Thursday, August 25, 2011

August 17th Conference In Baltimore To "Normalize" Child Rape

A conference last week in Baltimore, hosted by the group B4U-Act, was held "to discuss key issues regarding the entry for pedophilia in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) of the American Psychiatric Association." That is from their website.  B4U-Act exists as "a unique collaborative effort between minor-attracted people and mental health professionals to promote communication and understanding between the two groups."   Got that?  Notice how the language of that statement places people with dangerous predelictions on a par with mental health professionals?  That's by design!  And notice the new politically-correct buzz word.  Minor-attracted people!  Ladies and gentlemen, if they're acting on these impulses, these "minor-attracted people" are dangerous perverts who seek to prey upon children.  Let's not let them get away with that lame attempt to manipulate the English language.

They met last week to attempt change to the American Psychiatric Association's definition of pedophilia as a mental illness.  In the not-too-distant past, gay activists succeeded in getting the APA to drop homosexual behavior and attractions from its list of mental illnesses.  This apparently is their next target.  Read what some attendees had to say about this conference.

My friend at Les Femmes has already written a good bit about this subject.  See:

But wait!  There's more!  There is another organization that is working to prime our children for sexual exploitation.  They are attempting to chide parents into believing that children are naturally precocious sexually!  What is that organization?  The US Department of Health and Human Services, led by pro-abortion "catholyc" Kathleen Sebelius.  Here's the link to which the Foxnews article refers.  It all seems so subtle on the surface, but we need to be aware of this growing threat to our children.

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