04 December 2013

APA Tries To Reclassify Paedophilia as a Sexual Orientation

You know how gay advocates constantly try to suggest it’s a valid argument that psychological and psychiatric institutions believe homosexuality is just another sexual orientation? You know how in reality there is zero credible evidence for homosexuality being biological, other than poorly sampled research and unfalsifiable theories? Well these same methods will be used to normalise every sexual fetish out there, because the LGBT theory is that sexuality is a fluid concept, and therefore we can all be attracted to, frankly, anything. Want proof? How about the fact that that the American Psychiatric Association (APA) tried to make paedophilia just another sexual orientation in the DSM-V Manual?

Thankfully the outcry among Conservatives was so strong that it was withdrawn. But what do the gay columnists at the Huffington Post do? They come out in support of the APA claim that it was all just an innocent mistake, and that Conservatives were just “freaking out”. Why would this be an issue with leftist gay people? That’s a little strange isn’t it? Could it be that the answer lies in how these groups are constantly trying to push the boat out and bully people into submission, and this is how homosexuality became nothing but a “sexual orientation” decades ago? 


Do you think this is something new? Well, it isn’t. Psychiatrists are constantly pushing their luck, trying to normalise paedophilia into just another sexual orientation. Cultural Marxism has a very seedy past in this area, and thankfully there is enough moral grounding in civilisation left to have kept this at bay for decades. But how much longer can this be assured? Leftists are relentless, and they never, ever, admit their true intentions, as history shows us. Until people recognise these wolves in sheep’s clothing this battle of cultural subversion will continue.

Does homosexuality being a fetish mean it should be banned? No, at least not in a libertarian sense. Should we ban BDSM or the countless other sexual fetishes out there? Not necessarily. Two legally consenting adults should be free to associate with one another when coercion and force are not in play. But the argument that conservatives would make is that homosexuality erodes morality in civilisation, and has done in history. That’s pretty convincing when you study the behaviour of LGBT groups, who aren’t called the gay mafia for nothing. Gay people should have stopped at the point where they were free to have sex or live with whoever they wanted. Instead they had to keep pushing for gay marriage, to destroy the nuclear family, and to reclassify sexuality as a fluid concept that encompasses any desire. None of this is biological. There are many things that happen in nature that don’t require a “gene”.

The truth is that we’re all animals, and as such we have desires that we yearn to satiate. There’s also nothing wrong with sex for the sake of sex. If desires are not met, we’ll try to satisfy them in other ways, hence the huge array of fetishes out there. But to suggest that heterosexuality is the same as homosexuality is absurd. Homosexuality has no purpose other than pleasure, whereas sexual pleasure necessarily entices an entire species into continuing the cycle of life. The fact that the sophistry around us is so strong now that this needs to be clarified is truly a sad state of affairs.

5 comments:

  1. Good point. Heterosexuality indeed has a point beyond pleasure. It has an outcome (IE a child) which requires maintenance beyond the pleasurable aspects of a mere sexual act. It's this maintenance aspect that gives rise to a requisite for cultural norms that both nurture and support the long term outcome that follows a heterosexual act. With homosexuality there is nothing beyond the basic act of pleasurable sex and therefore no need for subsequent supportive societal structures. I can at least imagine (and I am only speculating) that someone who has come to view sex as purely a pleasurable act would struggle to understand a society around them that has put in place cultural norms to both guide and support sexual behaviour between heterosexual people. I also think that this confusion is also further compounded in a world where the advent of a multitude of contraceptive methods has turned heterosexual relations in to something that can equally be a purely pleasurable act without consequence. I am not against contraception - obviously, but this line of thought helps me make sense of institutions like the Catholic churches insistence that contraception is a bad thing for the society. If you look at it from a strictly religious point of view, Pandora's box has been opened.

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    1. Great comment. Opening Pandora's box is the perpetual goal of leftists. Then, when the box is opened, the fools realise that the entire point of encouraging narcissistic behaviour was to regress a culture so it can be subverted and taken over. Then you get more than you bargained for, i.e. totalitarianism.

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    2. Agreed. People often don't realise what they had until it's gone.

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  2. Is it just the APA or do similar organizations in other countries also push to normalize paedophilia?

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    1. There appear to be many using exactly the same tactics that normalised homosexuality, or at least made the false claim that it was innate, and not a fetish derived from adverse experiences.

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