Originally posted by DocHolidaze
reply to post by magma
isnt someone attracted to the same sex considered gay? I say this cause scout masters are usally of the same sex so i can see how people would
associate pedophiles with gay since they are praying on the same sex
If you actually bothered to read statistics and data on the crime itself and the psychology of paedophilia, you would know that it is very rarely
about gender and is actually about power and control.
But we know that a lot of people don't like facts, evidence and scientific data, especially when it contradicts their homophobia and exposes their
opinions as being right-wing propaganda and completely irrational.
As someone has mentioned, it's not unusual for people who like to prey on children to find environments where this is possible. That is why there are
often systems in place to perform background checks on individuals (at least that is what is done in the UK).
Anyone who is seeking to work with children is required to undertake a background check, and this covers the entire country. If a person is on any
register relating to crimes against children, violence or other related crimes which would put into question their responsibility they are refused. Do
you not have a system like this in the USA?
But then again, the BSofA is a "Proudly Christian" group, so is it really so surprising that these freaks would cover up for each other just like
they have around the world in the Catholic church?
This will be interesting. Anyone linking this to the gay argument will also have to accept that it could very well be more about their precious
religion covering up disgusting crimes too.
Why is it so easy to immediately link it to gay people when it could more appropriately be linked to religious belief?
It seems to me that the greater the religious belief the higher the culture of child abuse. This has gone on in churches, religious schools,
organizations like the BSofA. That tells me this is not about gay men abusing children, it's about religious insanity fostering a culture of child