Anonymous Attacks NAMBLA

310px-NAMBLA_logo.svgI was blissfully unaware that April 25 was “Alice Day”, an occasion for pedophiles to celebrate their proclivities. However, Anonymous was very much aware. The hacker organization took down several pedo and pedo-friendly websites, including NAMBLA’s (The North American Man-Boy Love Association). What are your thoughts about the attack on NAMBLA? Do you approve? What about the organization’s rights to free speech? Is there a line? Where should it be drawn, Disinfonauts?

More about the attack can be found here:

Daily Dot:

Target No. 1 is a Russian-hosted imageboard filled with password-protected albums such as “boy Self pics” and “girls in the bathroom.” Target No. 2 is a “free bookmarking & blogging platform” with “sex” in the URL. Target No. 3 is a popular porn-streaming site with the tagline “where anything legal stays” and the unfortunate reputation for lax security measures against user-submitted underage content. (In talking to the Anonymous source, this is the one he seemed most excited about taking down.) Another is a North American Man-Boy Love Association page. Other sites on the list include nauseating URLs with variations of “teen,” “junior,” “models,” “9 to 12,” and “jailbait.”

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  • Hadrian999

    seems pointless, but that’s what I have come to expect from ananymous

    • Lady of the Snows

      Not that real paedos don’t deserve it, but still. Who do Anonymous go after, Scientology and the Catholic Church?

      Why not Big Pharma and Planned Parenthood (read about the whole Warren Gosnell affair, the way choicetards and the media covered that up was really no different from how the Church covered up perverts in the clergy but which was worse).

      Its safe politically correct targets, and no one cares about the rights of paedos either.

      • godozo

        Actually, Scientology was once the baddest bully in the playground of free speech. You’re talking about a church that went so far as to fully infiltrate the US government. Once people who tried to escape from the COS’s clutches hoped for quiet anonymity…and were often attacked by the church to the point of suicide for many.

        Once, to expose the Church of Scientology to journalism meant the paper suffered from severe attacks. These guys would hit and hit and hit…you had to be BIG and fearless. Like 60 Minutes in the seventies, or Time Magazine in the mid-nineties (I remember both of those well).

        It was Anonymous who turned around and struck at Scientology until they were made safe to ridicule. That was big – trust me on that.

        (No, I never was a COS adherent. The closest I came was stepping into a storefront in the early eighties that just happened to be open but empty (thank God) and reading a letter where the letter-writer thanked L Ron Hubbard from freeing him from drug addiction. I ran out the second I saw the name “L Ron Hubbard” and haven’t been tempted since.)

        • Lady of the Snows

          Before Chanology, no one was ever successfully sued for pointing out dianetics is a scam, that Hubbard stole his ideas from Crowley, or that he lied when he said humans evolved from clams. Websites existed debunking all of these claims, for years AFAIK.

      • Noah_Nine

        they got ron paul pretty bad just recently….

    • Lady of the Snows

      Not that real paedos don’t deserve it, but still. Who do Anonymous go after, Scientology and the Catholic Church?

      Why not Big Pharma and Planned Parenthood (read about the whole Warren Gosnell affair, the way choicetards and the media covered that up was really no different from how the Church covered up perverts in the clergy but which was worse).

      Its safe politically correct targets, and no one cares about the rights of paedos either.

  • Charlie Primero

    To avoid hypocrisy and remain logically consistent, anyone who supports attacking the websites of disgusting pedophiles must also support attacking websites like DisInfo.com.

    • Panda King

      Because they attack groups that promote child abuse, they should, to be logically consistent, support attacks on any group?

      • Andrew

        There be some arbitrary yet persnickety definitions under that thar logic.

    • ishmael2009

      I call bullshit on that. How do you draw an equivalence between illegal pedophilia and an alternative news website?

      • Hadrian999

        legality is irrelevant, if the site has no actual child porn on it i should be left alone. if the site contains or distributes the material they should do something more concrete than a denial of service or vandalizing the page.

        • ishmael2009

          The article makes it clear that these sites are used to distribute child porn. When you say that in such cases “they” should “do something more concrete” what exactly is it you think they can or should be doing?

          • Hadrian999

            if they want to pretend to be big time hacker super heroes maybe actually steal their data and out every person that uses the site, distribute the contact info they trade, publish credit card numbers. DDOS and vandalization is a game for children. oh and nambla is an advocacy organization and most likely kept free of actual illegal content to keep it operating

          • ishmael2009

            Absolutely. Hopefully that’s coming. It’s certainly what happened the last time they launched a campaign like this –

            http://techland.time.com/2011/11/04/anonymous-releases-ip-info-for-190-alleged-pedophiles/

          • Andrew

            How about firebombing the building that houses their computers?

      • Charlie Primero

        I don’t draw equivalence between such websites. Aggression against the property of others is immoral.

        • ishmael2009

          You don’t think there’s cases where other issues override the right to property? So, for example, you would also condemn those who lie down in the road to attempt to block access to construction crews building a heavily polluting new incinerator or factory making dioxins?

          • Charlie Primero

            Wacky lifeboat scenarios can generate instances where principle can be rightly violated. Those situations don’t invalidate the principle. Matt asks “where is the line”. I say it’s more important to uphold the principle of freedom of speech.

          • ishmael2009

            Well we’re talking really about access to property here, whether that property is intellectual (a website) or physical (a factory) so if you admit that there are cases where denying others access to that property is justified it seems difficult to then try and differentiate between physical and intellectual property.

            I do appreciate your point about freedom of speech. It seems like you’re something of an anarchist-libertarian in your views and I respect that. Anything which seeks to restrict freedom of speech in any way must be suspect. But there are other rights, which sometimes conflict. What about the children’s right to privacy which dissemination of images of them breaches?

            Incidentally, if you are of an anarchist persuasion, apropos of your comments on the immorality of aggression, have you read Edward Abbey’s masters thesis “Anarchy and the Morality of Violence”? His defence of some degree of violence in cases of obvious injustice is quite an interesting one.

          • Charlie Primero

            I don’t know what these pedophile websites are. I’ve never seen them. Maybe they advocate fair court trials for pedos. Maybe they swap tips on how to acquire children. Those would determine the “wrongness” of attacking their property.
            Anytime “Anonymous” attacks someone’s freedom of speech, I get wary.

          • Grey Knight

            Please provide your full name and address to facilitate further questioning by your local Police regarding your support and possible involvement in child molestation.

          • Noah_Nine

            freedom of speech is protected by the LAW…. anon operates OUTSIDE of the law… Free speech is not in danger here….

        • Andrew

          I don’t agree that website hacking is a form of aggression against property, nor that aggression against the property of others is always immoral.

          • Charlie Primero

            When is it moral to aggress against others?

          • Andrew

            I also do not agree that aggression against a person’s property is the same as aggression against the person.

          • kowalityjesus

            You know, I would have marked you as one of the less likely absolute proponents for turning the other cheek…

            I have taken up a similar line of argument with the regulars before. I might finally have the gumption to ask whether anyone has ever had a 10-year-old boy grab your hand and force it towards his crotch? What does that bode for your moral compass?

            Myself, I am glad that I was completely sexless through my youth, but it doesn’t seem like everyone is that way.

          • Calypso_1

            Turning the other cheek can be an excellent strategic move.
            It provides additional evidence of the other party’s aggression & enhanced sympathy for your follow up self-defense.

          • kowalityjesus

            its practical. it’s God’s will.

          • Andrew

            > I might finally have the gumption to ask whether anyone has ever had a
            10-year-old boy grab your hand and force it towards his crotch?

            I haven’t. How old were you at the time?

            > What
            does that bode for your moral compass?

            Nothing. What does it bode for yours?

          • kowalityjesus

            26. I think I was substantially more attractive than most fat priests, and therefore could not consider this necessarily indicative of those circumstances. But to those who think pederasty is exclusively predation by the elder, I would give complaint.

          • Andrew

            I’d suspect he was repeatedly molested by someone else, earlier, and probably made to orgasm. Did you report the incident?

          • Jin The Ninja

            i completely agree with this.

          • Lady of the Snows

            Legally, isn’t hacking vandalism?

            If people can own and copyright websites then it follows they must be property in the legal sense of the word.

          • Lady of the Snows

            Legally, isn’t hacking vandalism?

            If people can own and copyright websites then it follows they must be property in the legal sense of the word.

        • InAwe

          There are fundamental flaws in your reasoning. Plus reason
          suggests that this shouldn’t even pose a moral dilemma…certain things are
          rather clear. Condoning the harming of the weakest and most vulnerable of our
          species is one of them.

          • KindredSoul79

            I don’t condone what the owners and patrons of the websites believe. That said, I don’t condone the hacking of them either. The laws we have in the United States, and in most democratic country is not to uphold the beliefs of the majority, but to protect the most unpopular of views. Just because you don’t think it is the “right way of thinking”, it doesn’t mean you can go and quite their voice.

            “All, too, will bear in mind this sacred principle, that though the will
            of the majority is in all cases to prevail, that will, to be rightful,
            must be reasonable; that the minority possess their equal rights, which
            equal laws must protect, and to violate which would be oppression.” – Thomas Jefferson

          • Andrew

            Only if you value human beings more than property.

        • Grey Knight

          So you support child molestation.

          Please provide your full name and address, as well as any weapons you may possess to facilitate further questioning by your local Police.

    • http://hormeticminds.blogspot.com/ Chaorder Gradient

      i must say i applaud your guts to defend such a thing

    • melissa

      I think Charlie you just like to start shit. I think it gives you great pleasure to do so. This is because you have nothing better to do and it makes you feel special cause you life is not so special but rather boring and bland.

  • Juan

    What would Hakim Bey say about this?

    • http://twitter.com/TedHeistman Ted Heistman

      or Allen Ginsberg

      • Juan

        Him too? Damn dude, I knew he was gay, of course. I had no idea he liked children too. Source?
        Did you know that Kerouac gave Gore Vidal a blow job back in the day?

        • http://twitter.com/TedHeistman Ted Heistman

          No, I didn’t know that. Did you know Michael Savage did Ginsberg?
          As far as Ginsberg,All his liberal fans bury the connection, but he was a member.

          http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allen_Ginsberg#Association_with_NAMBLA

          • Juan

            Well, I just read the Wikipedia bit. Thanks for that, btw.
            I dunno, just because he was associated with NAMBLA due to free speech issues, does not mean was into little boys. This taking of an unpopular position to make a point, seems very much in character for Ginsberg.
            I didn’t even know who Micheal Savage was till just now. So no, I had no idea.

          • http://twitter.com/TedHeistman Ted Heistman

            Well, he joined Nambla and said he was into little boys. I mean don’t you take him at his word?

          • Juan

            He said he liked little boys?
            I just looked at the link. Nowhere does t say he was into little boys. He says he joined NAMBLA as a free speech issue.

          • http://twitter.com/TedHeistman Ted Heistman

            He liked cherub peckers.

          • Juan

            Well, I just read the Wikipedia bit. Thanks for that, btw.
            I dunno, just because he was associated with NAMBLA due to free speech issues, does not mean was into little boys. This taking of an unpopular position to make a point, seems very much in character for Ginsberg.
            I didn’t even know who Micheal Savage was till just now. So no, I had no idea.

          • http://twitter.com/RayButlers Ray Butlers

            Actually, his NAMBLA membership is mentioned nearly every time his name comes up. Please don’t ascribe your personal ignorance to a liberal conspiracy.

          • http://twitter.com/TedHeistman Ted Heistman

            ..or else what?

    • Lady of the Snows

      Or a certain Alan Moore, irony of ironies didn’t he draw underage porn (Lost Girls)?

      • Juan

        Oh, come on, not Alan Moore. I don’t believe that for a second.
        Yes, he wrote Lost Girls, but it was his wife that did the drawings. That does not in anyway make him a pederast.

        • Lady of the Snows

          Well I don’t care anyway if its just drawings. And someones inclinations are only a problem if they lead to actions that harm others or disrupt society IMO.

          But it is dead funny when Anonymous are so fond of the V mask lol.

          • http://twitter.com/TedHeistman Ted Heistman

            I agree about Art. Its not good to be too prudish with stuff like that, putting bras on statues etc.

      • Juan

        Oh, come on, not Alan Moore. I don’t believe that for a second.
        Yes, he wrote Lost Girls, but it was his wife that did the drawings. That does not in anyway make him a pederast.

    • Lady of the Snows

      Or a certain Alan Moore, irony of ironies didn’t he draw underage porn (Lost Girls)?

    • Lady of the Snows

      I like Hakim Bey.

      • Juan

        I like his writing. I only just found about his about his . . . um, proclivities.

        • Lady of the Snows

          I don’t think anyone’s suggested he’s a molester though, and the stuff he wrote might just have been art,

      • http://twitter.com/TedHeistman Ted Heistman

        Too bad you are not his type…

        • Lady of the Snows

          Yea, from what I’m told my hairs too long…

          • http://twitter.com/TedHeistman Ted Heistman

            ..on your crotch

          • Lady of the Snows

            I’ll never understand the way paedophiles think, I prefer a carpet to go with the curtains.

          • http://twitter.com/TedHeistman Ted Heistman

            I like T and A.

          • Lady of the Snows

            Then the Anonymi won’t be after ya.

          • http://twitter.com/TedHeistman Ted Heistman

            I work for Blackwater, though, is that bad?

          • Juan

            You have to ask?

          • http://twitter.com/TedHeistman Ted Heistman

            I just want to help my country.

          • Juan

            Right.

          • VaudeVillain

            We appreciate your service, after all, somebody has to take massive amounts of anabolic steroids and butcher brown people.

          • http://twitter.com/TedHeistman Ted Heistman

            Dude, I don’t really work for Blackwater. Chill.

          • Juan

            You shoulda wound him up for a laugh.

          • http://twitter.com/TedHeistman Ted Heistman

            I was tempted but sometimes I wonder about people being “neuro-atypical” if you get my drift. I mean, now that I said that I sound like more of a dick…sigh.

          • Juan

            I don’t worry about any of that too much.
            It’s fun to let the trickster have his way once in a while;)

          • http://twitter.com/TedHeistman Ted Heistman

            true true.

          • VaudeVillain

            I’m messing with you Ted, I know you don’t work for Blackwater.

            It’s been XE for years now.

    • Craig Bickford

      What about Burroughs are we to believe he didn’t have sex with any ‘young’ men when he was in Tangiers?

  • ishmael2009

    Let’s not try and come up with some pseudo-intellectual posturing about how this is a morally ambivalent action. It’s unambiguously a very good thing. Pedophiles prey on the most defenceless members of society and they do so for their own selfish pleasure, with no thought for the consequences. I applaud what Anonymous have done here.

    • Charlie Primero

      It’s not morally ambilivalent. It’s a moral principle long recognized that aggression is immoral. You take the position that it’s moral to aggress against others if you don’t like what they say or represent.

      • ishmael2009

        Hardly. I take the position that in some rare cases it is morally justified to take action to halt an even greater injustice or act of aggression – this is also a moral principle long recognised.

      • Bluebird_of_Fastidiousness

        Enjoy that edginess, but know that it get’s lonely out there.

      • http://twitter.com/RayButlers Ray Butlers

        nonsense. You don’t seem to recognize that one of the parties is defenseless. Catching crooks is not aggression.

  • http://www.facebook.com/criss.stanculescu Criss Stanculescu

    ” Aggression against the property of others is immoral.” This not includes abuse on minors. They sould be shut down by the Police and put in prison. I d’ont want my children in the arms of pedophiles. Do you? Charlie Primero?

    • Charlie Primero

      That is a sad little strawman you’ve built.

      • ishmael2009

        It’s not a strawman argument at all. His point is direct and quite simple: these sites encourage, condone, and normalise an illegal activity that it is extremely traumatic for the victims.

      • http://www.facebook.com/criss.stanculescu Criss Stanculescu

        If the straw-man your are talking about is sad in your opinion because he doesn’t accept pedophilia let him be. If you accept it and you are sad because some group did whatever authorities should done longtime before let you be sad. In any point you can not compare this site to a pedophile one.

      • Grey Knight

        I see you support child molestation. I seek to discuss this. Please provide your full name and address. Also, do you possess any weapons?

      • http://twitter.com/RayButlers Ray Butlers

        you’ve got your head in your ass, mr. primero

  • BuzzCoastin

    “Charmides gave me such a look that I was helpless…and all those in the palaestra gathered around us in a circle, then indeed, my good man, I saw inside his cloak and I was on fire and no longer in control of myself.”

    Socrates quoted by Plato about Socrates lust for Plato’s nephew Charmides

    • Hadrian999

      Pederasty has not always been universally taboo.

      • BuzzCoastin

        even more disconcerting
        Western Thought is founded upon the philosophy of pedophiles
        which helps explain the Catholic priests propensity towards it
        and why western intellectuals have such confused outlooks in general

        • Andrew

          If I could only upvote that comment more than once.

        • Hadrian999

          the greeks were interesting but nothing like most people want to think. people always paint them as these wise philosophers who gave the world democracy. they ignore the fact that they were always fighting each other and when they weren’t fighting they were screwing each other over in other ways. I do kind of like the completely random nature of their legislature.

          • BuzzCoastin

            Greek is the only English word I know of
            that is a slang word for anal sex &
            the name of a culture

          • Hadrian999

            I think being slang for Fraternity culture is more derogatory

          • BuzzCoastin

            only to the non-Greek frat collegiate
            but it does put an interesting spin on
            “It’s Greek to me.”

        • kowalityjesus

          bah, priestly pederasty is incidental, not institutional. Its frequency (obvious, though highly sensationalized) underscores the Priesthood’s unfortunate convergent appeal to dissociative archetypes of individuals.

          Connecting the Preisthood to ancient Greek custom is like connecting oil to the occult; non conjunctus.

          • BuzzCoastin

            given the very long history of priest pederasty & homosexuality
            I would call it more than incidental

            connecting the Roman Church to the Greeks is simple history
            Roman culture idealized the Greeks and Greek culture
            they publicly eschewed pederasty and privately practiced it
            when the Roman Empire finally imploded
            the Roman Catholic bureaucracy (already powerful by around 350 CE)
            took control of the empire
            the remnants of which are the RC Church itself

          • kowalityjesus

            That is an overgeneralized statement. Disregarding the invaluable contributions of Augustine and Acquinas, yes, it was said that philosophically ‘the Catholics needed Plato to found the Church and Aristotle to maintain it’ and insofar the Greeks had great sway. However, where in the works of Plato and Aristotle do you see the part about having sex with boys is the thing to do? One can pluck an ideal fairly cleanly from its surrounding socio-cultural chaff.

            Just because St Peter’s Basilica has columns doesn’t condemn them to a life of man-boy love. What would that say about the US congress?…wait don’t answer that.

          • BuzzCoastin

            > where in the works of Plato and Aristotle
            do you see the part about having sex with boys is the thing to do?
            Charmides offers a suggestion of restraint and not condemnation
            to sexual customs that had been in place since ~600 BCE.
            Not surprisingly, not much is written in Greek about these customs.

            I understand you’re a defender of your new found faith
            but the historical record is not on your side
            and my having been born an Roman Catholic, having been an alter boy
            & having been propositioned by priests when I was 10
            I think I have a more complete view of the subject

          • kowalityjesus

            I appreciate your cool-head in a subject which may personally breach the category of “visceral,” and particularly your eruditive search (or prior knowledge) answering my esoteric question. It may be newly realized but it was very long-time coming; I am quite prepared to carry the flag of my faith, ephemeral it is not.

          • BuzzCoastin

            right on dude
            there are many good things within any religion
            but hypocrisy is inexorably bound to religion
            this should lead to humility & tolerance
            but for some inexplicable reason
            it often results in arrogance & intolerance among the hypocrites

            all the vitriol aimed at the RC Church
            is really a denunciation of their blatant hypocrisy

          • BuzzCoastin

            given the very long history of priest pederasty & homosexuality
            I would call it more than incidental

            connecting the Roman Church to the Greeks is simple history
            Roman culture idealized the Greeks and Greek culture
            they publicly eschewed pederasty and privately practiced it
            when the Roman Empire finally imploded
            the Roman Catholic bureaucracy (already powerful by around 350 CE)
            took control of the empire
            the remnants of which are the RC Church itself

  • davakins

    this one brought out the trolls, indeed

  • http://voxmagi-necessarywords.blogspot.com/ VoxMagi

    Per usual…I’m split between a driving principle and a gut reaction.

    Gut reaction…Go Anon! You rock! Knock em dead, fellas!

    Principle: freedom of speech probably shouldn’t be subject to whims of fate…even appalling speech or expression. I draw the line at actual porn…they can knock that out if they like. I just can’t quite bring myself to extend that anger to even the conversation on the subject.

    This is actually the ultimate final test of commitment to a principle. The classic ‘what if’ scenario. What if the speech or concept presented was so foul, so repugnant, so indecent to everything you hold dear…would you still defend its right to be spoken/written? With great reservation, and considerable regret…I would have to say yes…I’d defend the right to have the debate and voice opinions, as long as that basic freedom is upheld…if Anon focuses on knocking out image boards and naming names that don’t want to be known…then I support Anon for those efforts. Catching active criminals in the act and exposing them to inconvenience and scrutiny is not and should not be a crime.

  • Lady of the Snows

    FFS Anonymous is not a hacker organisation. Why can’t the media understand this? That includes you, Matthew Staggs.

    • Grey Knight

      Anonymous compiles information into meaningful units.

      Furthermore the majority of the people here spouting off about their support of child molestation seem to have significant Internet trails. Excellent.

      • kowalityjesus

        wtf is that supposed to mean?

    • Matt Staggs

      Le sigh.

  • Lady of the Snows

    FFS Anonymous is not a hacker organisation. Why can’t the media understand this? That includes you, Matthew Staggs.

  • Grey Knight

    I see many here profess to defend pederasts, or actually admit to being pederasts. Please provide your address and full name for more questioning.

  • Lady of the Snows

    Will the European Parliament member Daniel Cohn-Bendit be targetted (as he deserves if the stories are true).

    He wrote a book about his experiences working in a nursery school when five year old girls started opening his codpiece and started caressing him.

    Cohn Bendit recalls being accused of being a pervert, and that there were letters to the City Council but he had concluded his contract directly with the parents’ board so he couldn’t be sacked.

    Like I said, Anonymous should dare and go for the dangerous targets if they’re so badass. How many people take NAMBLA seriously? NAMBLA are a joke. But this guy confessed to child abuse and now he’s in the bloody European Parliament.

    http://www.emma.de/hefte/ausgaben-2001/maijuni-2001/ich-hatte-lust-2001-03/

    • Grey Knight

      A worthy target.

  • Alan Morse Davies

    I see the awareness of paedophilia, which didn’t even exist as a mass concept in the 80s now hardening into firm judgement but not a clear definition.

    The definition appears to include thought crime and that’s what worries me.

    The debate has become hysterical and immutable. Paedos are the new Witches.

    Registered, monitored, inhuman.

    This is not a popular meme because?

    If you do something that hurts someone else you get tried, if convicted you go to jail.

    If you think of doing something else to kids but don’t do it yet there is evidence you thought about it, you also go to jail (in the UK at least).

    What have YOU thought of doing? Is there a difference between reading “Red Dragon” and being a serial killer?

    This is a human rights issue which emotion has overtaken.

    I don’t like abuse of power, which we experience every day.

    How are paedophiles inhuman (whether in thought or deed), somehow separate, somehow worse than killing 100 strangers in a war as an arm of the government?

    I’m not advocating the abuse of power between an adult and a child in a sexual context.

    I’m just asking what else you allow, and still feel morally right. It’s lazy thinking.

    Witch! Witch! Witch!

    I don’t see the evidence for Anonymous’ intervention, maybe they have some, for me it just seems knee-jerk.

    If they present the evidence I will stand down.

    • godozo

      My guess is that
      with the hypersexualization of culture
      lines need to be drawn somewhere.

      So while forty year old nymphomaniacs get redefined as Cougars
      and Hugh Heffner declares “Viagra Day” a holy day
      we look downward, towards the perceived innocence of children
      so that there’s some place that can be viewed as “unsexed.”
      Add into that the culture of fear that reigns to day
      and you can see where “pedophilia” would become
      the new fear word.

      That abuse tends to happen in families
      or is done by those who work at being trusted
      tends to be missed. Remember,
      cultural awareness of “Incest” (read: father-daughter rape)
      came about in the mid to late seventies,
      with awareness of priests and scout leaders coming later
      but even now, you ask who would sex up children
      and, outside of female teachers,
      the finger gets pointed at characters who look like
      they’d belong on the front cover of Jethro Tull’s “Aqualung.”
      Even so, remember that real harm is being done;
      kids are being forced on by adults and older kids
      and, as often as not, those who abuse take pictures
      (how else to better remember “the good times?”)
      plus, unlike stranger rape, this happens over years
      and often combines with other forms of abuse.

    • http://iuwus.deviantart.com/ Threedinium

      From what I read there are plenty more people who live with the experiences of attraction without acting upon them, who in fact have a huge moral grievance with themselves. I feel compassion for people who have to deal with socially inappropriate orientation and have the strength not to bring harm to others because of it. Making it so people such as these can’t even talk about it without harsh criticism and judgement seems cruel.

    • Noah_Nine

      NAMBLA is an advocacy group… One that might just provide the little push that turns a thought into a crime…. Bombing the website will do no physical harm to them. I see this as the appropriate way to engage in battle against possible sexual molestation…. It’s ephemeral after all… Fight thoughts with thoughts….

  • Noah_Nine

    Doxx away Anon…. I am a huge fan of everything you guys do…. nice work on Ron Paul btw….

    • Noah_Nine

      Pedophiles deserve to be outed….

  • Andrew

    I knew it. I’m out of my god damned mind.

  • Juan

    Exactly.

  • http://twitter.com/TedHeistman Ted Heistman

    You don’t know that. That’s like saying somebody joined the KKK even though they aren’t racist because he simply supports their right to free speech.

  • http://twitter.com/TedHeistman Ted Heistman

    I’m talking about his essay.

  • Craig Bickford

    There is a technical difference in diagnosis and classification between people who are sexually attracted and or aroused by teens and children who are under 13. I don’t remember the terms right now, but it is recognized in psychology. I hope this helps a little but at the same time I hope I am not inflaming an already inflamed debate here.

  • http://twitter.com/RayButlers Ray Butlers

    that’s a really fucked up analogy

  • http://twitter.com/TedHeistman Ted Heistman

    If by “fucked up ” you mean spot and on completely equivalent” yeah thanks.

  • Andrew
  • http://twitter.com/TedHeistman Ted Heistman

    reverse necrophilia? wow…