Wednesday, May 17, 2023

Connecticut follows Minnesota in first step to normalize pedophilia – HotAir

However, what about pedophiles who have violated the law and been released from prison? Or people whose sexual preferences are such that acting upon them would violate the law–pedophiles who have, for instance, sex dolls representing children, and who post photos of scantily clad children on their walls? Those who frequent playgrounds but have not committed crimes or been caught violating the law?

Can I, as a landlord, refuse to rent to them? Or could a daycare provider refuse to hire or even fire somebody who gets off on changing a child’s diapers? What if the person in question goes on vacations to engage in pedophilic activities in placed where it is legal? Not too long ago the Cultural Minister of France did precisely that, even writing about the exquisite nature of his experience, and it presented no barrier to his political power.

Under current law the answer is that you can exclude such people as you like, from employment to housing to…just about anything. If you don’t want to associate with pedophiles, have at it. I kinda like that, and so do the people of Connecticut. Or at least they used to.

Under the changes to the law? Ask a judge, and the answer could easily be “No.” Pedophilia is a protected sexual orientation. You can fire somebody for wearing a MAGA hat, but perhaps not somebody who wears a shirt saying “kids are sexy.”


Bad for society, but good for law school hypotheticals.

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Years ago there was in London a pressure group called the Paedophile Information Exchange. Some future Labour cabinet ministers supported its activities.

Posted by: dearieme | May 17, 2023 10:25:52 AM