Pedophilia as a marginalized sexual minority

In my landmark essay, which has made me about as popular as a cat in mouse house, & made me an incessant target of abuse, I argue that an open, frank discourse about pedophilia is necessary for the prevention of CSA. Using Seto & Cantor’s research I argue that pedophilia is a marginalized sexual orientation, and in my experience as an analyst the most efficacious way to stop or prevent CSA is a frank but firm dialogue.

“The time has come to open the discussion around pedophilia. Historical and cultural considerations and careful analysis of why subjectivity and post-subjectivity turn a sexual Event into a trauma need clear analysis. Bio-chemical research over incarceration needs to be funded. Cantor’s entire research costs about the same as it does to put one person in prison for sexually abusing a child. I believe that a welcoming openness around discussing, understanding and empathizing with pedophiles’ desires, not sexual abuse that can arise from it, is the best way to prevent child sexual abuse. I know from experience: I have stopped a child from being further abused sexually because of an open, non-judgemental approach. I would like to ask my detractors, have you? As a queer, prison abolitionist I am ready to welcome this group, treated as abject monsters because of their sexual orientation, which is based on age not gender (an important distinction), into the LGBTQI movement. *LGBTQI§?”

They will NEVER be part of LGBT which is based strictly around being able to act on our desires in a consensual manner. Being sexually attracted to a child is a very serious form of harm. Having rape fantasies about a real child should be considered a felony. It baffles me how it’s even legal to do so.

Having (rape) fantasies should be considered a felony? I assume by your logic we would then extend this law to all adults, including those who have rape fantasies about adults? And murder fantasies? And fines for theft fantasies?

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I know child pornography law is more based on paper and digital information. But why shouldn’t we extend this to images created within the brain? I would be livid if someone was having rape fantasies of my child. If someone has a “fantasy” about rape of a child, aren’t they technically producing child sexual abuse images? Those images are still in their head and can’t be taken out, but they are still images right?

That’s the difference between having rape fantasies of adults and rape fantasies of children.

And how would you go about proving that?

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No, if you try to prosecute thoughtcrime, then you are a totalitarian. Simple as that.
Frankly, your “lividness” is worthless. Like I said, if you go the way of Wang Lang, no one here will shed a tear for you.
CSA images are bad because children are harmed in the making. Thoughts, writings, drawings, and 3D renderings harm no one.
My dear, I can go far beyond mere rape. By your logic, as soon as your daughter hits 18, I can fantasize about not merely killing and raping but eating her. In fact, let me give you a visual aid… And also, test the new spoiler feature:

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And how would you go about proving that?

You don’t need to. The fear of arrest should be enough to keep them from having these sick fantasies. It’s a way to encourage them to visit stopitnow

Okay. I’m now operating under the assumption you’ve had sexual fantasies about children.

I mean, I don’t need to prove it, right? So you clearly won’t mind.

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And by his own admission, I can totally think about eating his 18-year-old daughter. Delicious. Literally.

Whoa? Now we are in looney territory… :face_with_monocle:

Sorry but you’re beyond reasonable discourse.

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I don’t think there’s any real benefit to including MAPs in the already massive LGBT community. I think the unique needs of MAPs can be better served by just having a MAP community. I don’t understand the obsession with trying to force everything into the one label.

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You can’t punish people for having or communicating their thoughts or fantasies, regardless of how bad or offensive they may be. We have free speech for a reason.

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