USA Today: Pedophilia Just “Inappropriate” And “Among The Most Misunderstood” Conditions

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Well, folks, we’re apparently in the “normalize and desensitize” phase of the pedophilia narrative. And just after the Ghislaine Maxwell trial coverup debacle that dealt a blow to transparency and afforded elite pedophiles a little more time to normalize the crimes that might have been exposed if they hadn’t been covered up. Check this out.

USA Today, one of the most widely circulated news publications in the country, posted this rather disgusting tweet, which they subsequently removed after the entirely appropriate public outcry.

But don’t worry, they wrote and published an entire article, complete with “expert” citations, about how pedophilia is simply “inappropriate” and is “among the most misunderstood” conditions in this country.

The American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders defines pedophilia as “recurrent, intense sexually arousing fantasies, sexual urges, or behaviors involving sexual activity with a prepubescent child or children,” which has been overwhelmingly proven over time to be dangerous and despicable. But the narrative pushers want us to think there’s really nothing wrong with pedophilia because it’s just an “inappropriate sexual thought.”

That’s literally what USA Today’s cited expert says. Anna Salter, a cited psychologist in the article, begins her therapy sessions by asking her participants, “How many of you have ever had an inappropriate sexual thought?” As though an adult man wanting to vaginally or anally penetrate an innocent 8 year old child is pretty much the same as a grown man fantasizing about a quickie in the supply room with their married secretary. Just an inappropriate sexual thought, apparently. No big deal, really.

In fact, they want us to call them “minor-attracted persons” instead of pedophiles, because they say that label is stigmatized.

And rightly so.

Calling them “minor-attracted persons” is like calling child rape “non-consensual sex.” It makes it seem less serious and despicable. And this language manipulation is absolutely intentional.

Once they’ve manipulated the language to redefine this destructive and dangerous behavior as more socially acceptable and less despicable, then they’ll start trying to convince the public that “minor-attracted persons” are a marginalized minority identity that deserve special social consideration to make up for the marginalization they have endured. It’s one of their favorite narratives–social equity.

Then they will use their social coercion and social blackmail tactics to force you to not just shut up about it your concerns and opposing opinions, but even publicly allow and champion it. Just like how they made everyone terrified of being called a racist by turning everything into a racial issue, accusing everyone of at least racial thought crimes, severely punishing those racial thought crimes through “cancellation” and censorship, and pressuring every institution to “evaluate” themselves and implement the changes that the narrative dictates. They’ll try to make everyone terrified of being labeled as an anti “minor-attracted person,” which will at least be an egregious thought crime.

Meanwhile, our entertainment industrial complex is out in force to hyper sexualize our children and normalize the inevitable hyper sexualized behavior in which our children engage.

Cuties, anyone?

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