Dana Loesch unloads on liberal website pushing to ‘mainstream pedophilia’

Dana Loesch SalonIs normalizing pedophilia the next cause celebre for left-wing zealots?

Liberal beacon of depravity, Salon.com, published an article Monday titled “I’m a pedophile, but not a monster,” in which a man named Todd Nickerson identifies himself as a pedophile who said he “never touched a child sexually in [his] life and never will, nor [does he] use child pornography. “

But what he does do is describe the moment he realized he was attracted to children — when he was 13 years old — and describes meeting a 7-year-old girl in much the same way a man might describe his mind’s image of Heidi Klum.

Nickerson, who calls himself a “law-abiding pedophile” does his best to make himself and other pedophiles appear to be the victims.

Hatred just serves to reinforce pedophilia in youngsters predisposed to it. It’s a form of cognitive bias called the Backfire Effect or polarization. Everyone does this to some extent. When challenged on deeply held beliefs, no matter how uncertain or incorrect they may be, we tend to dig in our heels. With sexuality, that effect is likely magnified because there’s a physiological component, a drive every bit as powerful as belief. In essence, your brain knows what it likes and isn’t going to take no for an answer. For that reason, the nature or nurture question with respect to sexual preference is ultimately irrelevant—it becomes all but hardwired soon enough, until it’s all you know. And it’s self-reinforcing, no matter how much you wish to dig it out.

Nickerson goes on to detail how he lost his job at Lowe’s after he was outed by an anti-pedophilia website and now subsists on food stamps and freelance graphic design work. He asks that all he wants people to do is accept pedophiles for who they are.

Is this argument starting to sound familiar?

For many social media users, including The Blaze’s Dana Loesch, it definitely was.

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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