How much longer?
How much longer, until the common pedophile (because, you know it’s just a matter of time until this “sexual preference” is deemed about as common as the nose on your face) starts proclaiming that they are special, exceptional people whose day will come? The “day”, of course, refers to the time in history when those who have a deep desire to entertain sexual proclivities towards children will be welcomed with open arms.
We’re already witnessing the culture’s acceptance of the “special” and “exceptional” homosexual person, whose day came long before gay playwright Larry Kramer told a television audience at the Tony Awards in 2011 that gays “are a very special people, an exceptional people, and that our day will come.”
That comment came from a recent article penned by Austin Ruse at Crisis Magazine. ”The New Homophiles”, Ruse calls them. They, who while tout being devout Christians, disagree with how homosexuality is perceived by those who disagree with homosexuality. It should be made clear that the New Homophile does disagree with homosexuality, too. Well… sorta.
But while the New Homophiles – and their critics, including Ruse – continue to hash things out, we are left to wonder about that “common pedophile” seeking acceptance.
We are left to wonder if those bent on de-stigmatizing this disorder have done their own homework, or if they are simply taking a page out of the gay agenda playbook.
We wonder, because this most recent article from the Toronto Star smacks of a type of perverted plagiarism. To wit, pedophilia used to be linked to early childhood trauma… but it’s actually biological… the condition can’t change… 1 to 5 per cent of men are pedophiles… Y’know. Them old chestnuts.
The article goes on to state, “bolstered by this research, pedophiles who have never molested children are seeking social acceptance. ‘We can resist’”
How much longer until the New Pedophiles make their cause known? How much longer until well-known Christian bloggers endeavour to enlighten that we’ve had these good folk all wrong, all these years?
And will that first “out ‘n open” speech make waves in the next decade, or so? Perhaps sooner?
Perhaps at the ESPYs?