Orangutan wrote:If the Progressive Left and Islam can agree on anything, it is that marrying nine year olds ought to be acceptable.
https://wikiislam.net/wiki/Contemporary ... _Marriages
Excuse me while I vomit.
TDG wrote:Paedophiles are a line that if they try to cross, Trump being elected will seem like foreplay to the hell that will be unleashed.
There's a big difference between two consenting adults deciding what they they want to put in and out of each other and a kid and an adult doing the same.
I say let them try though. The more they pipe up, the more we know who these sick fuckin' degenerates are.
Slade wrote:It won't be long until Hollyweird films will start to shove this down our throats, followed by witty sitcoms where pedos are portrayed as funny and wonderful people.
Orangutan wrote:Slade wrote:It won't be long until Hollyweird films will start to shove this down our throats, followed by witty sitcoms where pedos are portrayed as funny and wonderful people.
It is already happening. Recognize this dude from Family Guy?
Do you think a comical portrayal like this would have been even remotely acceptable even in the 90s? In the past you didn't even joke about pedos, but now they're a subject of mockery. That means the taboo is being "disarmed" so to speak.
They don't even conceal this anymore.
A California Republican claims Democratic-backed legislation aimed at protecting underage sex trafficking victims actually pushes minors into prostitution.
"Beginning on Jan. 1, prostitution by minors will be legal in California. Yes, you read that right," Assemblyman Travis Allen, whose district covers parts of Orange County, wrote Thursday in the conservative D.C. publication the Washington Examiner.
Allen's attack on the "terribly destructive legislation" has lit up social media — but the intention of the law is not as alarming as he suggests, its supporters say.
Senate Bill 1322, which was signed into law by Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown in September, goes into effect on Sunday.
"So teenage girls (and boys) in California will soon be free to have sex in exchange for money without fear of arrest or prosecution," Allen wrote.
SB 1322, he added, "bars law enforcement from arresting sex workers who are under the age of 18 for soliciting or engaging in prostitution, or loitering with the intent to do so."
And that's true — the law does state that minors won't be treated as criminals if they are caught under such circumstances. But state Democrats say that distinction was necessary so that the children aren't being blamed or punished for their situation.
They are instead to be treated as victims who can be placed into a safe environment by the Department of Social Services, keeping them out of the criminal justice system and potentially off the streets again forced into prostitution, said state Sen. Holly Mitchell, who introduced SB 1322.
In his op-ed, Allen acknowledged that Democrats are "sincere in their belief that decriminalizing underage prostitution is good public policy that will help victims of sex trafficking." But he said SB 1322 is "misguided" because it would theoretically allow pimps who exploit children to continue doing so because the children aren't being adequately removed.
"Simply put, more time on the street and less time in jail means more money for pimps, and more victims for them to exploit," Allen wrote.
Allen could not be reached Friday for further comment.
The law's backers deny that children won't be helped, and say the alternative if they are arrested of juvenile hall again victimizes them.
"The law is supposed to protect vulnerable children from adult abuse, yet we brand kids enmeshed in sex-for-pay with a scarlet 'P' and leave them subject to shame and prosecution," Mitchell said in September.
A sickening new "comedy" show on FOX features a 6-year-old boy wearing a bondage gag.
Other scenes show the boy dressing like a girl and commenting how the dress he's wearing "kind of breezes on my vagina."
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