Science has indicated that CP possession was unconstitutionally prohibited in the USA

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Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.[1]
Whereas science says, from the highest impact science literature in the peer reviewed journals


Could making child pornography legal lead to lower rates of child sex abuse? It could well do, according to a new study by Milton Diamond, from the University of Hawaii, and colleagues.

Results from the Czech Republic showed, as seen everywhere else studied (Canada, Croatia, Denmark, Germany, Finland, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Sweden, USA), that rape and other sex crimes have not increased following the legalization and wide availability of pornography. And most significantly, the incidence of child sex abuse has fallen considerably since 1989, when child pornography became readily accessible – a phenomenon also seen in Denmark and Japan. Their findings are published online today in Springer’s journal Archives of Sexual Behavior.

The findings support the theory that potential sexual offenders use child pornography as a substitute for sex crimes against children

Impact factor (2017) 3.223
The journal was established in 1971 by Richard Green, who served as its editor-in-chief until 2001.[1] He was succeeded by Kenneth J. Zucker.[1] It is published by Springer Science+Business Media[2] and has become a leading journal in its field.[3] Associated with its editorial board and the International Academy of Sex Research are many of the world's leading figures in gender and sexuality research, including Richard Green, Kenneth Zucker, Milton Diamond, Michael Baily, and Carol Martin.
Archives of Sexual Behavior is abstracted and indexed in Biological Abstracts, Current Contents/Social & Behavioral Sciences, EMBASE, Family & Society Studies Worldwide, Health and Safety Science Abstracts, Index Medicus/MEDLINE, Psychological Abstracts, PsycINFO, Referativny Zhurnal, Risk Abstracts, Sage Family Studies Abstracts, Scopus, Sexual and Relations Therapy, Social Sciences Citation Index, Social Science Index,Sociological Abstracts, Studies on Women & Gender Abstracts, and Violence and Abuse Abstracts.[2] According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal's 2013 impact factor is 2.783.[4] Based on the 2011 impact factor (3.52), of 2,943 Social Science journals, Archives was ranked 102nd (96th percentile). Of 109 journals classified as Psychology (Clinical), Archives was ranked 11th (90th percentile). Of 89 journals classified as Social Science, Interdisciplinary, Archives was ranked 1st. [5]

In the realm of sexual offenses, there has been a decrease in hands‐on offenses, but an increase in online offenses against children.

One concern is that the accessibility of online CP has caused increases in child sexual abuse. Some research suggests that CP may trigger sexual abuse by activating and validating sexual urges in CP viewers that were previously suppressed or con- trolled (Beech et al., 2008; Quayle & Taylor, 2003; Wilson & Jones, 2008). There is no evidence of increasing abuse in the United States, however. In fact, rates of child sexual abuse have declined substantially since the mid-1990s, a time period that corresponds to the spread of CP online. Statistics from U.S. child protective service agencies show that from 1992 to 2007, child sexual abuse declined 53% (Jones & Finkelhor, 2009), including interfamilial abuse (Finkelhor & Jones, 2006). Evidence of this decline also comes from victim self-report surveys and U.S. criminal justice system data (Finkelhor & Jones, 2008; Finkelhor, Turner, Ormrod, & Hamby, 2010), as well as the child pro-tective services data collection system. The fact that this trend is revealed in multiple sources tends to undermine arguments that it is because of reduced reporting or changes in investigatory or statistical procedures.

Child pornography later re-emerged with vigor in the 1990s due in large part to the proliferation of the Internet (Jenkins, 2001)


The Sex Cult, which is an illegally respected establishment of religion, says from blogs and newspaper headlines that don't support their articles


Therefore, as these graphic sexual images populate and spread, we can unfortunately predict there will be more child sexual abuse.

The United Kingdom children's charity NCH has stated that demand for child pornography on the Internet has led to an increase in sex abuse cases, due to an increase in the number of children abused in the production process.[38]
Note that this wikipedia article incorrectly cites the following article by its click bait headline as opposed to by its content which is contrary to its own headline:


Demand for child pornography on the internet has led to an increase in sex abuse cases, it was claimed today.

Children's charity NCH - formerly National Children's Homes - said there was evidence that the 1,500% rise in child pornography cases since 1988 would be reflected in more children being abused to produce the pictures.


"The scale of the problem has changed beyond recognition in just over a decade," said NCH's internet consultant John Carr.

"The increased demand has made child pornography into big business and the consequences for children in all parts of the world are horrifying."
As you can see they go from saying there was an increase in sex abuse cases caused by the viewing of CP to saying that there was evidence indicating there WOULD BE an increase in sex abuse correlating with the viewing of CP. In reality scientific statistical analyses have determined that there is an inverse correlation between the viewing of CP and the child sexual abuse rate, which supports the substitution hypothesis.
The few existent Sex Cultist studies are in low impact journals that have higher impact journals that have refuted them.

Against the Sex Cultists


Consuming child pornography alone is not a risk factor for committing hands-on sex offenses – at least not for those subjects who had never committed a hands-on sex offense. The majority of the investigated consumers had no previous convictions for hands-on sex offenses.

BMC Psychiatry

[...]

Impact Factor 2.419
For the Sex Cultists


The Journal of Family Violence is a quarterly peer-reviewed scientific journal dedicated to the study of family violence. It was established in 1986 and is published by Springer Science+Business Media. The editor-in-chief is Rebecca J. Macy (UNC School of Social Work). According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal has a 2016 impact factor of 0.871.[1]

The goal was to determine whether the former group of offenders were “merely” collectors of child pornography at little risk for engaging in hands-on sexual offenses, or if they were contact sex offenders whose criminal sexual behavior involving children, with the exception of Internet crimes, went undetected. Our findings show that the Internet offenders in our sample were significantly more likely than not to have sexually abused a child via a hands-on act. They also indicate that the offenders who abused children were likely to have offended against multiple victims, and that the incidence of “crossover” by gender and age is high.
Against the Sex Cultists


Could making child pornography legal lead to lower rates of child sex abuse? It could well do, according to a new study by Milton Diamond, from the University of Hawaii, and colleagues.

[..]

Their findings are published online today in Springer’s journal Archives of Sexual Behavior.

The findings support the theory that potential sexual offenders use child pornography as a substitute for sex crimes against children

Impact factor (2017) 3.223
For the Sex Cultists

in a journal that has an impact factor equivalent that peaked at 1.083 and was at 0.0 at the time of publication (citations per document has an explanation).



Abstract

Abstract: A case study of a convicted paedophile and the relationship between his ‘thinking and doing’ is presented to reveal how his fantasy life, his use of the Internet and his contact offences against children are linked. More broadly, the authors propose a generic ‘offending space model’ to chart how, and in what circumstances fantasy becomes reality.
Wow, a case study of one whole person, who

This was not the case with James, who stands in modest contrast to Quayle and Taylor's (2003) observation that ‘there appears to be little support for the allegation of a direct causal link between viewing pornography and subsequent offending behaviour’ (p.72).
What science has to say about the previous study

impact factor 1.102 equivalence



From both a clinical and an actuarial statistical perspective, an early retrospective study conducted at a Federal Civil Commitment Facility in Butner, North Carolina, inferred an association between accessing child pornography and hands-on sexual offending.3 That study has been criticized regarding its methodology and lack of scientific rigor.4 More recent prospective data have questioned the contention that there is a correlation between accessing child pornography and hands-on offending.5 For example, one such study found that less than one percent of 231 men who had viewed child pornography (but with no evidence of a prior hands-on sexual offense) had gone on to commit a hands-on sexual offense.6 From a purely statistical standpoint (all else being equal) individuals with no history of a hands-on sexual offense against a child, but who have accessed child pornography, are at low risk as a group of committing a hands-on sexual offense in the future.5

Whereas science says the Sex Cult and CP moral panic is comparable to the Salem Witch Trials


Moral Panic and Child Pornography

[...]

The only criterion of Cohen’s moral panic model that appears not to have been met in the case of child pornography offenders is the fifth. Meaning, at this time, there is no dissipation of the panic. Unlike other panics such as the Salem Witch trials or the crack cocaine epidemic, both of which had a start and end date, the panic over child sexual exploitation has been durable, long-lasting and now in its fourth decade (O’Hear, 2008). Walker (2010) argues the only thing that has changed with the child pornography panic is the fervent role of the state in responding. The federal government has created a number of laws intended to severely punish and control child pornography offenders.





In colonial New England these dolls were known as poppets, which is an old spelling of puppet. They were often cited in witchcraft trials as evidence of malicious magic. For example, Goody Glover, and elderly Irish woman accused of bewitching several Boston children, had in her home

"several small images, or poppets, or babies, made of rags and stuffed with goat's hair and other ingredients. When these were produced the vile woman acknowledged that her way to torment the objects of her malice was by wetting of her finger with her spittle and stroking of these little images."
The Sex Cult --- which is a 20th century establishment of religion --- says


“merely having possession and viewing images such as this does victimize and hurt the individual portrayed in the image.” This is some mystical religious thinking. Like in Voodoo. And note, this was said by a respectable lawyer to appease a judge. And this logic is used over and over, for example by Australian Government web sites.

"... every time somebody looks at that image it's like the crime is taking place all over again…"

"we hear that in court that they feel like they are victimized every single time someone downloads their videos or looks at their videos they feel like they are being raped all over again,” said Canonico

The children might feel like being raped time and again when someone watches it.

Whereas science --- as well as law enforcement intelligence, as well as investigative journalism --- says there isn't a booming bazillion gazillion dollar CP industry


Jenkins (2001) claims that it was during the initial crusade against child pornography in the 1970s that moral crusaders competed to assert the most incendiary claims about child pornography, including that it was a well-organized, multi-billion dollar industry and that the number of children exploited was in the millions. Jenkins (2001) notes that while most of these claims were discredited, fear persisted.
ipt-forensics.com/journal/volume4/j4_2_1.htm

The Spread of Rumors

In 1986 the Senate Commission33 under the chairmanship of William V. Roth, Republican from Delaware, came to the same conclusion as the ILIC report. Nevertheless, neither the Roth report nor the ILIC report were able to dampen the spread of rumors about an enormous trade. Even in 1986, the claims of Lloyd and Densen-Gerber continued to come up as facts in official reports: the Meese Commission, initiated by the Reagan administration to prepare a drastic sharpening of the anti-pornography laws, uncritically took over these claims.34 According to the Meese Commission, Congress had discovered that child pornography and child prostitution "have become highly organized, multi-million dollar industries that operate on a nationwide scale."35 The monthly appearance of 264 magazines (Densen-Gerber) was again reported as truth, alongside the 30,000 exploited children of Los Angeles (Lloyd Martin).

The U.S. Supreme Court took over these claims in their first child pornography case, New York v Ferber (1982), saying that child pornography comprised, "highly organized multimillion dollar industries that operate on a nationwide scale."36 The otherwise dignified court was so upset by the alleged extent of the problem that the solicitor for the accused, Herald Price Fahringer, lost his composure and fled the sitting as fast as he could.37

The claims of Lloyd and Densen-Gerber also appeared outside the U.S.A. The report, Exploitation of Child Labour, which was submitted in 1981 to the Commission for Human Rights of the United Nations, claimed: "In the United States there are at least 264 pornographic magazines specializing in pornography concerning children."38 It was claimed that in 1977, 15,000 slides and 4,000 films of child pornography had been intercepted by the police, which was, according to the report, 5% of the total stock in circulation.

According to the United Nations report, the value of trade in child pornography in 1977 was estimated at $500 million. Such estimates are not based on any kind of empirical evidence, and are easy to refute. If these claims were true then the allegedly intercepted slides and films would have had a value of thousands of dollars each.39 In reality, these films were sold for much less, which can be checked with reference to the advertisement brochures of Deltaboek, publisher of homosexual pornography and literature. From here it is apparent that the Golden Boys film series, produced by COQ in Denmark, cost 85 guilders each, which is about $35.

In 1986, Defence for Children International prepared a report on child prostitution in which they claimed: "Estimates on the number of child prostitutes vary from 300,000 to several millions for the U.S. and Canada."40 A year later these figures were taken over by the Norwegian Ministry of Justice.41 This report was later submitted to the Ministers of Justice of the member countries of the Council of Europe. Within the Council of Europe a report on child exploitation was written in which it was claimed that: "A study of boy prostitutes had suggested that there were 300,000 boy prostitutes in the United States, many of whom are designated runaways."42 The claims of the United Nations report were also repeated. As late as 1988 the Dutch language world development magazine, Onze Wereld (Our World), claimed that: "The American (sic) periodical43 Child Abuse and Neglect reported that in the United States at least 264 different child pornography magazines are in circulation. The kiddieporn stars are drawn from the numerous American runaway teenagers."44 The same article made similar exaggerated claims about alleged illicit trade in donor organs obtained from children killed for the purpose. The story about donor organs had also appeared in the report of the Council of Europe, although there was never any evidence and the story was not credible from the beginning.45

The alleged size of the child pornography trade and the many children said to have been involved, are little more than myths. They are the result of the arbitrary multiplication of arbitrary numbers of alleged victims made by a journalist. The claims had taken on a life of their own. The fact that these claims had by 1980 been rejected by thorough official investigations was insufficient to prevent the claim from reappearing, not only in the media but also in other official circles, including the United States Senate, the United States Supreme Court, a Commission of the American Justice Department, the United Nations and the Council of Europe. After the number had been cited in the Hearings of the House of Representatives, it became associated with an ostensibly reliable source. The fact that the original source was anything but reliable was forgotten.

Some law-enforcement officials contend that disrupting the companies making a profit off child pornography may only be the tip of the iceberg. Matt Dunn, of the Cyber Crimes Center at the Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau, said that non-commercial child pornography -- images shared without money changing hands -- is more of a concern than the for-profit industry.

Swapping child porn over file-sharing networks is ongoing -- and it's usually non-commercial, Dunn said. "It's happening every second of every day," he said.

Dunn also questions the estimate that commercial child porn is a $20 billion a year industry -- a figure cited in a 2006 congressional hearing -- and instead thinks it's substantially lower, perhaps in the tens of millions of dollars.

"child pornography is one of the fastest growing online businesses generating approximately $US3 billion ($3.43 billion) each year"

This '$US3 billion' figure has no credibility and even if it was factual as at January 2008, (when it appeared in an opinion article by Bernadette McMenamin, CEO of Child Wise/ ECPAT in Australia, with citing a source), then it could be regarded as 'good news' because it would mean (based on previously promulgated 'statistics') that there had been no increase at all in the five years to 2008, therefore 'child pornography' could not be "one of the fastest growing online businesses".

The '$US3 billion' figure has been promulgated far and wide since at least mid 2003, when Utah-based Jerry Ropelato commenced publishing it, without citing a source, on his web site InternetFilterReview.com, which has since become part of his TopTenReviews.com. According to Texas-based Red Orbit News (5 Nov 2006) Ropelato was "formerly chief operating officer of ContentWatch, a Salt Lake City-based developer of Internet filtering and virus protection software. He is also known locally as a speaker and presenter on Internet safety issues, and as a crusader against online pornography."[44]

The "fastest growing online businesses" claim originated with the U.S. NCMEC, in August 2005, which based its claim on the then two-year old US$3 billion 'statistic' promulgated by Ropelato. (The U.S. NCMEC has a long history of promulgating exaggerated/false statistics[45].)


The origins and history of '$US3 billion' and 'fastest growing' claims is outlined below.
"child pornography is a $20 billion industry worldwide"

This out-of-date/discredited $20 billion 'statistic' was given new life in March 2008 when it appeared in Australian media reports as a result of a joint media release between the Australian Federal Police and Microsoft. The statistic was disowned in April 2006 by the organisations to which it had been, and still is being, attributed (i.e. the FBI and Unicef).


The history of this number is outlined below.
The Sex Cult --- which is a 20th century establishment of religion --- says --- well, they say all kinds of things and can't even keep their story straight

from a self identified feminist journalist:


Booming Cross-Border Business

According to a frequently mentioned statistic, the child pornography industry generates $50 billion every year; other sources speak of a $20 billion industry.
In other words, the CAM industry is not a select club of old perverts roaming the web in the privacy of their musty apartment—it’s a multibillion-dollar business of global magnitude, with thriving demand and supply.



Which cites this seemingly evangelical Christian oriented site:


By some reports, child pornography is estimated to be as much as a $50 billion a year industry.[1]
Which much like this apparently plagiarized paper on feminism,


Gender sensitivity about feminism

...

Another thing that keeps these web sites going is the amount of money that can, and is being made with this business. Some reports show that child pornography over the internet is more than a 50 billion dollar a year business.
Cites this now 404 but archived .edu site,


Introduction:
Child pornography is a very large and in many cases touchy subject. This is one of the reasons that it is hard to catch the people perpetrating it. Many people do not want to talk about it because it is such a horrible thing. This silence is one of the things child pornographers count on to keep their business going. In recent months the issue of child pornography has become visible in the media. Talk show hosts like Oprah Winfrey have produced shows exposing some of the information they have found about child pornography and the people who help to make it such a large and profitable industry. Recently, Oprah had a young man on her show who had been doing sex shows at home and on the Internet for money and who is now working with government officials to help bring down the people who prey on children through this medium.

Another thing that keeps these web sites going is the amount of money that can, and is being made with this business. Some reports show that child pornography over the internet is more than a 50 billion dollar a year business. With technology growing faster and faster everyday and the Internet being such an instant source gratification in so many ways it has become easier for people who run child pornography sites to make a lot of money in a short amount of time. Another thing that keeps child pornography sites going is the laws. The United States has laws against child pornography and prostitution, but many other countries do not have the same laws. In some countries prostitution is legal. This link to other places makes it very appealing to people who wish to view and/or promote this type of material. There are, however, people and organizations in some of these countries that are trying to help expose these child pornographers. There are several organizations that have international ties and work with countries outside of the United States to help stop the spread of child pornography on the Internet. There are organizations that work with local and federal agencies in the United States, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), to help locate and round up the people running these child pornography rings and put a stop to the people using them. In the past year there have been two major child pornography rings busted. In both cases the people running the rings were spread across more than one country. Both cases included people from the United States and Canada.

The sites listed on the 2005 white paper on this topic are great for information on protecting children from predators as well as informing parents on the issues, dangers, and prevention of child pornography. There are some organizations listed in it that help with these issues. In this addendum I will give some additional sites for that purpose as well as some sites with more recent information. Some of these will be about specific cases and others will be about the laws that are in place to help protect our children. One of the sites of particular interest included help and support from the adult film industry. Some of the people in this industry have gotten together to help stop child pornography and the people who keep it going. This group helps to report and investigate suspected child pornographers and their customers in order to assist the government agencies with their reviews of suspected sites.
Which cites nothing and is just an ipsedixitism essentially.

2005:


$3 Billion in Annual Sales

Allen says that global sales of illegal pornography that exploits children--including those under 4 years old--are about $3 billion a year.

As of December 2005, child pornography was a $3 billion annual industry (Internet Filter Review).
2006:


Congressional estimates put the online child pornography business at $20 billion a year and growing. Online or offline, child pornography is illegal in the United States and most other countries.
2008:


“Child porn is a $3 billion dollar industry, fueled by images of sexual abuse, rape, and torture of children,”
2013:


More than 4 million Web sites worldwide show images of children being sexually exploited, said the U.N. investigator on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography, Najat M'jid Maalla.
....


Maalla urged international cooperation to stop the child pornography industry, which she estimated to be worth between $3 billion and $20 billion. She recommended countries share information on sites containing child pornography in order to block them faster.


Child pornography is one of the fastest growing businesses online, with estimated annual revenue of $3 billion.
In 2016 some of the splinter organizations are starting to reject the veracity of the booming multi billion dollar CP industry, for example ICMEC which is a splinter denomination from NCMEC:


Little more than a decade ago, child pornography was a multi-billion dollar commercial enterprise and was among the fastest growing businesses on the Internet. Today, the commercial trade of child pornography online has been significantly reduced due to a variety of successful efforts to combat its growth.
As you can see, these people cannot all simultaneously be correct. The United Nations "expert" said that in 2013 CP was a booming 3-20 billion dollar industry, whereas the ICMEC "expert" said that it was over a decade ago that it was a multi-billion dollar commercial enterprise. In reality they are both religiously insane, but their delusional fantasy worlds are incompatible with each other.

Numerous miscellaneous mentions of the booming multi billion dollar CP industry:


commercial child porn is a $20 billion a year industry -- a figure cited in a 2006 congressional hearing

Phinney, aided by Assistant County Attorney Sarah Warecki, also said society needs deterrence because "predators such as Curry provide the motivation to this multibillion-dollar industry,"

Child pornography is among the fastest growing businesses on the Internet, a $20 billion per year enterprise.


Dr. Lori Handrahan

When these kinds of crimes are ignored by the Department of Justice, there is a clear crisis in our Homeland. Children are being trafficked to feed America’s billion-dollar child porn industry. Too many police are involved. Mr. Holder is allowing this national epidemic of child porn to flourish inside our justice system, crippling our most vulnerable citizens; our children.
Half of all child porn now originates in America. The profits are massive. Estimated porn profits in 2006 exceed combined revenues of Microsoft, Google, Amazon, eBay, Yahoo, Apple, Netflix and EarthLink ranging from $3-$20 billion annually.
Science indicates that the Sex Cult is a 20th century establishment of religion.


A professor at Stanford University, Robert Sapolsky, has said that religion is a mental illness, and that the behaviours exhibited by ‘prophets’ in religious texts are diagnosable acts.

The self-described atheist, who is also a neuroendocrinologist, argues that religion is comparable to a shared schizophrenia.

Young children who are exposed to religion have a hard time differentiating between fact and fiction, according to a new study published in the July issue of Cognitive Science.

"It suggests that religious individuals may cling to certain beliefs, especially those which seem at odds with analytic reasoning, because those beliefs resonate with their moral sentiments," said Jared Friedman, a PhD student in organizational behavior and co-author of the studies.

"Emotional resonance helps religious people to feel more certain -- the more moral correctness they see in something, the more it affirms their thinking," said Anthony Jack, associate professor of philosophy and co-author of the research. "In contrast, moral concerns make nonreligious people feel less certain."

"When there's a question of faith, from the analytic point of view, it may seem absurd," said Tony Jack, who led the research. "But, from what we understand about the brain, the leap of faith to belief in the supernatural amounts to pushing aside the critical/analytical way of thinking to help us achieve greater social and emotional insight."
The Sex Cult is traced back to the delusions of diagnosed schizophrenics who converged into psychotic decompensation, similarly to the Gang Stalking movement

gang stalking movement:


A growing tribe of troubled minds

Mental health professionals say the narrative has taken hold among a group of people experiencing psychotic symptoms that have troubled the human mind since time immemorial. Except now victims are connecting on the internet, organizing and defying medical explanations for what’s happening to them.

The community, conservatively estimated to exceed 10,000 members, has proliferated since 9/11, cradled by the internet and fed by genuine concerns over government surveillance. A large number appear to have delusional disorder or schizophrenia, psychiatrists say.


Yet, the phenomenon remains virtually unresearched.

For the few specialists who have looked closely, these individuals represent an alarming development in the history of mental illness: thousands of sick people, banded together and demanding recognition on the basis of shared paranoias.

They raise money, hold awareness campaigns, host international conferences and fight for their causes in courts and legislatures

Perhaps their biggest victory came last year, when believers in Richmond, Calif., persuaded the City Council to pass a resolution banning space-based weapons that they believe could be used for mind control. A similar lobbying effort is underway in Tucson.
genesis of the modern Sex Cult and prohibition of CP possession:


Since the early 1980s, with the breakdown of the Communist empire, sex abusers have become the most common persecutors for paranoids.

Victorian-style devil outrage reached a fever pitch in the family-values 1980s. In his 2015 book We Believe the Children: A Moral Panic in the 1980s, author Richard Beck tells the story of a series of allegations of ritualized Satanic child abuse in daycare centers around the country. Through painstaking elicitation, police, prosecutors, and investigators managed to get children to testify to all sorts of unthinkable violations. Not just sexual assault: There were allegations of gamified animal torture and vast networks of child porn production and distribution. And, of course, the devil.

I asked Beck if in all his exhaustive research he had been able to track down a single instance of verified Satanic ritual child abuse. “No,” says. “My editor and I joked that the book would sell better if I could find an actual case, but as far as I could find it never happened.” Since they didn’t occur in reality, the infernal elements had to be products of adult interpretation and suggestion. Yet whole municipalities managed to convince themselves that there were hidden networks of devil worship and child abuse in their own backyards. How did they accomplish such a feat?

At trial, Dr. Noblitt testified about the existence of cults using ritual abuse and of organized satanic networks engaged in wide-ranging criminal enterprises including child abuse. The picture painted by Dr. Noblitt in his testimony at trial is one where criminal cults are common across the United States, and that these alleged cults typically engage in torture and murder of both adults and children. Furthermore, Dr. Noblitt opined that these cults are experts in a form of mind control or brainwashing in which victims are so heavily traumatized that they develop total and complete amnesia until the victim enters therapy and recovers the memory. His descriptions of these cults involved rape, murder, torture, grave robbing, and ceremonial animal and human sacrifice. Furthermore, he alleged that these activities took place at churches, involved police officers and other professional individuals. Lurid media coverage of this issue at the time additionally invoked the specter of widespread cannibalism. In order to explain the lack of physical evidence for these outrageous crimes, Dr. Noblitt explained to the jury that these cults will frequently lead their victims to believe in something preposterous, so that if they ever told of their tortures the stories would involve elements that would be so far-fetched that the victims would necessarily be disbelieved. This, according to Dr. Noblitt, was done intentionally by the cults as part of the mind control programming in order to discredit their victims.

In an interview shortly after the trial in a local newspaper, Dr. Noblitt was described as having been the prosecution expert witness in many ritual abuse cases, including the Keller case (Dickinson, 1993). He stated in that interview that Dan Keller, while in court, used a mysterious hand signal to mind-control people within the courtroom. Further, he asserted that cults use severe torture on victims and that all memory of the torture is repressed. In a direct quote from this news article, Dr. Noblitt stated: “I believe they use a technique of mind control unknown in legitimate psychology. It’s akin to hypnosis, created through abuse…the state of shock is so severe that it sends the victim into a deep trance state. Then cult members use different signals or triggers…” to control the victims.

In 1983, Judy Johnson, of California, accused a teacher at her son’s preschool of raping him, said faculty members had sex with animals and even claimed the teacher could fly.

Johnson was hospitalised with paranoid schizophrenia
and died before the end of the preliminary hearing from problems related to alcoholism. But LA’s Children’s Institute International then interviewed several hundred children about the alleged incident.

The students were coerced through suggestive interview techniques into making bizarre claims including the existence of secret tunnels under the school in which the alleged abuse took place; orgies supposedly conducted in car washes and airports; disturbing games in which children were allegedly photographed nude; mutilation of corpses; blood drinking; baby sacrifice and a flying teacher.

Pazder was consulted by the prosecution as an expert on Satanic ritual abuse and corroborated the claims. All parties in the McMartin preschool trial were acquitted of all charges in 1990.

A 1979 profile in New York magazine quoted Mayor Edward I. Koch as saying that she was ''one of those seminal forces, original, a go-getter.'' He said there were ''few people who can claim as many accomplishments.''

Dr. Densen-Gerber's success at getting government help became her downfall when the state investigated her use of public funds in the early 1980's and found irregularities. She resigned as executive director of Odyssey House in 1983, but remained active in affiliated programs.

Her influence extended to areas like child pornography. In 1977, her testimony that there were 264 monthly publications devoted to the subject helped persuade the House of Representatives to unanimously pass a bill to regulate it.

IPT, the publication of the Institute for Psychological Therapy, reported in 1992 that later government investigations proved her estimates to be exaggerated by ''several orders of magnitude.''

Dr. Densen-Gerber also commented on many other hot issues from a psychiatric point of view.

In 1991, she went to Omaha to testify in court that her interview with a man convinced her he had witnessed four satanic ritual killings. She characterized herself as an expert at deprogramming survivors of satanic cults.
ipt-forensics.com/journal/volume4/j4_2_1.htm

The Origin of the Myths

In 1976 Robin Lloyd, correspondent for NBC, published For Money or Love: Boy Prostitution in America (Out of Print)(Out of Print).18 In the book, for which a U.S. senator had written an introduction, Lloyd claimed that a huge network of prostitution involving 300,000 boys existed. The notion that child pornography trade is big business was initiated in this book. Yet, nowhere in the book is there any empirical basis for the number 300,000. Indeed, Lloyd admitted that it was a working hypothesis which he had suggested to a number of experts to test their reactions.19 This didn't prevent Judianne Densen-Gerber, director of Odyssey House, a chain of residential treatment clinics for drug addicts, from taking over the figure as if it represented a reliable statistic. She set about to mobilize public opinion against child pornography to which, she said, Lloyd had alerted her.

The media followed the stories of child exploitation in detail. In the national periodicals during 1977 nine articles appeared.20 The New York Times, a paper known to avoid sensationalism, printed 27 articles that year compared to one in the two years before. When in May, 1977 the highly popular television series Sixty Minutes devoted a program to child pornography, a tidal wave of letters to politicians resulted.21 That spring a subcommittee of the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives held a series of hearings on the subject which lasted until autumn, keeping child pornography in the news in the U.S.A. A platform was established by crusaders against child pornography, and in the prevailing climate of moral panic their cries for stronger measures received wide political support.

The chairman of the committee was Representative John Conyers Jr., who had organized the hearings to pass judgment on the proposal of Representatives Kildee and Murphy for a first Federal law against child pornography. It was this series of hearings that would make the question of child pornography a national issue. The first hearing was dominated by the appearance of Judianne Densen-Gerber. Equipped. with some child pornography magazines, she shocked congressional representatives with her claim that she had, together with Robin Lloyd, counted 264 comparable publications that, according to her, appeared monthly (an exaggeration by a factor of several orders of magnitude as we shall see). The figures which Robin Lloyd had mentioned as a working hypothesis were repeated by Densen-Gerber as fact:

Lloyd's book documented the involvement of 300,000 boys, aged 8 to 16, in activities revolving around sex for sale.22

She then multiplied the number by two, because her intuition told her that 300,000 girls were also involved in such activities. She then multiplied it again by two since, according to Lloyd, the real figure was "twice what he (could) statistically validate,"23 and this lead to something like a million children. The chairman Conyers multiplied this again by two since, he reasoned, America had not only one million runaways but another one million school drop outs. In this way the contours of a national disaster were drawn. According to Conyers:

"So we have somewhere possibly in the neighbourhood of 2 million kids who form a ready market for sexual exploitation from pornographers and the like."24

Densen-Gerber could not agree more. The Kildee-Murphy proposal was made law without any opposition: 401 for, 0 against.

The Sex Cult believes in a scientifically refuted fantasy world described across a themed collection of scientifically refuted fiction materials traced back to the delusional imaginations of the insane, and they manifest a neurological inability to end their belief in the fantasy world described in the fiction materials of their 20th century establishment of religion.






The autistic community has been disproportionately targeted by this legislation --- which is blasphemy legislation passed in respect of a 20th century establishment of religion --- because autistic people are less likely to believe in the fiction materials of establishments of religion.


Religion and Autism, are they together or apart?
Recent studies suggest today's autistics tend to reject organized religion.

Most controversially, he believes society needs to tackle the taboo subject of ASD and paedophilia. Speaking ahead of World Autism Awareness Day today, he suggested that many inmates in sex offender units, including those convicted of child pornography offences, show signs of Asperger’s or ASD.

Mr. Mahoney said Mr. Lundberg's case is one of many nationwide in which people with autism are prosecuted for child pornography offenses without proper understanding of their mental struggles.
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If you disagree, surely you can demonstrate the higher impact science that supports you.

I have provided ample scientific evidence in support of my claim. I encourage you to demonstrate the scientific evidence in support of you.

You can't because there is no high impact factor science in support of your establishment of religion.

It's really easy. I've demonstrated the science that has refuted the religious belief system of this illegally respected establishment of religion. If I am incorrect, you should be able to provide the higher impact factor science literature that refutes me.

We can leave this issue entirely to science. I have posted the science that supports the title of this thread, as well as the impact factors of the journals it is in.

Your turn. You think I am wrong? Then show the science that supports your position or shut the fuck up.
 
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If you disagree, surely you can demonstrate the higher impact science that supports you.

I have provided ample scientific evidence in support of my claim. I encourage you to demonstrate the scientific evidence in support of you.

You can't because there is no high impact factor science in support of your establishment of religion.

It's really easy. I've demonstrated the science that has refuted the religious belief system of this illegally respected establishment of religion. If I am incorrect, you should be able to provide the higher impact factor science literature that refutes me.
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Unsurprisingly, the believer in the fiction materials of this establishment of religion refuses to demonstrate a single shred of evidence in support of his religious belief system. The reason for this is that science has refuted the veracity of the fiction materials of his establishment of religion.


"It suggests that religious individuals may cling to certain beliefs, especially those which seem at odds with analytic reasoning, because those beliefs resonate with their moral sentiments," said Jared Friedman, a PhD student in organizational behavior and co-author of the studies.

"Emotional resonance helps religious people to feel more certain -- the more moral correctness they see in something, the more it affirms their thinking," said Anthony Jack, associate professor of philosophy and co-author of the research. "In contrast, moral concerns make nonreligious people feel less certain."

"When there's a question of faith, from the analytic point of view, it may seem absurd," said Tony Jack, who led the research. "But, from what we understand about the brain, the leap of faith to belief in the supernatural amounts to pushing aside the critical/analytical way of thinking to help us achieve greater social and emotional insight."
 
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I will be honest in saying that I didn't read a single word, nor letter, nor article or even just a quote. Nothing in this post has been read whatsoever and I think you should know that.
 
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I will be honest in saying that I didn't read a single word, nor letter, nor article or even just a quote. Nothing in this post has been read whatsoever and I think you should know that.
I already knew that your religious brain disease prohibited you from reading this material, as in response to the science that has conclusively refuted the fiction materials of your illegally and unconstitutionally respected 20th century establishment of religion, your brain pushes activity away from the network that is capable of observing the external environment.


"When there's a question of faith, from the analytic point of view, it may seem absurd," said Tony Jack, who led the research. "But, from what we understand about the brain, the leap of faith to belief in the supernatural amounts to pushing aside the critical/analytical way of thinking to help us achieve greater social and emotional insight."

Neural correlates of maintaining one’s political beliefs in the face of counterevidence

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Challenges to political beliefs produced increased activity in the default mode network—a set of interconnected structures associated with self-representation and disengagement from the external world.
As an autistic person, I don't manifest this brain activation pattern in response to the valid science that has refuted the fiction materials of your establishment of religion,


A more recent resting state study reported reduced functional connectivity in DMN but not the task-positive network in an adult autistic sample (Kennedy and Courchesne, 2008). Specifically, reduced connectivity was localised to MPFC and left angular gyrus, and while the DMN and task-positive networks were significantly anti-correlated in controls, no such anti-correlation was observed in the ASD group
In summary, DMN activity in autistic patients is thought to be low at rest, with reduced connectivity between anterior and posterior DMN regions probably reflecting a disturbance of self- referential thought. In contrast to altered connectivity in the DMN, connectivity in the task-positive network appears normal in autism. Moreover, the absence of an anti-correlation between the DMN and task-positive networks, suggests an imbalance in the toggling between these networks, driven by a paucity of introspective thought.
And I demand that my constitutional rights are upheld in the form of each piece of legislation the United States congress has passed in respect of your establishment of religion being abolished.


Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.[1]
 
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I'm just letting you know this ahead of time, so that you aren't taken by surprise when the supreme court of the United States of America enforces my constitutional rights against your establishment of religion that congress has illegally respected the believers in the scientifically refuted fiction materials of.
 
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I will not stop posting through every channel available the scientific truth of the illegal treason that the religious traitors to the constitution of the United States of America committed.

I will stop posting such things upon the enforcement of the constitution and the arrests of the religious treason committers who staged an illegal coup against it.
 
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I'm just letting you know this ahead of time, so that you aren't taken by surprise when the supreme court of the United States of America enforces my constitutional rights against your establishment of religion that congress has illegally respected the believers in the scientifically refuted fiction materials of.
The US Government, which is run by Jews, who actively rape and murder goyim children, will legalize CP? Wow truly this will be a surprise to everyone.

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You should realize that your illegal and unconstitutional moral panic is being brought to an end by the patriots to the constitution of the United States of America, who will be assisting the supreme court justices of our nation in critically analyzing the constitution of our nation.

The UK is also bringing an end to this moral panic, though I cannot comment on their system of constitutional law and such. In the United States of America, however, it is certain that this legislation is unconstitutional, as science has indicated it was passed in respect of a 20th century establishment of religion.


UK Police Announce There Are So Many Pedophiles, They Will Stop Arresting Them

Police are knocking on the doors of suspected paedophiles and urging them to stop viewing child pornography online as part of a controversial new scheme to combat crime.

Officers visit homes of people they believe may have downloaded or viewed indecent images of children and tell them to stop, often handing over a warning letter.

So far officers from Sussex Police, the first to try such a scheme, have visited 24 homes of suspected paedophiles since November last year.

Though viewing or downloading child porn is illegal, offenders are not arrested but are told never to do it again.

A radical reform of how the state deals with child sex offenders who view indecent images of children is being mooted. Proposals that offenders should receive mental health treatment rather than face imprisonment are under consideration.

In an interview with The Guardian, Chief Constable Simon Bailey - the Association of Chief Police Officers’ (ACPO) head of child protection and abuse investigations - shed light on the proposed reforms.

He said thousands of offenders who source and view child abuse images on the internet should receive treatment under the National Health Service (NHS) rather than face imprisonment, because they do not pose a threat to young people.

This suggested policy shift has provoked heated debate among child protection professionals and health experts over whether such a move amounts to the decriminalization of child abuse offenses at a time when online abuse appear to be on the increase.

Bailey is an advocate of the reforms.
 
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You expect me to read all that shit?
 
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You expect me to read all that shit?
No, you're a retard. I don't expect mentally handicapped people to be able to read substantial volumes of text.

I made this thread for people who aren't mentally retarded to read, not for you.
 
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No, you're a retard. I don't expect mentally handicapped people to be able to read substantial volumes of text.

I made this thread for people who aren't mentally retarded to read, not for you.
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If I'm incorrect then you should be able to provide the science that supports you in higher impact factor journals than the ones I've provided.

The fact is, that calling me a jew, calling me names, and so on, doesn't change the fact of the matter --- which is that I have provided numerous high impact factor science journals in support of the title of this thread, whereas you have provided nothing but name calling and asserting your unwillingness to read what I have provided to you.

If you had a single leg to stand on, you would trivially demonstrate the higher impact science that is contrary to that which I have provided you.
 
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I already knew that your religious brain disease prohibited you from reading this material, as in response to the science that has conclusively refuted the fiction materials of your illegally and unconstitutionally respected 20th century establishment of religion, your brain pushes activity away from the network that is capable of observing the external environment.







As an autistic person, I don't manifest this brain activation pattern in response to the valid science that has refuted the fiction materials of your establishment of religion,






And I demand that my constitutional rights are upheld in the form of each piece of legislation the United States congress has passed in respect of your establishment of religion being abolished.

I read nothing once again but I didn't say I disagreed. I don't give a shit about your constitutional rights, nor the Jew given rights of anyone else; they're not something to say "oh, look, this is correct because it says so here". I don't have strong opinions on child porn
 
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I am not particularly concerned of the constitution, other than for the truthful fact that it prohibits the legislation that congress has passed in respect of the believers in the fiction materials of this establishment of religion.

If the citizens of the USA, if the supreme court justices of the USA, the congresspeople of the USA, the presidents of the USA, have such little regard for the constitution that they openly are unwilling to follow it, then the entire thing should just be scrapped, rather than functioning as a false signal of the rights that the government recognizes us as having.

There is no valid reason to maintain the constitution if there is zero enforcement of the amendments of it. Just get rid of the damn thing if you would prefer to do what morally resonates with you instead of following the law and the constitution of the United States of America.

Science has demonstrated that congress has illegally respected the believers in the fiction materials of a 20th century establishment of religion. The legislation based on the congresspeople reciting the scriptures of this New Religious Movement must be abolished in accordance with constitutional law. If we no longer follow constitutional law in the United States of America, then announce this fact to our people instead of misleading our citizenry into imagining that we have these protections.
 
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That's a new sentence.
It's pretty meh in the end. On one hand, it fucks up the kid hard (in more ways than one), but on the other I don't really care. I've never watched nor do I intend to watch any though, so maybe my opinions would change from "who cares" to either "fucking hell this is great and I'm a paedophile" or "Jesus Christ this is so fucked; how did I used to tolerate this in the world?". As long as it's not, like, under 13, then I don't really have an issue with it currently
 
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Please note that I talked with the moderator who temp banned me twice, and that I did not violate the rules --- as he put them forth to me --- in this post, which I told him I would make.




Whereas science says, from the highest impact science literature in the peer reviewed journals





















The Sex Cult, which is an illegally respected establishment of religion, says from blogs and newspaper headlines that don't support their articles






The few existent Sex Cultist studies are in low impact journals that have higher impact journals that have refuted them.

Against the Sex Cultists








For the Sex Cultists







Against the Sex Cultists







For the Sex Cultists

in a journal that has an impact factor equivalent that peaked at 1.083 and was at 0.0 at the time of publication (citations per document has an explanation).





Wow, a case study of one whole person, who



What science has to say about the previous study

impact factor 1.102 equivalence






Whereas science says the Sex Cult and CP moral panic is comparable to the Salem Witch Trials









The Sex Cult --- which is a 20th century establishment of religion --- says














Whereas science --- as well as law enforcement intelligence, as well as investigative journalism --- says there isn't a booming bazillion gazillion dollar CP industry




ipt-forensics.com/journal/volume4/j4_2_1.htm











The Sex Cult --- which is a 20th century establishment of religion --- says --- well, they say all kinds of things and can't even keep their story straight




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2013:








In 2016 some of the splinter organizations are starting to reject the veracity of the booming multi billion dollar CP industry, for example ICMEC which is a splinter denomination from NCMEC:




As you can see, these people cannot all simultaneously be correct. The United Nations "expert" said that in 2013 CP was a booming 3-20 billion dollar industry, whereas the ICMEC "expert" said that it was over a decade ago that it was a multi-billion dollar commercial enterprise. In reality they are both religiously insane, but their delusional fantasy worlds are incompatible with each other.

Numerous miscellaneous mentions of the booming multi billion dollar CP industry:
















Science indicates that the Sex Cult is a 20th century establishment of religion.













The Sex Cult is traced back to the delusions of diagnosed schizophrenics who converged into psychotic decompensation, similarly to the Gang Stalking movement

gang stalking movement:




genesis of the modern Sex Cult and prohibition of CP possession:




The Sex Cult believes in a scientifically refuted fantasy world described across a themed collection of scientifically refuted fiction materials traced back to the delusional imaginations of the insane, and they manifest a neurological inability to end their belief in the fantasy world described in the fiction materials of their 20th century establishment of religion.






The autistic community has been disproportionately targeted by this legislation --- which is blasphemy legislation passed in respect of a 20th century establishment of religion --- because autistic people are less likely to believe in the fiction materials of establishments of religion.







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It's a strawman argument to claim that CP fucks the kid up hard. Science doesn't indicate that children should be sexually abused. Science doesn't indicate that people should fuck children and record themselves doing so. Science merely indicates that the Sex Cult is a 20th century establishment of religion, and that congress passed the legislation outlawing the possesion of CP based on the belief in the scriptures of a 20th century New Religious Movement that started sometime in the 1970s and then massively grew.

There are legal videos of Mexican cartels cutting the hearts out of screaming children. The only reason why these videos are seen differently than CP is because of the mass indoctrination that took place regarding CP. The indoctrination has been entirely scientifically refuted.
 
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But seriously, i unironically think all countries worldwide should have their age of consent be set to either 16 or 14. I also believe that CP should be made perfectly legal to view, save, download, share and so on like normal porn. BUT, and here's the catch, the PRODUCTION of child porn, even if you have the child's consent and their parent's consent, should be 100% illegal.
I can only IMAGINE the terabytes of CP that already exists in the world right now. It it was legalised, no one would have to make it. It would be all over the place and easily available. Plus i don't think anyone should be put on a list or anything if they watch or download it.
But that's just my 2 sense.
 
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CP is already freely available and all over the place. For example, you can confirm this from the following study:


Over a one year period, we observed over 1.8 million distinct peers on eMule and over 700,000 peers on Gnutella, from over 100 countries, sharing hundreds of thousands of files verified as CP.
There is virtually zero actual impact made by the legislation against it.


Biden and Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), the committee's ranking member, said they were troubled that because of limited resources, investigators are able to take on less than 2 percent of what they called "known" cases of child-pornography trafficking via the Internet.

BALTIMORE (WJZ)– The number of child pornography cases in Maryland is skyrocketing, doubling in the past two years–fueled by new technology, Maryland State Police say.
Virtually zero impact is made against the viewing of CP by the legislation that prohibits it. All that is accomplished is that the substitution effect of CP is artificially reduced by law because people don't feel safe looking at it anyway and think to themselves that they may as well molest children anyway, seeing as the rare people arrested with CP receive ungodly punishments.


Glasgow man sentenced to probation for raping 12-year-old girl

A du Pont family heir who pleaded guilty nearly six years ago to raping his 3-year-old daughter was never put behind bars because a Delaware judge ruled he “would not fare well” in prison, court records show.

BILLINGS, Mont. – A Montana man who admitted to raping a 12-year-old girl will not be sent to prison.

Joseph Presley: 23-Year-Old Youth Minister Gets 30 Days In Jail From Judge Calvin Holden For Molesting 8-Year-Old Boy

Man Gets 100 Years In Prison For Child Porn

Central Florida Man Sentenced to 885 Years for Child Pornography

On Thursday, a Florida circuit court sentenced Daniel Enrique Guevara Vilca, a stockroom clerk whose home computer contained a cache of child pornography, to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
All that does is lessen the substitution effect.


Could making child pornography legal lead to lower rates of child sex abuse? It could well do, according to a new study by Milton Diamond, from the University of Hawaii, and colleagues.

Results from the Czech Republic showed, as seen everywhere else studied (Canada, Croatia, Denmark, Germany, Finland, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Sweden, USA), that rape and other sex crimes have not increased following the legalization and wide availability of pornography. And most significantly, the incidence of child sex abuse has fallen considerably since 1989, when child pornography became readily accessible – a phenomenon also seen in Denmark and Japan. Their findings are published online today in Springer’s journal Archives of Sexual Behavior.

The findings support the theory that potential sexual offenders use child pornography as a substitute for sex crimes against children
All this does


Court Upholds Law Requiring Therapists to Report Patients Who View Child Porn
is cause such people to be more likely to sexually abuse children.


Germany urges paedophiles out of the shadows

Some men who are sexually attracted to children would like help to change their condition but fear doctors will tell the police. In Germany, though, a campaign is under way to persuade them to sign up for confidential treatment, even if they have abused a child - and doctors are hailing it as a big success.
It's exactly like what happened with the anti-vaccination movement.



The last dozen years have seen a massive transnational mobilization of the legal, political, and research communities in response to the worrisome hypothesis that vaccines could have a link to childhood autism and other developmental conditions. Vaccine critics, some already organized and some composed of newly galvanized parents, developed an alternate world of internally legitimating studies, blogs, conferences, publications, and spokespeople to affirm a connection.
As I have noted above, there is indeed a complex community of researchers, journals, and articles to point to, facts to recite, conferences to attend, and professional groups to connect with that supply a great deal of internal legitimacy







Like Steve Novella, I have no doubt that Jenny McCarthy and Jim Carrey mean well, but I agree that it’s not enough to mean well. There’s a famous saying that the road to hell is paved with good intentions. My usually corollary to this saying is that good intentions coupled with misinformation and self-righteousness are the straightest and surest route to hell that I can think of, and among the best examples of this corollary are parents who have been misled by the pseudoscience of the cottage industry of autism quackery that depends on the belief that vaccines cause autism for its profitability.

But some experts question whether a vaccination mandate will sway public opinion in France, where distrust in vaccines has risen alarmingly in recent years. In a survey published last year, 41 percent of respondents in France disagreed with the statement that vaccines are safe — the highest rate of distrust among the 67 countries that were surveyed, and more than three times higher than the global average.

"It feels like we're back in the '40s when vaccines were widely contested," Professor François Chast -- a leading pro-vaccine activist and head of the Hotel-Dieu clinic in Paris - told VICE Impact. "How did we get here? The idea that all information is equal."

Engaging social stimuli are associated with activation of the DMN and deactivation of the TPN, whereas analytic problems are associated with activation of the TPN and deactivation of the DMN.

"These findings," Friedman continued, "are consistent with the philosophical view, espoused by (Immanuel) Kant, according to which there are two distinct types of truth: empirical and moral."

Are anti-vaccine parents in the grip of mass hysteria?

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Vaccination is one the greatest public health advances of all time.

It has saved, and continues to save, literally millions of lives each year, yet many well meaning parents have become convinced that vaccines are harmful and there is no amount of scientific evidence that can convince them otherwise.

Why do I call it the “anti-vaccine religion”? Let me explain

A few months ago, I started characterizing the anti-vaxxer fanatics as being members of the “anti-vaccine religion.” It wasn’t an important point to me, because as I constantly stress, the only thing that matters is scientific evidence – the vast bulk of which supports the safety and effectiveness of vaccines.

In fact, I know a lot of pro-vaccine people, many of whom are leaders in pointing out the flaws of the anti-vaccine religion, are themselves religious. I am an atheist, but I do not decide who are my friends on social media or real life, based on their religious beliefs. Since almost every major religion in the world supports vaccination, and in almost every case, strongly so, it’s clear that organized religion and vaccines are not in conflict.

For me, “anti-vaccine religion” was a throwaway line almost tongue-in-cheek, because, from my standpoint, the group acts as if it were a religious cult. In fact, some people I know, who loathe the anti-vaccine zealots, do classify them as a cult.
 
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It's pretty meh in the end. On one hand, it fucks up the kid hard (in more ways than one), but on the other I don't really care. I've never watched nor do I intend to watch any though, so maybe my opinions would change from "who cares" to either "fucking hell this is great and I'm a paedophile" or "Jesus Christ this is so fucked; how did I used to tolerate this in the world?". As long as it's not, like, under 13, then I don't really have an issue with it currently
There is somewhere on this world a 12 yr old becky that blows 16 yr old chad right now on the toilet just saying
 
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There is somewher on this world a 12 yr old becky that blows 16 yr old chad right now on the toilet
Well sure. I'm on about the more extreme cases wherein it's not fully consensual and they just happened to film it, if you get what I'm saying. Sure, there are 12 year old sluts, and the Chad might've filmed them, but I wouldn't say that that's the majority. It comes with using the child to make a film, instead of them being a "natural" participant if you could call it that
 
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Well sure. I'm on about the more extreme cases wherein it's not fully consensual and they just happened to film it, if you get what I'm saying. Sure, there are 12 year old sluts, and the Chad might've filmed them, but I wouldn't say that that's the majority. It comes with using the child to make a film, instead of them being a "natural" participant if you could call it that
Just build in some suifuel nothing OT
 
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This just makes us look bad lol. I’ll put it short, If you’re going out of your way to “play” with little kids, or record them playing, you deserve to be shot in the back of the head.
 
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This just makes us look bad lol. I’ll put it short, If you’re going out of your way to “play” with little kids, or record them playing, you deserve to be shot in the back of the head.
You don't think you look bad because of calling for the extermination of the jews, but think you look bad because I post the highest impact factor peer reviewed science literature on your forum?

Are you seriously so delusional that you think your forum of school shooting glorification, calling for the extermination of jews, calling for the legalization of rape and enslavement of females, and other such things --- looks bad because I posted the citations to and excerpts from the highest impact factor peer reviewed science journals on it?

Rest assured, I have brought legitimacy to your forum by honoring it with the truth of science, and that this makes your forum look superior rather than worse, for even as the free speech of it allows other things that make you actually look bad on it, it also allows for the truth of science on it that is censored on communities such as reddit.

Allowing my posting of valid peer reviewed high impact science journal articles on your forum excuses all of the bad things on your forum that would have been here regardless of whether or not I posted here.

Not only have I not made your forum look bad, but I have redeemed the badness of your forum by demonstrating that the freedom of speech may allow for delusional nasty people to say things, but it also allows for the censored truth of science to be said despite the dislike the religious traitors have for the truth of science, and despite the measures they take to ensure it is censored.
 
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You don't think you look bad because of calling for the extermination of the jews, but think you look bad because I post the highest impact factor peer reviewed science literature on your forum?

Are you seriously so delusional that you think your forum of school shooting glorification, calling for the extermination of jews, calling for the legalization of rape and enslavement of females, and other such things --- looks bad because I posted the citations to and excerpts from the highest impact factor peer reviewed science journals on it?
When did I call for the extermination of jews, school shootings, rape and enslavement of anyone? Lol.
 
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jesus christ bro, did you seriously write all that shit just because you want to see some old dude raping eight year old kid?
 
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jesus christ bro, did you seriously write all that shit just because you want to see some old dude raping eight year old kid?
Laws against viewing CP cause more children to be raped according to the highest impact factor science journals.


Could making child pornography legal lead to lower rates of child sex abuse? It could well do, according to a new study by Milton Diamond, from the University of Hawaii, and colleagues.

Results from the Czech Republic showed, as seen everywhere else studied (Canada, Croatia, Denmark, Germany, Finland, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Sweden, USA), that rape and other sex crimes have not increased following the legalization and wide availability of pornography. And most significantly, the incidence of child sex abuse has fallen considerably since 1989, when child pornography became readily accessible – a phenomenon also seen in Denmark and Japan. Their findings are published online today in Springer’s journal Archives of Sexual Behavior.

The findings support the theory that potential sexual offenders use child pornography as a substitute for sex crimes against children

Impact factor (2017) 3.223
The journal was established in 1971 by Richard Green, who served as its editor-in-chief until 2001.[1] He was succeeded by Kenneth J. Zucker.[1] It is published by Springer Science+Business Media[2] and has become a leading journal in its field.[3] Associated with its editorial board and the International Academy of Sex Research are many of the world's leading figures in gender and sexuality research, including Richard Green, Kenneth Zucker, Milton Diamond, Michael Baily, and Carol Martin.
Archives of Sexual Behavior is abstracted and indexed in Biological Abstracts, Current Contents/Social & Behavioral Sciences, EMBASE, Family & Society Studies Worldwide, Health and Safety Science Abstracts, Index Medicus/MEDLINE, Psychological Abstracts, PsycINFO, Referativny Zhurnal, Risk Abstracts, Sage Family Studies Abstracts, Scopus, Sexual and Relations Therapy, Social Sciences Citation Index, Social Science Index,Sociological Abstracts, Studies on Women & Gender Abstracts, and Violence and Abuse Abstracts.[2] According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal's 2013 impact factor is 2.783.[4] Based on the 2011 impact factor (3.52), of 2,943 Social Science journals, Archives was ranked 102nd (96th percentile). Of 109 journals classified as Psychology (Clinical), Archives was ranked 11th (90th percentile). Of 89 journals classified as Social Science, Interdisciplinary, Archives was ranked 1st. [5]





The laws against viewing CP are virtually unenforced because of the sheer volume of people disregarding them.


Biden and Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), the committee's ranking member, said they were troubled that because of limited resources, investigators are able to take on less than 2 percent of what they called "known" cases of child-pornography trafficking via the Internet.


CP is already freely available all over the Internet.


Over a one year period, we observed over 1.8 million distinct peers on eMule and over 700,000 peers on Gnutella, from over 100 countries, sharing hundreds of thou- sands of files verified as CP.
 
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Viewing CP was outlawed because a grant embezzling Satanic Cult expert and a bunch of schizophrenics had convergent sex abuse psychotic decompensation and had the resultant externalized encodings of their delusional imaginations mistaken as actual reality.


Since the early 1980s, with the breakdown of the Communist empire, sex abusers have become the most common persecutors for paranoids.

Victorian-style devil outrage reached a fever pitch in the family-values 1980s. In his 2015 book We Believe the Children: A Moral Panic in the 1980s, author Richard Beck tells the story of a series of allegations of ritualized Satanic child abuse in daycare centers around the country. Through painstaking elicitation, police, prosecutors, and investigators managed to get children to testify to all sorts of unthinkable violations. Not just sexual assault: There were allegations of gamified animal torture and vast networks of child porn production and distribution. And, of course, the devil.

I asked Beck if in all his exhaustive research he had been able to track down a single instance of verified Satanic ritual child abuse. “No,” says. “My editor and I joked that the book would sell better if I could find an actual case, but as far as I could find it never happened.” Since they didn’t occur in reality, the infernal elements had to be products of adult interpretation and suggestion. Yet whole municipalities managed to convince themselves that there were hidden networks of devil worship and child abuse in their own backyards. How did they accomplish such a feat?

At trial, Dr. Noblitt testified about the existence of cults using ritual abuse and of organized satanic networks engaged in wide-ranging criminal enterprises including child abuse. The picture painted by Dr. Noblitt in his testimony at trial is one where criminal cults are common across the United States, and that these alleged cults typically engage in torture and murder of both adults and children. Furthermore, Dr. Noblitt opined that these cults are experts in a form of mind control or brainwashing in which victims are so heavily traumatized that they develop total and complete amnesia until the victim enters therapy and recovers the memory. His descriptions of these cults involved rape, murder, torture, grave robbing, and ceremonial animal and human sacrifice. Furthermore, he alleged that these activities took place at churches, involved police officers and other professional individuals. Lurid media coverage of this issue at the time additionally invoked the specter of widespread cannibalism. In order to explain the lack of physical evidence for these outrageous crimes, Dr. Noblitt explained to the jury that these cults will frequently lead their victims to believe in something preposterous, so that if they ever told of their tortures the stories would involve elements that would be so far-fetched that the victims would necessarily be disbelieved. This, according to Dr. Noblitt, was done intentionally by the cults as part of the mind control programming in order to discredit their victims.

In an interview shortly after the trial in a local newspaper, Dr. Noblitt was described as having been the prosecution expert witness in many ritual abuse cases, including the Keller case (Dickinson, 1993). He stated in that interview that Dan Keller, while in court, used a mysterious hand signal to mind-control people within the courtroom. Further, he asserted that cults use severe torture on victims and that all memory of the torture is repressed. In a direct quote from this news article, Dr. Noblitt stated: “I believe they use a technique of mind control unknown in legitimate psychology. It’s akin to hypnosis, created through abuse…the state of shock is so severe that it sends the victim into a deep trance state. Then cult members use different signals or triggers…” to control the victims.

In 1983, Judy Johnson, of California, accused a teacher at her son’s preschool of raping him, said faculty members had sex with animals and even claimed the teacher could fly.

Johnson was hospitalised with paranoid schizophrenia
and died before the end of the preliminary hearing from problems related to alcoholism. But LA’s Children’s Institute International then interviewed several hundred children about the alleged incident.

The students were coerced through suggestive interview techniques into making bizarre claims including the existence of secret tunnels under the school in which the alleged abuse took place; orgies supposedly conducted in car washes and airports; disturbing games in which children were allegedly photographed nude; mutilation of corpses; blood drinking; baby sacrifice and a flying teacher.

Pazder was consulted by the prosecution as an expert on Satanic ritual abuse and corroborated the claims. All parties in the McMartin preschool trial were acquitted of all charges in 1990.

A 1979 profile in New York magazine quoted Mayor Edward I. Koch as saying that she was ''one of those seminal forces, original, a go-getter.'' He said there were ''few people who can claim as many accomplishments.''

Dr. Densen-Gerber's success at getting government help became her downfall when the state investigated her use of public funds in the early 1980's and found irregularities. She resigned as executive director of Odyssey House in 1983, but remained active in affiliated programs.

Her influence extended to areas like child pornography. In 1977, her testimony that there were 264 monthly publications devoted to the subject helped persuade the House of Representatives to unanimously pass a bill to regulate it.

IPT, the publication of the Institute for Psychological Therapy, reported in 1992 that later government investigations proved her estimates to be exaggerated by ''several orders of magnitude.''

Dr. Densen-Gerber also commented on many other hot issues from a psychiatric point of view.

In 1991, she went to Omaha to testify in court that her interview with a man convinced her he had witnessed four satanic ritual killings. She characterized herself as an expert at deprogramming survivors of satanic cults.
ipt-forensics.com/journal/volume4/j4_2_1.htm

The Origin of the Myths

In 1976 Robin Lloyd, correspondent for NBC, published For Money or Love: Boy Prostitution in America (Out of Print)(Out of Print).18 In the book, for which a U.S. senator had written an introduction, Lloyd claimed that a huge network of prostitution involving 300,000 boys existed. The notion that child pornography trade is big business was initiated in this book. Yet, nowhere in the book is there any empirical basis for the number 300,000. Indeed, Lloyd admitted that it was a working hypothesis which he had suggested to a number of experts to test their reactions.19 This didn't prevent Judianne Densen-Gerber, director of Odyssey House, a chain of residential treatment clinics for drug addicts, from taking over the figure as if it represented a reliable statistic. She set about to mobilize public opinion against child pornography to which, she said, Lloyd had alerted her.

The media followed the stories of child exploitation in detail. In the national periodicals during 1977 nine articles appeared.20 The New York Times, a paper known to avoid sensationalism, printed 27 articles that year compared to one in the two years before. When in May, 1977 the highly popular television series Sixty Minutes devoted a program to child pornography, a tidal wave of letters to politicians resulted.21 That spring a subcommittee of the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives held a series of hearings on the subject which lasted until autumn, keeping child pornography in the news in the U.S.A. A platform was established by crusaders against child pornography, and in the prevailing climate of moral panic their cries for stronger measures received wide political support.

The chairman of the committee was Representative John Conyers Jr., who had organized the hearings to pass judgment on the proposal of Representatives Kildee and Murphy for a first Federal law against child pornography. It was this series of hearings that would make the question of child pornography a national issue. The first hearing was dominated by the appearance of Judianne Densen-Gerber. Equipped. with some child pornography magazines, she shocked congressional representatives with her claim that she had, together with Robin Lloyd, counted 264 comparable publications that, according to her, appeared monthly (an exaggeration by a factor of several orders of magnitude as we shall see). The figures which Robin Lloyd had mentioned as a working hypothesis were repeated by Densen-Gerber as fact:

Lloyd's book documented the involvement of 300,000 boys, aged 8 to 16, in activities revolving around sex for sale.22

She then multiplied the number by two, because her intuition told her that 300,000 girls were also involved in such activities. She then multiplied it again by two since, according to Lloyd, the real figure was "twice what he (could) statistically validate,"23 and this lead to something like a million children. The chairman Conyers multiplied this again by two since, he reasoned, America had not only one million runaways but another one million school drop outs. In this way the contours of a national disaster were drawn. According to Conyers:

"So we have somewhere possibly in the neighbourhood of 2 million kids who form a ready market for sexual exploitation from pornographers and the like."24

Densen-Gerber could not agree more. The Kildee-Murphy proposal was made law without any opposition: 401 for, 0 against.
The Spread of Rumors

In 1986 the Senate Commission33 under the chairmanship of William V. Roth, Republican from Delaware, came to the same conclusion as the ILIC report. Nevertheless, neither the Roth report nor the ILIC report were able to dampen the spread of rumors about an enormous trade. Even in 1986, the claims of Lloyd and Densen-Gerber continued to come up as facts in official reports: the Meese Commission, initiated by the Reagan administration to prepare a drastic sharpening of the anti-pornography laws, uncritically took over these claims.34 According to the Meese Commission, Congress had discovered that child pornography and child prostitution "have become highly organized, multi-million dollar industries that operate on a nationwide scale."35 The monthly appearance of 264 magazines (Densen-Gerber) was again reported as truth, alongside the 30,000 exploited children of Los Angeles (Lloyd Martin).

The U.S. Supreme Court took over these claims in their first child pornography case, New York v Ferber (1982), saying that child pornography comprised, "highly organized multimillion dollar industries that operate on a nationwide scale."36 The otherwise dignified court was so upset by the alleged extent of the problem that the solicitor for the accused, Herald Price Fahringer, lost his composure and fled the sitting as fast as he could.37

The claims of Lloyd and Densen-Gerber also appeared outside the U.S.A. The report, Exploitation of Child Labour, which was submitted in 1981 to the Commission for Human Rights of the United Nations, claimed: "In the United States there are at least 264 pornographic magazines specializing in pornography concerning children."38 It was claimed that in 1977, 15,000 slides and 4,000 films of child pornography had been intercepted by the police, which was, according to the report, 5% of the total stock in circulation.

According to the United Nations report, the value of trade in child pornography in 1977 was estimated at $500 million. Such estimates are not based on any kind of empirical evidence, and are easy to refute. If these claims were true then the allegedly intercepted slides and films would have had a value of thousands of dollars each.39 In reality, these films were sold for much less, which can be checked with reference to the advertisement brochures of Deltaboek, publisher of homosexual pornography and literature. From here it is apparent that the Golden Boys film series, produced by COQ in Denmark, cost 85 guilders each, which is about $35.

In 1986, Defence for Children International prepared a report on child prostitution in which they claimed: "Estimates on the number of child prostitutes vary from 300,000 to several millions for the U.S. and Canada."40 A year later these figures were taken over by the Norwegian Ministry of Justice.41 This report was later submitted to the Ministers of Justice of the member countries of the Council of Europe. Within the Council of Europe a report on child exploitation was written in which it was claimed that: "A study of boy prostitutes had suggested that there were 300,000 boy prostitutes in the United States, many of whom are designated runaways."42 The claims of the United Nations report were also repeated. As late as 1988 the Dutch language world development magazine, Onze Wereld (Our World), claimed that: "The American (sic) periodical43 Child Abuse and Neglect reported that in the United States at least 264 different child pornography magazines are in circulation. The kiddieporn stars are drawn from the numerous American runaway teenagers."44 The same article made similar exaggerated claims about alleged illicit trade in donor organs obtained from children killed for the purpose. The story about donor organs had also appeared in the report of the Council of Europe, although there was never any evidence and the story was not credible from the beginning.45

The alleged size of the child pornography trade and the many children said to have been involved, are little more than myths. They are the result of the arbitrary multiplication of arbitrary numbers of alleged victims made by a journalist. The claims had taken on a life of their own. The fact that these claims had by 1980 been rejected by thorough official investigations was insufficient to prevent the claim from reappearing, not only in the media but also in other official circles, including the United States Senate, the United States Supreme Court, a Commission of the American Justice Department, the United Nations and the Council of Europe. After the number had been cited in the Hearings of the House of Representatives, it became associated with an ostensibly reliable source. The fact that the original source was anything but reliable was forgotten.



 
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Imagine caring this much about the laws and shit. If you put 10% of the effort you do in your threads into trying to locate and procure child porn, I'm sure you'd be very successful. I don't understand how you can give so much of a shit about getting more perverted porn than is already ready on the internet
 
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Laws against viewing CP cause more children to be raped according to the highest impact factor science journals.
















The laws against viewing CP are virtually unenforced because of the sheer volume of people disregarding them.






CP is already freely available all over the Internet.

correlation doesn't equal causation. all crime rates have dropped since 90s, does it mean that more child porn = less murders?
Laws against viewing CP cause more children to be raped according to the highest impact factor science journals.
















The laws against viewing CP are virtually unenforced because of the sheer volume of people disregarding them.






CP is already freely available all over the Internet.

check this out man. the number of kids who are sexually assaulted in japan has been steadily increasing (and most of them are elementary school kids who are 5-10 yo in japan). consumption and production of cp (not lolicon, legit cp) is also quite widespread there. i think it's quite interesting that in japan rates of sexual assault against children are rising, while rates of other crimes are decreasing. but i can't say that's because cp is so easily accessible there, there are probably much more complicated processes at play.
 
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correlation doesn't equal causation. all crime rates have dropped since 90s, does it mean that more child porn = less murders?

check this out man. the number of kids who are sexually assaulted in japan has been steadily increasing (and most of them are elementary school kids who are 5-10 yo in japan). consumption and production of cp (not lolicon, legit cp) is also quite widespread there.
It is true that correlation doesn't equal causation. Although the scientific evidence has demonstrated that the Sex Cultist hypothesis is scientifically invalid --- as it predicted a positive correlation that didn't manifest,


Therefore, as these graphic sexual images populate and spread, we can unfortunately predict there will be more child sexual abuse.
it can only indicate that the substitution hypothesis is valid. The Sex Cultist hypothesis had a complete lack of a correlation which scientifically falsified it. They predicted that there would be more child sexual abuse caused by the viewing of child porn, but there was a massive drop in child sexual abuse in negative correlation with the availability of child pornography, in Japan, Czechoslovakia, the United States, and every other country studied. That conclusively refutes the hypothesis that increasing availability of CP will cause increasing child sexual abuse. It refutes it just as much as the studies regarding vaccination and autism refute the link between the two.


Years ago, people made predictions -- by removing thimerosal, the number of cases of autism should decrease -- therefore showing that thimerosal is a cause of autism. This new study puts that idea in jeopardy. Similar studies have been done in Canada and Denmark with the same results: thimerosal was removed, but autism is still on the rise. This is a strong message; it very clearly shows, and reassures, that autism did not arrive through a vaccine.
However, science does indicate that child pornography availability causes a decrease in child sexual abuse. That is what the science journals say.


Could making child pornography legal lead to lower rates of child sex abuse? It could well do, according to a new study by Milton Diamond, from the University of Hawaii, and colleagues.

Results from the Czech Republic showed, as seen everywhere else studied (Canada, Croatia, Denmark, Germany, Finland, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Sweden, USA), that rape and other sex crimes have not increased following the legalization and wide availability of pornography. And most significantly, the incidence of child sex abuse has fallen considerably since 1989, when child pornography became readily accessible – a phenomenon also seen in Denmark and Japan. Their findings are published online today in Springer’s journal Archives of Sexual Behavior.

The findings support the theory that potential sexual offenders use child pornography as a substitute for sex crimes against children

One concern is that the accessibility of online CP has caused increases in child sexual abuse. Some research suggests that CP may trigger sexual abuse by activating and validating sexual urges in CP viewers that were previously suppressed or con- trolled (Beech et al., 2008; Quayle & Taylor, 2003; Wilson & Jones, 2008). There is no evidence of increasing abuse in the United States, however. In fact, rates of child sexual abuse have declined substantially since the mid-1990s, a time period that corresponds to the spread of CP online. Statistics from U.S. child protective service agencies show that from 1992 to 2007, child sexual abuse declined 53% (Jones & Finkelhor, 2009), including interfamilial abuse (Finkelhor & Jones, 2006). Evidence of this decline also comes from victim self-report surveys and U.S. criminal justice system data (Finkelhor & Jones, 2008; Finkelhor, Turner, Ormrod, & Hamby, 2010), as well as the child pro-tective services data collection system. The fact that this trend is revealed in multiple sources tends to undermine arguments that it is because of reduced reporting or changes in investigatory or statistical procedures.
What you have provided is not a science journal. It has no impact factor. Since I have provided a journal citation to an article in a journal with an impact factor of


Impact factor (2017) 3.223
The journal was established in 1971 by Richard Green, who served as its editor-in-chief until 2001.[1] He was succeeded by Kenneth J. Zucker.[1] It is published by Springer Science+Business Media[2] and has become a leading journal in its field.[3] Associated with its editorial board and the International Academy of Sex Research are many of the world's leading figures in gender and sexuality research, including Richard Green, Kenneth Zucker, Milton Diamond, Michael Baily, and Carol Martin.
Archives of Sexual Behavior is abstracted and indexed in Biological Abstracts, Current Contents/Social & Behavioral Sciences, EMBASE, Family & Society Studies Worldwide, Health and Safety Science Abstracts, Index Medicus/MEDLINE, Psychological Abstracts, PsycINFO, Referativny Zhurnal, Risk Abstracts, Sage Family Studies Abstracts, Scopus, Sexual and Relations Therapy, Social Sciences Citation Index, Social Science Index,Sociological Abstracts, Studies on Women & Gender Abstracts, and Violence and Abuse Abstracts.[2] According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal's 2013 impact factor is 2.783.[4] Based on the 2011 impact factor (3.52), of 2,943 Social Science journals, Archives was ranked 102nd (96th percentile). Of 109 journals classified as Psychology (Clinical), Archives was ranked 11th (90th percentile). Of 89 journals classified as Social Science, Interdisciplinary, Archives was ranked 1st. [5]

that claims that the availability of CP in Japan was associated with a drop in child sexual abuse, and you have provided some slides that are not a study nor in a journal, your position is simply not as supported by the available evidence.

Peer reviewed paper in the premier high impact science journal related to the topic

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Some slides from a doctor in Japan.

We have academic quality metric systems for a reason. Your sequence of slides doesn't seem to be published in a journal even.
 
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It is true that correlation doesn't equal causation. Although the scientific evidence has demonstrated that the Sex Cultist hypothesis is scientifically invalid --- as it predicted a positive correlation that didn't manifest,




it can only indicate that the substitution hypothesis is valid. The Sex Cultist hypothesis had a complete lack of a correlation which scientifically falsified it. They predicted that there would be more child sexual abuse caused by the viewing of child porn, but there was a massive drop in child sexual abuse in negative correlation with the availability of child pornography, in Japan, Czechoslovakia, the United States, and every other country studied. That conclusively refutes the hypothesis that increasing availability of CP will cause increasing child sexual abuse. It refutes it just as much as the studies regarding vaccination and autism refute the link between the two.




However, science does indicate that child pornography availability causes a decrease in child sexual abuse. That is what the science journals say.







What you have provided is not a science journal. It has no impact factor. Since I have provided a journal citation to an article in a journal with an impact factor of









that claims that the availability of CP in Japan was associated with a drop in child sexual abuse, and you have provided some slides that are not a study nor in a journal, your position is simply not as supported by the available evidence.

Peer reviewed paper in the premier high impact science journal related to the topic

>

Some slides from a doctor in Japan.

We have academic quality metric systems for a reason. Your sequence of slides doesn't seem to be published in a journal even.
"some slides from a doctor in Japan"
those slides are from Fukushima Medical University, and source of statistics provided in those slides is japanese police. just google those stats yourself man - sexual assault crimes against children are increasing in japan. the slides i linked aren't some jewish paper, but real statistics.
you cited crime rates in the us, not in japan, and i'm refering to japan. also, almost all crime rates dropped in the us since 90s.
 
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If the slides were legitimate scientific information they would be published in a peer reviewed journal, not simply stamped with the logo of a medical university. The discourse of the scientific community takes place in peer reviewed literature published in journals subject to the academic quality metrics such as impact factors, not in slides released by medical universities.

Milton Diamond's study, which was published in the world leading science journal related to the matter, used government statistics to demonstrate that CP availability and child sexual abuse inversely correlate.

If this Japanese medical team has falsified Milton Diamond's findings, then they should publish their findings in a peer reviewed journal so that Milton Diamond's study can be retracted from its current position in the world leading science journal regarding the matter.

That this medical team hasn't decided to even publish their findings in any science journal at all, is very strange to me considering that they imply that they've falsified a piece of science literature in the premier sexology journal in the world.
 
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Incels aren't pedophiles this is the shit that gives the media and normies ammunition against us. Bruh,if you like to look at kiddy fucking keep it to yourself. Why even post this here, it's a rhetorical.
 
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If the slides were legitimate scientific information they would be published in a peer reviewed journal, not simply stamped with the logo of a medical university. The discourse of the scientific community takes place in peer reviewed literature published in journals subject to the academic quality metrics such as impact factors, not in slides released by medical universities.

Milton Diamond's study, which was published in the world leading science journal related to the matter, used government statistics to demonstrate that CP availability and child sexual abuse inversely correlate.

If this Japanese medical team has falsified Milton Diamond's findings, then they should publish their findings in a peer reviewed journal so that Milton Diamond's study can be retracted from its current position in the world leading science journal regarding the matter.

That this medical team hasn't decided to even publish their findings in any science journal at all, is very strange to me considering that they imply that they've falsified a piece of science literature in the premier sexology journal in the world.
bro, i am not attempting to make any claims that consuming lots of cp makes you more likely to assault or not assault a kid. neither do those doctors. i'm simply citing real crime rate statistics. you can google them yourself if you want - they are increasing.
 
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Rest assured that posting the scientific literature in the high impact factor science journals doesn't give anyone ammunition against you. There is nothing wrong with posting science papers. The Milton Diamond study was conducted by a professor emeritus from the University of Hawaii.

https://www.springer.com/about+springer/media/springer+select?SGWID=0-11001-6-1042321-0

Could making child pornography legal lead to lower rates of child sex abuse? It could well do, according to a new study by Milton Diamond, from the University of Hawaii, and colleagues.

Results from the Czech Republic showed, as seen everywhere else studied (Canada, Croatia, Denmark, Germany, Finland, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Sweden, USA), that rape and other sex crimes have not increased following the legalization and wide availability of pornography. And most significantly, the incidence of child sex abuse has fallen considerably since 1989, when child pornography became readily accessible – a phenomenon also seen in Denmark and Japan. Their findings are published online today in Springer’s journal Archives of Sexual Behavior.

The findings support the theory that potential sexual offenders use child pornography as a substitute for sex crimes against children
Do you seriously think it makes this forum look bad that I've posted a study on it conducted by a professor Emeritus from the university of Hawaii and published in the field leading peer reviewed science journal?
 
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Incels aren't pedophiles this is the shit that gives the media and normies ammunition against us. Bruh,if you like to look at kiddy fucking keep it to yourself. Why even post this here, it's a rhetorical.
It's an ITcel/Mossadcel/FBIcel/CIAcel larping
 
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bro, i am not attempting to make any claims that consuming lots of cp makes you more likely to assault or not assault a kid. neither do those doctors. i'm simply citing real crime rate statistics. you can google them yourself if you want - they are increasing.
its idiot bro why u even try to talk with him, he is spamming forum with his stupid views and "sources"
 
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