Thursday, November 29, 2012


About the movie:
For the first time a documentary examines the global impact of pedophilia from a cultural and professional perspective.

We live in a society that condemns pedophiles, though biological instinct and world cultures throughout history suggest that an attraction to adolescents is unavoidable. The fashion industry on the one hand sexualizes ever-younger girls while those who act on these instincts are reviled. The apparent hypocrisy at the heart of society forces the question:

What do we mean when we talk about Pedophilia?

The film also explores the many dangers children face and exposes the systematic violation of children rights by societies and how the pedophilia hysteria has led to the mass incarceration of adults and children. In conclusion, we are faced with both the contradiction of a society which sexualizes youth and the question: Are All Men Pedophiles?

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SOIssues said...

Mary was given Jesus Christ by God, not due to someone marrying and having sex with a child.

Dale H. (Day) Brown said...

Who gets to define "child"? European age of consent averages 14.5 years ranging from 12 to 18. Hardly less civilized. "Nubile" in Latin meant a 14 year old girl ready for marriage.

No matter what the age, mental incompetents cannot give 'consent', so the logical qualification should not be the age, but passing the GED or getting a High school diploma.

Euro said...

So very true.... in one European (extremely civilized and pleasant) country that I am quite familiar with the AOC is 14 UNLESS it can be proven that a mental, emotional or financial deficiency was exploited. This is on a case-by-case basis. The concept! You would think they would be all living in caves, but alas....

Furthermore, a person under 18 is still considered a juvenile (although one that is thought to have a brain and free will when it comes to making out and sex) and would be prosecuted as such in the case of criminal activity.

The US is strange... a 17 year old is deemed incompetent to decide that he / she would like to engage in sexual activity, but is considered an adult when committing a crime as young as 12.

Who is living in the 17th Century now?

Dale H. (Day) Brown said...

Wrong century. Gibbon said Christians were utterly convinced Jesus would return in their lifetime. They have not changed a bit, but now the world has, and the hypocrisy they've always practised is on this screen.