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Sick quote in article!
“Theoretical Pedophile” James Kincaid To Speak At OISE Symposium
Dr. Charles McVety writes:
Dr. Kincaid is a well-known advocate for pedophilia, a criminal activity in Canada. He has authored several books on the topic including Child Loving in which he states “If the child is desirable, then to desire it can hardly be freakish. To maintain otherwise is to put into operation pretty hefty engines of denial and self-deception.”
The infamous organization NAMBLA (North American Man Boy Love Association) lists Dr. Kincaid as an advocate while depending on his arguments for the advancement of child abuse. Dr. Kincaid admittedly refers to himself as a “theoretical pedophile” and frequently uses the collective terms “we” or “us” when discussing child molesters.
His work has been roundly condemned by the New York Times, The Daily Mail, several British Members of Parliament and Michael Hames of Scotland Yard.
He plans to offer his…
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Sick and disgusting quote from so-called “Dr.” James Kincaid himself:
“If the child is desirable, then to desire it can hardly be freakish. To maintain otherwise is to put into operation pretty hefty engines of denial and self-deception.”
If a child is desirable to you in that way, then you are freakish and A SICK PERVERT!
3,000 Canadians Sign Petition to Stop Pedophilia Advocate from Entering Canada.
Excellent comment to a very stigmatizing article / blog post:
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Please don’t continue if you are at risk of self harm or feeling suicidal as this post contains triggers. I do not wish to adversely affect any one else’s struggle with Mental Health. This is my stuff.
I had thought of not posting this as I feel like a thought thief but it is more a gathering of information, dissemination and realization.
This comes after a recent event that I am having trouble getting past. I need to compose these thoughts so that I can understand them.
Since 8 years old, I knew I was not like my peers. I have memories from as early as 4 yrs I now know were not normal.
This is only re-enforced when I compare and peer with fearful diagnostic eyes upon my own sons life. I have always been assured to find only a beautiful, well balanced, compassionate and caring young man…
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