.” “Barely legal” “girls” in schoolgirl outfits play out everything from “virgin manipulations,” daddy-daughter incest fantasies, teacher-student make believe… you name it, there’s porn for it, and it’s been whacked-off millions and millions and millions of times. It’s fair to wonder whether the only thing keeping some of these viewers from watching straight-up child porn is age of consent laws.”
Virgin manipulations, incest, and teacher student dont have direct correlation with pedophia they are there own parahilia’s or fetishes. Once again school girl outfits dont mean pedophilia. I think the category teen is more complicated because the front for pornhub always has a bunch of weird shit, and most people want something vanilla so they search up teens. Also 18 and 19 year olds aren’t children and younger teens arent what pedophile want. Bareilly legal has the same reason as teen but also people may see It in autofill and have some curiosity. Also a lot of people like girls with smaller frames or “flat” girls so there are other reasons to look it up.
"Alicen Grey coined the term “paedophile culture”. I have borrowed the title of her 2015 article for this piece. She has written it in response to an article nauseatingly titled “I’m a paedophile, but not a monster.”
So the author is clearly an anti.
“Remember: paedophilia is not something someone can’t help. It is not something one is born with, it is cultural and wholly learnt. There is no need to make excuses for paedophilia and act like it was just a “condition”.”
Presumably they are using the informal definition of pedophilia, but if not they are clearly wrong.