The Normalisation of Pedophilia
What might’ve been considered a preposterous prediction in earlier years—the normalisation of pedophilia as part of the LGBT+ agenda—is increasingly becoming a reality.
At this post’s close, are links to 3 articles and stories which reflect this trend towards desensitising public attitudes of pedophilia. But for now, consider the last dramatic social shift—gay marriage—and its connection to the matter at hand, that only ‘far right’ dissidents ever dared warn about.
Legalised in Britain by 2014, America by 2015, and Australia by 2017— gay marriage is largely considered a settled issue across the West. And given the contemporary conservative movement’s disinclined nature, it’s difficult to imagine this change reversing anytime soon.
At its very core, changed public sentiment that culminated in legalising gay marriage, represented the ultimate normalisation of homosexuality. No longer were these practices tolerated behind closed doors, while lamented; gay marriage signalled homosexuality was an entirely equal and legitimate lifestyle on a par with heterosexuality. This attitude was epitomised by pro-gay marriage advocates in 2017, who often argued “they should have the right to get married just as any straight person can.” In speaking this language of sexual equality, said campaigners laid the ground work for the later sanctioning of pedophilia.
In understanding this connection between pro-homosexual and pro-pedophilia progressivism, consider an honest Right-wing analogy. In 2015, I became a Trump supporter, and his ‘America First’ slogan struck a particular chord. It appeared logical that governments should place the interests of their own citizens first, and so, I thought ‘America First’, or ‘Australia First’ was an excellent starting point for developing policy. Once one believes in putting their own country first there is a definite pipeline to identitarianism– that group identity should be the paramount consideration for political decision making, and we should put our own people first. Personally, this chief premise of identitarianism was compelling, and President Trump aided my political journey to such a conclusion, despite his support for civic nationalism and open aversion to the alt-right.
To put this correlation simply– not all Trump supporters are identitarian; but all identitarians respect Trump’s view to putting America First.
Proponents of homosexuality (gay marriage) and pedophilia are comparable in the way Trump supporters and identitarians are similar. Whilst they differ on specific goals, all pro-homosexual and pro-pedophile activists have a shared foundation: there is nothing superior or notably desirable about an orthodox sexuality, and people should be freed from traditional religious or moral constraints on sex. Therefore, the normalisation of homosexuality through gay marriage was a necessary, whilst not inevitable step towards a similar process occurring with pedophilia.
Yet in our present circumstances–the underpinning basis for pedophile legalisation has been made out; there is a truant, purely-reactive conservative opposition; and Leftist politicians will readily sacrifice principles for power and appeasing the Cultural Marxist agenda–our descent down the slippery slope looks set to continue.