Yikes! This Assistant Professor At Old Dominion University Is Out Here Trying To Normalize Pedophilia
ยท Nov 12, 2021 ยท NottheBee.com

Buckle your seatbelts and listen to this "non-binary" assistant professor at Old Dominion University explain why it's a good idea to rebrand pedophiles as "minor-attracted persons" or "MAPS":

If this doesn't make you want to puke, I don't know what will.

Allyn Walker is a "queer criminologist" and assistant prof at Old Dominion University. Walker is also a member of the LGBTQ community if you couldn't guess.

And wouldn't you know it, right on schedule, we have an academic from a serious university leading us down the slippery slope we were told didn't exist.

Walker contends that it's important to use a "less stigmatizing" term to describe those who wish to have sex with children, not using the term pedophile but instead their preferred term.

The real problem with pedophiles is the branding issue. Never mind that the term pedophile literally already means someone attracted to children.

No, this dude wants us to reframe the discussion around these issues so that we don't hurt the feelings of pedophiles.

The professor goes on:

Oh no, the pedophiles may feel like they're bad people even if they don't act on their feelings? So we need to make it okay that they feel attracted to literal children then?

This is madness!

It's really hard to cope when you think you're a terrible person because you have attractions you can't change.

What is this "non-binary" person trying to say?

It seems like this person has a lot of sympathy for this group of pervs.

Congratulations to the "born this way" crowd. You have officially given cover to people who want to abuse children.

But yeah, the slippery slope "doesn't" exist.

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