Update 2018 09 06: Addendum and added links to related articles
With so many women sexual predators, are your children safe at school?
The big list: Female teachers with students
Most comprehensive account on Internet of women predators on campus
Posted: January 25, 2011
5:26 pm Eastern © 2011 WorldNetDaily.com
Here is a list of the teacher ‘sexpidemic’ cases WND has documented where female teachers have been accused, or convicted, of assaulting students: (Read full story)
Addendum 2018 09 06
When it was still politically incorrect to question the myth of female innocence, some feminists nevertheless argued for female liberation in that sector of the moral universe. Their arguments were not as much intended to promote the moral turpitude of women nor that transgression were deplorable, as that they aimed to make it known that women were as human as are men, as likely to err, and that society had to accept it as the norm that women err. Not only that, they argued that we may as well get to like it.
Going After Children
Homosexual activist groups around the world are working to lower or abolish age of consent laws in order to “liberate” children from the constraints of a patriarchal society.
Kate Millett, a radical feminist and Marxist theoretician, described this philosophy in an interview first published in “Loving Boys” in 1980. It was later reprinted in The Age Taboo, published by Alyson Publishers, a homosexual publishing house in Boston.
Millett claims, “[O]ne of children’s essential rights is to express themselves sexually, probably primarily with each other but with adults as well. So the sexual freedom of children is an important part of a sexual revolution.” Millett says the sexual revolution begins with the emancipation of women and also includes ending homosexual oppression.
The Incest taboo has always been one of the cornerstones of patriarchal thought. …We have to have an emancipation proclamation for children.
—Kate Millett, radical feminist and Marxist theoretician
Pat Califia is an American advocate of total sexual “freedom.” She is a self-proclaimed lesbian sexual radical who has written extensively on the importance of “liberating” children from sexual oppression.
Her book, Public Sex, contains two essays on age of consent laws, “The Age of Consent: The Great Kiddy-Porn Panic of ’77” and “The Aftermath of the Great Kiddy-Porn Panic of ’77.” Califia argues that all age of consent laws should be abolished and supports NAMBLA’s [North American Man/Boy Love Association —WHS] efforts to legalize adult/child sex. Califia is a columnist for The Advocate, a “mainstream” homosexual magazine.
I could never understand before how children’s hockey differed from an organized child-sex ring. Both involved children and adults. …Both involve pleasure. Yet we approve of children’s hockey but deplore child-sex rings.
—Gerald Hannon, at the time a journalism teacher
at Ryerson Polytechnical University in Toronto
(quoted on page 5,
Source: Joe Woodard, “Victims at Last,”
Alberta Report/Western Report, June 12, 1995, p. 28.)
Pat Califia deserves to have the last word on that, given that decades ago she speculated in an article posted on the “Butterfly Kisses” site that,
“It is possible that sexual activity occurs more often between mothers and children or other women than between men and children. Women have more access to kids, and there are fewer taboos surrounding women’s handling young people’s bodies.”
— MEET ‘WOMEN’S AUXILIARY OF NAMBLA’
Website celebrates sex between adult women, young girls
By ART MOORE
Those views, then, caused great raising of eyebrows, but now, more than two decades later, it has become normal in the mainstream media to accept that there truly are women sexual predators. Not all women are sexual predators, of course, most are not, just as only a few men are sexual predators, and most men are not.
The relative propensities of the sexes to err are still a matter of conjecture. It will be quite some time before we can know accurately to what extent women and men are equally human and equally likely to err in the field of sexual predation. Still, the mainstream media does occupy itself now and then with the topic of women sexual predators, and women offenders appear to be increasingly more often brought to trial. That seems to prove Pat Califia right.
- Female teachers: The sex offenders no one suspects, Maclain’s
How the treatment of female teachers who sexually exploit male students reflects society’s legal and cultural double standards
by Anne Kingston, Nov 17, 2014
- Female sex predators: Why there are more of them than you think, news.com.au
FEMALE sex offenders may seem rare but new research turns what we know about them on its head, revealing it’s more common than we think.
By Debra Killalea, Dec 1, 2016
- French women ‘are the sexual predators now’, The Telegraph
French women are becoming increasingly assertive in their sexual habits, while one-in-five younger French men “has no interest in sex”, according to one of the most comprehensive surveys of the nation’s love lives.
By Henry Samuel in Paris, 07 Mar 2008
- Female Teachers as Sexual Predators, Psychology Today
The double standard remains
Steve Albrecht DBA, Aug 10, 2012
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- Your children are safe in school? Really?
- She-wolves in sheep’s clothing — sexual predators
- Men are guilty until proven innocent
- Second-wave Feminism — Ideological Foundation
- Rape – propaganda talking-point debunked
- Propaganda Tactics: Blurring of Definitions