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Sexuality has become one of the most convoluted and debated aspects of our culture, and as the topic becomes more heated, all sides have become increasingly volatile. As diversity allows for increasing polarity where sexuality is concerned, many show concern for fostering both their own rights and those of subsequent generations. As such, children slowly become entangled in the web that is self-expression, both by those who defend and exploit them. In this postmodern society where people view and defend truth from different angles, the innocents are quickly caught up in the crossfire, resulting in what could be damaging, long-term consequences.

In a previous entry, we discussed that one method of manipulation is the skewing of the concept of love. Few will disagree that, over time, the definition of “love” has radically changed. With physicality having replaced the importance of a heartfelt connection with others, it easy to see that sex has become confused with affection. In turn, as increased availability of physical titillation encumbers our culture, many are left progressively unsatisfied, leading to elevated levels of sexual deviance, increased use of pornography, and higher demands for sex workers (human trafficking). With the intensifying appetite for nefarious sexual exploits comes tactics that are increasingly convoluted and defended by large-scale society. These defenses are often presented as being “current” or “in the interest of everyone’s civil rights.” And, it is the exploitation of the innocent that drives such movements forward. The expanding room for diversity paves the way for certain factions to move to center stage, demanding to be recognized as having an orientation with equal rights. Emerging now to that point on center stage is the pedophile’s opportunity to frame his or her illness as an “orientation.”

According to the American Psychiatric Association, pedophilia has been considered a psychiatric disorder since 1968.[i] Thus, the “normalization” of it seems contradictory, yet it is beginning to occur. However, the technicality making this sickness defensible in today’s society is its label. That a person would have the compulsion to become sexually involved with a child but would choose not to act on it, for many who defend this position, creates a point of safety, and even of sympathy, for the pedophile. Many are working to rename the condition in a more politically correct, nonthreatening way. Several terms have recently surfaced, one of which is MAP (“minor-attracted person”),[ii] and under the new headings, the attraction to children is being increasingly asserted as an “orientation.” This is a vital distinction, because if pedophilia is a psychiatric disorder, the pedophile becomes obligated to obtain treatment or attempt to overcome the desire. However, as an orientation, pedophilia stands to become embraced as such (and it’s rapidly moving in this direction) and our children will be targeted by pressure to engage in relationships that their minds and emotions aren’t ready to encounter. The damage dealt to these innocents will be irreversible and lifelong.

De-villainizing the MAP’s image is already being sown into the public’s worldview. Statements are being made citing the loneliness and disparagement of those who are attracted to people who are off-limits. This is a dangerous propaganda: It enables the disease aspect to become accepted, while freeing those who suffer it from the responsibility of finding another way to deal with these urges—likely by seeking professional help. If pedophilia (or the same condition presented under a different label) were to become an orientation, then it could be used as a premise to claim that the pedophiles are free to pursue their happiness as long as there are no victims. (The problem is that, in pedophilia, there are always victims, as statistics indicate. We’ll come back to this in a bit.) On a more immediate note, once children are conditioned and coerced into showing curiosity about sex, then to involve them in the pursuits of a pedophile could become viewed as reciprocation of predatory advances, to which some will likely try to put forward a “victimless” argument for the activity. If the movement catches on, pedophilia could become legalized, sympathized with, and even justified as a new orientation. Allow us to elaborate.




In order to present this orientation as an interaction that exists without victims, then the issue must become one of making a case that a child would actually want to have sex. If it’s consensual, there’s no problem, right? However, this thinking produces some obstacles, since a child’s curiosity is, left to develop on its own, a slow process that’s incremental to what is age-appropriate. As such, children won’t reciprocate an adult’s desire to have sex with them unless conditioning is involved. Developmental stages occur over a period of years and render people—in an ideal society that isn’t sexually charged—ready to follow such urges in their early adulthood. This leaves those who move toward pedophilia with one major problem: Their intended victims aren’t interested. In order to foster a sexual connection with the young and still-developing population, the interest has to be carefully seeded and cultivated. And, since the way to legalize pedophilia will be done from the position of defending the rights of the child, the conditioning of such thought has to hide in plain sight so that it will appear that this interest and desire is instigated by the children themselves.

Like taking candy from a baby…

These authors wish we had time to elaborate on the type of public gaslighting taking place here on a large-scale, cultural level. However, for the sake of time, let’s use an example of the type of exchange we’re explaining. Since, when discussing our children, we’re speaking of the most trusting and vulnerable members of our society, the example below is reasonable using the example of an elderly woman:

Let’s say an elderly woman lives down the street from me (Allie Henson). She has a hundred dollars in her bank account, and I am aware that she is in the early phases of dementia, so she is cognitively interactive but malleable (just like a child). Now, let’s say that I want her to give me that hundred dollars. However, she doesn’t want to give it to me, because she can’t afford it and has no interest in sharing her money with me. I continue to press her, placing messages in her mailbox and at her door about how fun it is to give away money. I even walk up and down the street singing songs about it (this might seem ridiculous, but it’s a fair comparison to how a child’s life is inundated with sexual content via media, ads, music, movies, and so on). I even promise to use the money to take her on trips, shopping sprees, and fine dinners at beautiful restaurants (thus attaching the notion of “relationship” to my agenda). She is allured by the camaraderie that she believes I am promising, and her desire for friendship and people-pleasing is piqued (just as that of a child would be under the right conditioning).

During this process, onlookers begin to stand up for her rights, telling me that she doesn’t have to give me the hundred dollars. They can see that I will never make good on the promises that I’ve made, because it’s impractical to imagine that a hundred dollars will do all the things I say it will. (This is just as “romantic” love with a child can never do what the perpetrator promises. Such love requires an intellectual connection that one can never have with a brain still traveling through the developmental stages of childhood/teenage years. This very point reinforces why children aren’t ready for sexual connection.)

Then, I subtly change my approach. I continue to tell the woman how much it will enrich her life to give me the money, but this time I explain to her that it’s in her own best interest that I’m asking for it. I tell her it’s because I care about her and want her to enjoy all the rewards that she’ll get by sharing her money with me. When onlookers oppose my agenda, I state that they’re attempting to control her (the same way society tells children whose innocence is being protected by parents or guardians that the custodians are being repressive or overprotective). I even go so far as to claim that those who would barricade my plans for the woman are only trying to control her, to deprive her of all the joy it will bring her to give me her money. I become more assertive, telling her that it’s her right to give me the hundred dollars if she wants. If she feels so inclined, nobody should try to stop her. I begin to implant indignation against her protectors in her thoughts. I say, “How dare these others try to stop her from pursuing happiness?” I remind her that she should be allowed to make her own decisions regarding her money, and state flat-out that anyone who tries to change her mind needs to back off and respect her decision. (Does any of this sound like the narrative children are being fed regarding their sexuality right now?)

After all, why are these third parties barging in on our conversation? This has nothing to do with them! How dare they not let her decide what she wants to do with her money?! Why, these others are infringing on her civil rights! As I begin to stir up enmity against those who stand up for her, I continue the slow, extensive conditioning that occurs via the conversation being continually repeated. Eventually, the woman becomes so accustomed to hearing this dialogue about the hundred dollars that the lines of the conversation begin to blur in her easily influenced, elderly mind. She doesn’t remember her original reasons for wanting to keep her money, and I’ve filled her mental and physical space with so many messages of all the good things that will happen to her if she gives me her money that she becomes curious about what it would be like to give her money to someone else. (Again, if you don’t think this type of conditioning is happening with our children, then look around at the music, toys, television sitcoms, commercials, and even cartoons that are being thrust into our children’s psyches at perpetually younger ages.)

I begin to rally for her “right” to give me the money, and eventually that gains momentum. When she finally surrenders her hundred dollars to me, those who acted on her behalf in the first place because they saw her as mentally vulnerable and me as predatory have been painted as the enemies. The one who wanted to exploit her finances (me) has done so and drained her bank account, with the woman’s consent. Those who make it legally easier for con artists like myself celebrate the victory, and the woman returns home penniless. My promises of vacations and fancy dinners are, of course, never kept, because they were never possible in the first place with a budget of a hundred dollars (just as authentic, mature love cannot happen between a child and an adult). The camaraderie the woman hoped for never occurs, because I wasn’t after her companionship in the first place (just as an intellectual connection is not what a pedophile is looking for with a child). The woman lives out her years penniless, deprived of medications she can no longer afford (just as exploited children grow up unable to reclaim and restore the damaged stages of their development), and I have now paved the way for others with malevolent intentions to more easily prey on other vulnerable and weak members of society.


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Long-term Consequences of Early Sexual Encounters

Because children aren’t ready for sexual interaction until their bodies and minds have fully formed, earlier encounters have the potential to impact them in the same way that abuse does, even if it is the child’s coerced perception that he or she is consenting. Researchers have found direct connections between child sexual abuse and later risky and maladaptive behavior. Most often cited among women—but certainly not the only ones—are post-traumatic stress disorder, eating disorders, anxiety, low self-esteem, relationship issues (such as conflict and toleration of violence), risky sexual behavior (such as that which can lead to unplanned pregnancy, transmission of disease, or lack of discrimination regarding a number of sexual partners), and depression with or without suicidal thoughts.[iii] Studies have shown that child sexual abuse is linked to increased subsequent risky activity such as prostitution and engagement in activities that place them at elevated risk for transmission of HIV.[iv] CSA (child sexual abuse) has been, in males especially, connected to risky sexual decision-making and behavior and increased alcohol consumption, a cyclical issue that self-perpetuates as each of these factors then fuels the other.[v] Among adult men, it is found that surviving CSA “[influences] risk-taking in an early and ongoing fashion…[contributing to] elevated…number of sexual partners…inconsistent condom use…exchanging sex for drugs or money…using alcohol prior to or during sex…[and] elevated rates of sexually transmitted infections.”[vi] CSA is associated with younger alcohol use (as early as preteen years) and higher rates of “binge drinking,” with victims often indulging in “3 times the amount of alcohol consumed by their non-abused counterparts.”[vii] Likewise, many report consuming multiple drinks in one setting and at times drinking alcohol before or during school hours.[viii] By mid-life, “men who experienced unwanted sexual activity during childhood were significantly more likely to report alcohol-related problems” than those who don’t have such childhood experiences.[ix] Studies have revealed that 59 percent of incarcerated males report CSA occurring before their thirteenth birthday, and 64 percent experienced unwelcome advances (such as kissing or fondling).[x] CSA is conclusively linked to later-life difficulties such as nightmares, flashbacks, denial, repression, abusive relationships, domestic violence, difficulty with sexual function,[xi] and even violence and sexual aggression.[xii]

Unfortunately, there are well-meaning people who believe that children are sexually repressed unless encouraged to explore this area of their identity. Sadly, the efforts of adults are being exploited by a larger hand that wishes to destroy our children and instill irreversible damage upon their lives. Introducing an idea to a child doesn’t mean he or she is ready to explore such realms. Children show curiosity about crossing the road long before they are rationally developed enough to understand how to go about it safely. Children indicate interest in jobs—wondering what they’ll be when they grow up—long before they’re cognitively ready to juggle the responsibilities that come with employment. I (Allie Henson) remember a time when I was about nine when I had done the math and decided that it would be just as cheap for our family to eat McDonald’s Happy Meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner rather than to fuss with buying groceries and cooking. Thank God my mom didn’t indulge that silliness; a diet like that leads to obesity, diabetes, autoimmune conditions, heart conditions, hypertension, skin problems, and myriad other health problems. Young people often think they know what’s in their best interest, but it is adults’ jobs to guide them. It is vital to understand that being capable of expressing curiosity about an area of life doesn’t mean they’re ready to explore it.

Conditioning through Toys

At this very moment, children are being groomed to embrace sexuality, whether we recognize it or not. One of the most obvious ways this conditioning is occurring—besides media, television shows, movies, and music—is through the toys marketed to them. One example is the Trolls World Tour Giggle ’n Sing Poppy Troll Doll, which features a button placed between the legs that, when pushed, causes the doll to make surprised sounds such as gasps and shocked giggles.[xiii] After outrage incited the circulation of a petition signed by nearly 325,000 parents, Hasbro pulled this doll from shelves.[xiv] The company’s explanations for the button’s placement ranged from it being a complete accident (yeah, right…) to it being intended to trigger the doll making funny noises when seated.

Other toys that have yet to be called out include LOL Surprise dolls, which come with androgynous clothing but are available in both genders. Several layers of packaging wrapping the boy dolls are suspiciously riddled with drawings of pizza—a sign many link to pedophilia and even human trafficking—and these male dolls come equipped with testes. The girls, when dipped in cold water, manifest lingerie of various styles and colors (some of which are mature, sexy, or appear in adult themes such as black, strappy fishnet). Since they’re sold in opaque packaging, shoppers can’t see what the doll is until the purchase has been made, hence the “surprise.” For parents expecting toys as innocent as those of yesteryear, these dolls are aptly named.

Drag Queen Story Hour

Other ways children are being taught too early about sexuality can be seen through recent events appropriately titled “Drag Queen Story Hour” wherein drag queens host story times at local libraries. Some appear, in demonic dress, reading children “gender-fluid novels,”[xv] while others strip in front of the children[xvi] or teach them to twerk (a dance wherein the rump gyrates quickly).[xvii] Some readers have even been seen lying on the floor, with children sprawling on top of them.[xviii] In one instance, a drag queen wearing only sheer tights under a miniskirt sat, legs wide open, frontal-flashed children at eye-level when bending over to pick up a book.[xix] Worse, in at least one case, the hosting library neglected to run a background check on the drag queens, and “a man charged for sexually assaulting…[an eight-year-old boy[xx]] was allowed to entertain children at drag queen storytime” (confirming the very point we’re attempting to make here).[xxi]

Allowing this type of activity introduces sexual confusion to children at an age when they’re not ready to process what they’re seeing. Since children aim to please, they’re easily swayed into playing roles that aren’t healthy for a developing mind. The organizations behind activities such as the drag-queen story time readily admit that their goal is to “groom” the next generation to accept greater sexual diversity, and they state that they’re actively recruiting younger members to join their way of life.[xxii] The agenda sounds good to many citizens: “A lot of core values of being a drag queen—love, acceptance, joy, laughter, self-expression—are values that we want to instill in our kids, so it is very important that we bring this program…[to share] the joy of reading, and the joy of just spreading love.” However, the images of these interactions posted online—children sprawled across semi-clad drag queens laying on the floor and adults nearly nude/dressed in S&M-style clothing while posing with children—make it seem that a far darker agenda clouds their motives.[xxiii]

And, this agenda could be escalating as younger children take an interest in joining these efforts. Recent drag sensation Desmond Napoles, known as “Desmond is Amazing,” was born in 2007 and is the youngest drag queen at this time in America. An icon in the LGBTQ culture, he is celebrated, featured in magazines, and marches in pride parades.[xxiv] As he gains popularity, it’s likely that other children will want to follow this movement, but they’ll do so at the peril of being exploited by those who would abuse their impressionability.

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[i] “What Is Pedophilia?” WebMD. 2020. Accessed November 6, 2020.

[ii] Denkinson, Katherine. “Outrage as Paedophiles Rebrand Themselves as ‘Minor-Attracted Persons’ in Chilling Online Propaganda Drive.” Daily Mail. June 27, 2020. Accessed November 6, 2020.

[iii] Roemmele, M., & Messman-Moore, T. L. “Child Abuse, Early Maladaptive Schemas, and Risky Sexual Behavior in College Women.” Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 2011. 20(3), 264-283. Doi:10.1080/10538712.2011.575445.

[iv] Ibid.

[v] Schraufnagel, T. J., Davis, K. C., George, W. H., & Norris, J. “Childhood Sexual Abuse in Males and Subsequent Risky Sexual Behavior: A Potential Alcohol-Use Pathway.” 2010. Child Abuse & Neglect, 34(5), 369-378. Dio:10.1016,j.chiabu.2009.08.013.

[vi] Ibid.

[vii] Ibid.

[viii] Ibid.

[ix] Ibid.

[x] Johnson, R. J., Ross, M. W., Taylor, W. C., Williams, M. L., Carvajal, R. I., Peters, R. J. “Prevalence of Childhood Sexual Abuse among Incarcerated Males in County Jail.” Child Abuse Negl. 2006 Jan;30(1):75-86. doi: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2005.08.013. Epub 2006 Jan 18. PMID: 16412506.

[xi] Hall, M., & Hall, J. (2011). “The “Long-Term Effects of Childhood Sexual Abuse: Counseling Implications. Retrieved from

[xii] King, A. R., Kuhn, S. K., Strege. C., Russell, T. D., Kolander, T. “Revisiting the Link Between Childhood Sexual Abuse and Adult Sexual Aggression.” Child Abuse Negl. 2019 Aug; 94:104022. doi: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2019.104022. Epub 2019 Jun 12. PMID: 31200261.

[xiii] Espinoza, Joshua. “Hasbro Pulls Trolls Doll from Shelves After Complaints of Feature Promoting Child Sex Abuse.” Complex. August 7, 2020.

[xiv] Ibid.

[xv] Barnhart, Melissa. “Franklin Graham Lauds Parents for Protesting Drag Queen Story Hour at Libraries.” Christian Post. September 8, 2018. Accessed November 6, 2020.

[xvi] Library MOMitors. “Drag Queen Strips for Kids in the King County Library.” September 27, 2019. Accessed November 6, 2020. YouTube Video, 1:43.

[xvii] LifeSiteNews. “Drag Queen Teaches Children to ‘Twerk.’” August 7, 2019. Accessed November 6, 2020. YouTube Video, 0:42.

[xviii] Prestigiacomo, Amanda. “Photos Reveal Children Laid on Top of Drag Queens at Library ‘Drag Queen Story Hour.’” Daily Wire. July 25, 2019.

[xix] Du Cane, Lionel. “Drag Queen Accidentally Flashes Children at Story Hour.” National File. March 10, 2020. Accessed November 6, 2020.

[xx] Film Everything. “Drag Queen Story Time Grooming Your Children.” November 5, 2019. Accessed November 6, 2020. YouTube Video, 5:38.

[xxi] “Drag Queen Storytime Reader Once Charged with Child Sex Assault.” ABC Eyewitness News. March 15, 2019. Accessed November 6, 2020.

[xxii] Film Everything. “Drag Queen Story Time Grooming Your Children.” November 5, 2019. Accessed November 6, 2020. YouTube Video, 5:38.

[xxiii] Ibid.

[xxiv] Fatherly. “Drag Kid Desmond Is a Ten-Year-Old Aspiring Drag Queen.” March 20, 2018. Accessed November 6, 2020. YouTube Video, 9:12.

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