Archive for the 'Stereotypes' Category
Hot off the press from the woman to whom (lest we forget) any image of child nudity is a ticking time bomb of abusive indecency…
He was a young man of just fifteen years. His partner in crime - a wizened harridan of 36 - wearer of the Cape of Accomplishment. Fuelled by a lust kindled […]
“OK, kids. We’ll listen to you, as long as you say what we want to hear”.
If ever there was confirmation that the club-wielding ogre known as the Child-Protection Movement has completed its brutally effective hijacking of the Children’s-Rights Bandwagon, this has to be it. Now watch me as I drown in my own sarcasm.
In just […]
…Daniel Lièvre’s rebuttal of AMC’s March 13 article for Absolute Zero (an anti-pedophile organisation).
The article concerned appears to be an attempt to use cherry-picked and unsupported medical literature to (illegitimately) justify the current trend of intense hatred directed towards minor attracted persons - a group, it appears, taxonomically confused with child sex offenders and generalised […]
So many of the problems surrounding our modern, “sex is abuse” approach, spring forward from our action of trying to box the entire issue up into a, “sex is this” and “sex is not that” kind of indoctrination.
…Does someone, somewhere “own” the patent on the entire idea of sex?…
…Apparently, some people have fooled themselves into […]
One of the biggest myths about atheists, is that “we believe in nothing”…
…a statement which could not be more false.
While I can not provide you with any “party line” list of “what atheists believe”, I can tell you that every atheist individual is unique, and holds trust in a variety of things.
I, for one, trust […]
The following is a revised argument for Debate Guide. I would appreciate feedback on how it compares to the previous version (sexual character of humanity), and any possible improvements to be made.
We, as humans are highly capable of separating the act of mating from sexuality itself. With our long life cycles and complex […]
Nobody likes to be called a bully—and how an individual or a group of people get into a position of power in which they can fill the shoes of “the bully” is a cultural barometer used time and again to evaluate the actions of the great bullies of history—yet we have seen recently the rise […]
Doctor Edward Brongersma once noted, the abrupt dismissal of his work (his research, books, etc) by a reporter…
…The grounds, upon which this hasty dismissal was based, you might be wondering…was the simple fact that Dr. Brongersma, himself, was a passionately engaged member of the very class of people, who he was advocating (some would say, […]