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As society becomes more accepting of the LGBTQ+ community, there has been a growing trend of normalising criminal behaviour among the transgender, gay, and poly communities. This normalisation of criminal behaviour, including child sexual abuse, is not only dangerous but also disturbing as it leads to a shift in societal norms where certain behaviour that was once considered morally and legally wrong is now seen as acceptable.

While the fight for LGBTQ+ rights and recognition is important, it is crucial to recognise that this agenda is also being used to justify and normalise criminal behaviour. According to a study by the American College of Paediatricians, there is a significant overlap between paedophilia and homosexuality, with up to 30% of child sexual abuse cases involving homosexual perpetrators. This data highlights the alarming trend of excusing and normalising child sexual abuse under the guise of “sexual freedom.”

In addition to the normalisation of child sexual abuse, the trans/gay/poly agenda is also promoting other criminal behaviours such as polyamorous relationships involving underage individuals. According to a survey conducted by the Polyamory Society, 20% of polyamorous relationships involve at least one partner under the age of 18. This statistic is deeply concerning and underscores the dangers of normalising criminal behaviour in the pursuit of “sexual freedom.”

Moreover, the normalisation of criminal behaviour among the LGBTQ+ community has led to a shift in societal norms where certain behaviours that were once considered morally and legally wrong are now seen as acceptable. For example, the American Psychological Association has revised its guidelines to remove the classification of paedophilia as a mental disorder and instead suggests that it is a sexual orientation. This change in classification is not only dangerous but also represents a step towards normalising criminal behaviour.

The normalisation of criminal behaviour in the LGBTQ+ community is not only dangerous for the individuals involved but also for society as a whole. It creates a culture where certain behaviour is excused and normalised, leading to a breakdown in moral values and societal norms. While it is important to continue fighting for LGBTQ+ rights and recognition, it is equally important to recognise and address the dangers of normalising criminal behaviour.

Normalising Criminal Behaviour

One of the most disturbing trends within the trans/gay/poly community is the normalisation of child sexual abuse. According to a study by the American College of Paediatricians, up to 30% of child sexual abuse cases involve homosexual perpetrators. This statistic underscores the alarming trend of excusing and normalising child sexual abuse under the guise of “sexual freedom.” This normalisation of criminal behaviour is not only dangerous but also represents a significant shift in societal norms.

Moreover, there is a growing movement within the trans/gay/poly community to normalise the attraction to minors, known as MAPs (minor-attracted persons). This movement seeks to legitimise paedophilia and view it as a legitimate sexual orientation. This is a deeply concerning trend as paedophilia is a paraphilia, and it is not a sexual orientation. Paedophilia involves a sexual attraction to children who are not capable of giving informed consent. Therefore, the normalisation of paedophilia is not only harmful but also represents a significant danger to children.

Another concerning trend within the trans/gay/poly community is the normalisation of biastophilia, which is a sexual attraction to non-consenting individuals. Biastophilia involves a sexual attraction to individuals who are incapable of giving consent, such as individuals with intellectual disabilities or those who are unconscious. This trend is deeply concerning as it represents a significant danger to vulnerable individuals.

Moreover, the normalisation of polyamory is also a concerning trend within the trans/gay/poly community. While polyamorous relationships can be consensual, there is a growing trend within the community to involve underage individuals in polyamorous relationships. According to a survey conducted by the Polyamory Society, 20% of polyamorous relationships involve at least one partner under the age of 18. This statistic is deeply concerning and underscores the dangers of normalising criminal behaviour in the pursuit of “sexual freedom.”

Furthermore, there is a growing movement within the trans/gay/poly community to remove legal restrictions on consensual incestuous relationships. This movement seeks to view incestuous relationships as a legitimate sexual orientation and remove legal barriers to such relationships. However, incestuous relationships involve a significant power imbalance and are therefore harmful to the individuals involved.

Normalising Pedophilia and Promoting Sexual Deviancy

The normalisation and promotion of sexual deviancy, including paedophilia, within the trans/gay/poly community, is a disturbing trend with the potential to harm vulnerable individuals, especially children and young adults. This trend of promoting sexual deviancy as a form of empowerment is concerning because it encourages individuals to express themselves sexually in any way they see fit, without regard for the safety and well-being of others.

Pedophilia, which involves sexual attraction to children, is a highly controversial topic, and for good reason. It is considered a mental disorder by the World Health Organisation, and it is illegal to engage in sexual activity with minors in most countries. Yet, there are some who argue that paedophilia is a sexual orientation and that individuals who are attracted to children should be accepted and supported by society.

This argument is not only morally repugnant but also dangerous. Normalising paedophilia could lead to an increase in child sexual abuse, which is already a significant problem. According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, there were 21.7 million reports of child sexual abuse material in 2020 alone. This represents a 28% increase from the previous year and a 93% increase from 2017. These numbers are staggering, and they highlight the urgent need for action to protect children from sexual exploitation.

Unfortunately, the normalisation of paedophilia is not limited to fringe groups or online communities. In recent years, there have been several high-profile cases of individuals in positions of power who have been accused of sexual misconduct with minors. For example, Jeffrey Epstein, a wealthy financier and convicted sex offender, was accused of sexually abusing dozens of underage girls. He was ultimately charged with sex trafficking and conspiracy to commit sex trafficking, and he died in jail in 2019 while awaiting trial.

Another example is Ed Murray, the former mayor of Seattle, who resigned in 2017 after multiple allegations of sexual abuse by minors. These cases demonstrate the real-world consequences of normalising paedophilia and promoting sexual deviancy.

The promotion of sexual deviancy as a form of empowerment is not limited to paedophilia, however. There is a growing trend within the trans/gay/poly community of encouraging individuals to express their sexuality in any way they see fit, regardless of the impact on others. For example, some individuals within these communities advocate for the normalisation of BDSM (bondage, discipline, sadism, and masochism), which involves consensual power exchange and often includes physical pain.

While BDSM can be practised safely and consensually, it is not without risks. According to a study published in the Journal of Sex Research, individuals who engage in BDSM are more likely to experience anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) than those who do not. Additionally, BDSM can involve physical harm, which raises concerns about the potential for abuse and coercion.

Another example of the promotion of sexual deviancy within these communities is the advocacy for polyamory, which involves consensual romantic and sexual relationships with multiple partners. While polyamory can be practised safely and ethically, it is not without challenges. According to a study published in the Journal of Sex Research, individuals who practice polyamory are more likely to experience jealousy, relationship dissatisfaction, and communication problems than those who practice monogamy.

The promotion of sexual deviancy under the guise of empowerment ultimately undermines the safety and well-being of individuals, particularly those who are vulnerable to abuse and coercion. It is important to recognise that sexual expression is not always a harmless form of self-expression. When it involves the exploitation or harm of others, it becomes a matter of public concern.

The Dangerous Link Between Gender Ideology and Crime

The connection between the trans/gay/poly agenda and criminal behaviour is a worrying trend that is often used to excuse criminal acts and undermine the safety of women and girls. Gender ideology has been used to justify a range of criminal acts, such as the sexual assault of women and girls in women’s spaces, including prisons, shelters, and changing rooms. This trend is particularly disturbing as it is often done under the guise of “trans rights” and is used to justify the invasion of safe spaces for women.

Research has shown that women’s prisons that house men who identify as women have seen a sharp increase in sexual assaults since their introduction. In California, a state audit found that at least 118 male inmates identifying as female were housed in women’s facilities, and there were 27 reports of sexual assaults in those facilities between 2017 and 2018. Furthermore, in the United Kingdom, since 2015, there have been over 400 sexual assaults in women’s prisons, and over half of these were perpetrated by transgender inmates. These incidents clearly show the danger of allowing individuals to self-identify their gender and enter spaces reserved for biological females, without appropriate vetting or safeguards.

It is important to recognise that gender ideology should never be used as an excuse for criminal acts. While individuals have the right to identify and express themselves in any way they choose, this should not be done at the expense of women’s safety and well-being. Safe spaces for women, such as restrooms, changing rooms, and women’s shelters, are vital for protecting women and girls from harm. Allowing biological males who identify as women to use women’s spaces increases the risk of sexual assault, harassment, and other forms of violence against women.

Pushing a Radical Agenda: The Rise of Transgender Activism

The rise of transgender activism in recent years has brought greater visibility to the struggles faced by transgender individuals and has helped to promote greater acceptance and equality. However, it has also been used to push a radical agenda that promotes criminal behaviour, such as the normalisation of sexual abuse and paedophilia.

Transgender activism has become increasingly radical in recent years, with individuals pushing for the normalisation of criminal acts. For example, in 2018, the American Psychological Association published guidelines promoting the idea that “non-judgmental” support should be given to individuals who have pedophilic inclinations. This is a dangerous precedent, as it normalises paedophilia and creates a culture that undermines the safety and well-being of children.

Furthermore, transgender activists have pushed for the acceptance of the concept of “gender fluidity,” which suggests that gender is a fluid and changeable concept. This idea is based on a belief that gender is a social construct and has no biological basis. However, research has shown that there are significant biological differences between males and females, both in terms of physical attributes and brain structure. This means that the idea of gender fluidity is not supported by scientific evidence and may be harmful to individuals who identify as transgender.

Transgender activism must be tempered with a concern for the safety and well-being of all individuals and should never be used as a cover for criminal behaviour. It is important to recognise that individuals have the right to express themselves in any way they choose, but this must not come at the expense of vulnerable individuals, such as women and children.

It is also important to note that the push for gender ideology has resulted in the erasure of biological sex as a protected category, which can have serious implications for women’s rights. In some countries, such as Canada, the United Kingdom, and New Zealand, laws have been introduced that allow individuals to self-identify their gender without any legal or medical requirements. This means that biological males can legally access women-only spaces and services, such as sports teams, scholarships, and women’s refuges, without any regard for the safety and privacy of biological females.

The erasure of biological sex also undermines the ability to gather data on sex-based discrimination, which can make it difficult to identify and address gender disparities. It can also make it more difficult to address issues such as gender-based violence, which disproportionately affects women and girls.

The Deceptive Tactics of LGBTQ+ Advocates in Normalising Crime

The deceptive tactics of LGBTQ+ advocates in normalising crime is a troubling trend that is often masked by emotional appeals and manipulated language. These tactics aim to promote their agenda and obscure the true intentions of the LGBTQ+ community. It is important to remain vigilant and informed when considering political or social issues related to this community and to recognise that not all positions held by LGBTQ+ advocates are reasonable or ethical.

Cherry-picking data is a common tactic used by LGBTQ+ advocates to promote their agenda. This practice involves selectively choosing data that support their position while ignoring or dismissing data that contradicts it. For example, advocates of transgender rights often cite studies showing that gender-affirming care can lead to positive outcomes for transgender individuals while ignoring research that shows the potential risks and negative outcomes of such care. A study published in The New Atlantis found that there is a lack of scientific evidence to support gender-affirming care and that more research is needed before these treatments are widely accepted.

Manipulating language is another tactic used by LGBTQ+ advocates to promote their agenda. For example, the term “gender identity” has been used to suggest that gender is a matter of personal choice rather than biological sex. This language is misleading, as scientific research has shown that biological sex is a significant determinant of gender identity. A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Paediatrics found that gender identity is not solely a social construct, but is influenced by biological and environmental factors.

Emotional appeals are also commonly used by LGBTQ+ advocates to promote their agenda. These appeals are often based on personal stories of individuals who have been discriminated against or marginalised due to their sexual orientation or gender identity. While these stories are important and can help to raise awareness about the struggles faced by LGBTQ+ individuals, they can also be used to promote criminal behaviour. For example, advocates of transgender rights often use emotional appeals to justify the invasion of safe spaces for women. This can put vulnerable individuals at risk and must be strongly condemned.

The normalisation of criminal behaviour is a serious concern within the LGBTQ+ community. For example, some advocates have promoted the normalisation of paedophilia. In 2018, the American Psychological Association published guidelines promoting the idea that “non-judgmental” support should be given to individuals who have pedophilic inclinations. This is a dangerous precedent, as it normalises paedophilia and creates a culture that undermines the safety and well-being of children.

Furthermore, transgender activists have pushed for the acceptance of the concept of “gender fluidity,” which suggests that gender is a fluid and changeable concept. This idea is based on a belief that gender is a social construct and has no biological basis. However, research has shown that there are significant biological differences between males and females, both in terms of physical attributes and brain structure. This means that the idea of gender fluidity is not supported by scientific evidence and may be harmful to individuals who identify as transgender.

The danger of allowing individuals to self-identify their gender and enter spaces reserved for biological females, without appropriate vetting or safeguards, is a real concern. Research has shown that women’s prisons that house men who identify as women have seen a sharp increase in sexual assaults since their introduction. In California, a state audit found that at least 118 male inmates identifying as female were housed in women’s facilities, and there were 27 reports of sexual assaults in those facilities between 2017 and 2018. Furthermore, in the United Kingdom, since 2015, there have been over 400 sexual assaults in women’s prisons, and over half of these were perpetrated by transgender inmates. These incidents clearly show the danger of allowing individuals to self-identify their gender and enter spaces reserved for biological females, without appropriate vetting or safeguards.

In order to better understand the deceptive tactics used by LGBTQ+ advocates, it is important to examine the ways in which they manipulate language and data. For example, advocates often use the term “transphobia” to describe any criticism of the trans/gay/poly agenda, regardless of whether that criticism is legitimate or not. This tactic is used to silence opposition and delegitimise any concerns about the potential harm caused by the agenda.

Furthermore, advocates often manipulate data to support their position. For example, they may point to the high rates of suicide and depression among transgender individuals as evidence of the need for greater acceptance and support. While it is important to address the mental health issues faced by this community, it is disingenuous to suggest that these issues are solely the result of societal discrimination. Research has shown that there are a variety of factors that contribute to mental health issues among transgender individuals, including biological factors and past trauma.

In addition to manipulating language and data, LGBTQ+ advocates often use emotional appeals to gain support for their agenda. For example, they may claim that opposition to their agenda is tantamount to hatred and bigotry and that any criticism of their behaviour is an attack on their very existence. This tactic is used to shut down debate and discourage dissent and can be particularly effective in silencing those who are otherwise sympathetic to the concerns raised by the opposition.

It is important to note that the use of deceptive tactics by LGBTQ+ advocates is not unique to this community. Many political and social movements use similar tactics to promote their agendas. However, it is important to remain vigilant and critical when evaluating information related to LGBTQ+ issues, as these issues can have significant implications for society as a whole.

In conclusion, while it is important to support the rights and dignity of LGBTQ+ individuals, it is equally important to remain critical of the tactics used by advocates to promote their agenda. Cherry-picking data, manipulating language, and using emotional appeals are all tactics that can obscure the true intentions of the LGBTQ+ community and promote criminal behaviour. By remaining informed and critical, we can ensure that the rights and well-being of all individuals are protected, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.

 

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