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Biscuit of the Week

Just think…parents pay around $30,000 a year (give or take a few thousand) for this garbage.

What garbage you may ask?

How about a professor at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia who came out in defense of pedophiles…oops, apparently now they’re called “minor-attracted persons.” Because we have to have a “non-offensive” term for literally anyone now.

Sounds so much less harmful, huh? Lose the stigma attached to perverts attracted to children.

Allyn Walker, assistant professor of sociology and criminal justice wrote a book called A Long Dark Shadow: Minor Attracted People and Their Pursuit of Dignity to promote acceptance of pedophiles, Big League Politics reports. Walker, clearly a confused individual, believes that pedophile behavior can be “moral.”

Walker, who is a female who believes she is a man, was conducting an interview with something called the Prostasia Foundation, a non-profit which claims to protect children with an approach that “combines [its] zero tolerance of child sexual abuse with [its] commitment to human and civil rights and sex positivity,” according to Campus Reform.

One of their main advocacy efforts is allegedly to fight against laws that ban sex dolls which are designed to look like children. Yet according to Big League Politics, Prostasia facilitates “support clubs” that give pedophiles intimate access to 13-year-old kids.

Please stop. Just stop.

Oh, random side note, did you see where they Tigray liberation Front in Ethiopia is closing in on the capital of Addis Ababa? Pay attention Pelosi you’re about to get another example of what an actual insurrection looks like.

4 thoughts on “Biscuit of the Week”

  1. I have a non offensive solution to those people it’s called one bullet. Everyone deserves a chance but once a pedophile always one the spots on a zebra don’t change places only get larger as the zebra grows older. Something to ponder.

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