Not a joke: A child sex abuse prevention center has hired a disgraced professor who believes pedophiles should be rebranded as "minor-attracted persons"

May 13th

Remember this deeply unwell and troubled man from several months ago?

Well, after getting dismissed from Old Dominion University, he's finally landed on his feet again, bringing the concept of "minor attraction" to a child abuse prevention center:

An academic who resigned from a Virginia university after saying it wasn't necessarily immoral for adults to be sexually attracted to kids has been hired by a Johns Hopkins University center aimed at preventing child sexual abuse.

"We are excited to share that Allyn Walker, PhD, will be joining the Moore Center as a postdoctoral fellow on May 25," the Moore Center for Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse in Baltimore tweeted Thursday.

The hire comes about six months after Old Dominion University announced that the 34-year-old would be stepping down as an assistant professor of sociology and criminal justice.

Walker was placed on administrative leave Nov. 16 after a firestorm erupted over the educator's controversial argument that pedophiles should be referred to as "minor-attracted persons."

It just goes to show you, kids: In this great country of ours, the American Dream is still possible.

Even a lowly non-tenured academic, for instance, can advocate a favorable rebranding of pedophilia, get dismissed from his university position in complete and total disgrace, and still be hired by one of the nation's preeminent pedophilia prevention organizations.

Not everyone in the industry was thrilled with the hire.

Here's the leader of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, for instance:

The Moore Center will most assuredly reap what it sows. That's all.


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