Is Pedophilia Now Acceptable?

Is Pedophilia Now Acceptable?

Is Pedophilia Now Acceptable?

Written by Viano Dee

Pedophilia is sexual perversion in which children (who haven’t reached puberty) are the preferred sexual object. Many refer to it as more of a mental disorder than a crime.

If you’ve been paying any attention lately, you may have noticed that the #saveourchildren has been trending for a while. You probably may have wondered why?

For those of you who don’t know, the #saveourchildren “began on July 30th which was World Day Against Trafficking. Instagram influencer, Helen Owens was the one who started the recognition by sharing a powerful post bringing attention to the day and state her support to the 10 million children who live in daily sex slavery”, RollingStone reports.

She made her points and the hashtag soon went viral– viral to the point Facebook had to block it. Just like you, I was a little confused. Why would facebook choose to block a simple yet important hashtag?

Well, a lot of people began talking about how the elites have been practicing pedophilia over the years and even linking it to Pizzagate . On another hand, there were others who used the hashtag to call out Netflix for putting up a controversial poster for the movie, Cuties. The promotional poster showed 11-year-olds in skimpy clothing and that, of course, did not sit well with many.

cuties netflix controversial poster

The director of the movie wasn’t left out as she claimed to have received death threats. Doucouré, in an interview with CinEurope, said she was inspired to make the film after she saw “a group of young girls aged around 11 years old, going up on stage and dancing in a very sensual way while wearing very revealing clothes”. The reason for the movie was to show just how much social media has an impact on the life of young ladies.

Originally titled Mignonnes in France, Cuties is a coming-of-age comedy-drama written and directed by the French screenwriter and filmmaker Maïmouna Doucouré. The movie revolves around an 11-year-old immigrant girl, named Amy, who goes against her conservative Senegalese-Muslim family by joining a dance troupe, known for its indecent adult dance moves.

Netflix has since apologized publicly. However, something caught my attention.

While reading one of the threads (the one that pointed out the difference between the French and American Cuties poster above) on Twitter, this showed up. Funny enough, I only noticed it at the time of writing this article. You can look it up yourself.

At this point, it was starting to make sense. Before now, I had read some Facebook comments (unfortunately, can’t really recall where I saw them because I saved the images instead of screenshooting– my bad ) stating that they had reported some groups that seemed to be promoting pedophilia. Surprisingly, their requests were turned down by FB.

The irony of it is that a group called “End Child Trafficking Worldwide Now” was being disabled while the ones promoting pedophilia were left alone. This makes one wonder: Is pedophilia now acceptable?

Initially, when I saw the images, I thought they were fake but now on a second thought, after looking at Netflix’s response to pedophilia, it kinda makes sense.

Is Pedophilia Now Acceptable?
Is Pedophilia Now Acceptable?

Pedophiles are attaching themselves to the LGTBQ movement it seems. And in all honesty, I’m not really surprised even though some LGTBQ members are outrightly against it.

I got to find out from an acquaintance that they call themselves MAPs and NO-MAPs.

MAPs stands for Minor Attracted Persons while NO-MAPs is short for Non-Offending Minor Attracted Persons. I’m pretty sure you already understand what those mean.

Just in case you don’t, MAPs practise sexual acts with kids, NOMAPs are simply aroused by them without having any sexual intercourse with them (basically, they keep their hands to themselves).

Some claim it is a mental illness others say it is a sexual orientation. How in the world did we get here? Even animals do not defile their young until they are old enough! How depraved can people be?

Oh, it gets worse!

According to, sexually assaulted victims have been banned from speaking out in the state of Victoria.

“The state of Victoria has passed a new law that legally bans all sexual assault survivors from speaking out using their real names in cases where the offender has been found guilty – meaning tens of thousands of survivors have lost the legal rights to share their stories. The ‘Gag Law’ also limits survivors advocating for change, and in turn, protects convicted pedophiles and rapists. 

The new changes to the Judicial Proceedings Reports Act, which were quietly introduced in February, apply regardless of whether the victim consents to be named, while also silencing many survivors who have lawfully been able to tell their stories in public in the past. Those found guilty of breaking these new laws could face jail time, and fines in excess of $8,000.

Now, the only way for a survivor to speak out in public is to take the matter to court and obtain a court order – a process which survivors would have to take on themselves.”

Original 26/08/2020 Victorian Government Announces Urgent ‘Gag Law’ Reform After Sexual Assault Survivors Speak Out

However, after a heavy backlash, the government announced that it would make an amendment to the already passed law before the end of 2020. I guess we’ll see how that plays out.

It’s sad to know that even the young innocent ones aren’t safe. Share your thoughts.

— Viano Dee

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Viano Dee

Viano Dee is a non niche blogger, poet, songwriter and a hardcore romantic who believes that life is something that we all should be positive about. She writes about life generally with the hope that positive change will occur even if it's just in one person. Her write-ups could take any form: poetry, articles, and even songs in ways that'll inspire you, resonate with you, or tell a story while keeping you both informed and entertained.