Persons and organisations to research
Two documentaries portraying pedophiles as victims seeks acceptance and to normalize pedophilia.
IPedophile a documentary promoted by CBC described in news article to empathize with pedophiles.
Another documentary titled Daniel's World about a pedophile coming out and being accepted in parade.
There is a trailer for Daniel's World.
This topic is extremely difficult for many but we must be strong and be aware to keep children safe.
Many believe there is an agenda to normalize pedophilia watch video of full conference speech at TedX
Speaker, Madeleine Van Der Bruggen, makes a case pedophilia is simply a sexual orientation that can be neither chosen nor changed.
She makes her plea to “stop with the hate!” (sound familiar?).
She argues that everybody probably knows someone with a pedophilic interest. And, really, they’re just like you.
Most don’t talk about it because it’s illegal. Imagine, she asks, if you’re told you could never act on your passion?
She implores us to imagine “how lonely” that must be.
There is a campaign pushing for tolerance. This image below reveals the nonsense of it all.
Portraying pedophiles as victims is a scheme for acceptance.
Dr James Cantor is an expert with pedophiles and is a psychologist at CAMH
Cantor said in a BBC documentary "pedophilia is a sexual orientation." the video has since been removed.
Trailer of IPedophile documentary published by CBC and directed by Mathew Campia.
Dr James Cantor hosted a screening of a documentary titled "Daniel's world" about a pedophile coming out.
Does CBC video below exploit or indoctrinate children?
Why is the topic of sexuality a discussion with young children?