From White House to Penn State: The "Queer Juggernaut" Stumbles

The Lavender Revolution Stumbles by David A. Noebel

As the Penn State University child sex-abuse scandal grows, the Wall Street Journal addressed the ethical implications, albeit in a somewhat backhanded way: "It's also something of a relief that in a culture as libertine as ours at least some behavior-sexual exploitation of children-is still considered deviant" (Nov. 10, 2011, A-20).

Could it be that there is still an ethical absolute? Wouldn't it be ironic to witness the demise of moral relativism at the hands of liberalism's most cherished activity-homosexuality. Yes, Virginia, there is truth after all. It is always ethically wrong for a grown man to violate a 10-year-old boy.

The scandal centers on Jerry Sandusky, a former Penn State assistant football coach, whose pedophilic acts involved boys (8 at present, but the count is rising) as young as 10. His sexual abuse of these boys is not fit family reading material, making it difficult to fully comprehend the seriousness of the case. Indeed, the subject of homosexual activity is likewise difficult to discuss in public. Neither practice provides table talk material. Both are deviant, degenerate, and disgusting.

Homosexuality in America is now out of the closet, front and center (and has been for some time). Now homosexual man/boy activity (pederasty) is under the microscope, its normality, genetic implications, and social acceptance being examined.

From what we are witnessing at Penn State and the firing of its president, Dr. Graham Spanier, and beloved head football coach, Joe Paterno, it appears that the public in general and the university trustees in particular are voting against man/boy activity-the same kind of activity being promoted in our society within NAMBLA (North American Man/Boy Love Association) and the American Psychiatric Association (APA).

In other words, our libertine culture is in the process of making pederasty as acceptable as the lavender revolution itself.

There are no doubt courses and campus groups at PSU that would like to make pederasty seem as wholesome as apple pie! We might begin by checking out PSU's psychology and psychiatry departments' courses as well as its sociology and anthropology departments' offerings!

Judith Reisman, Visiting Professor of Law at Liberty University School of Law, attended a pro-pedophilia conference this past August in Baltimore called the "B4U-ACT" conference. Its purpose was to persuade the American Psychiatric Association to "redefine pedophilia as a normal sexual orientation of 'Minor-Attracted Persons.'"

Involved in the conference were mental health professionals from Harvard and Johns Hopkins who would like to convince us that pedophilia is actually normal. Indeed, Dr. Fred Berlin of the Johns Hopkins Sexual Disorder Clinic was the keynote speaker.

Michael Brown, author of A Queer Thing Happened to America, wrote an article for entitled "Why Are We Surprised with the Push for 'Pedophile Rights'?" in which he states, "Academic articles in scholarly journals have been presenting pedophilia in a sympathetic light for years, and, as Matthew Cullinan Hoffman noted, the American Psychiatric Association (APA) released a report in 1998 'claiming that the "negative potential" of adult sex with children was "overstated" and that "the vast majority of both men and women reported no negative sexual effects from their child sexual abuse experiences." It even claimed that large numbers of the victims reported that their experiences were "positive" and suggested that the phrase "child sex abuse" be replaced with "adult-child sex." Others have coined the more disgusting term "intergenerational intimacy.""

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