It isn’t a conspiracy theory. It’s no longer a “slippery slope.”
We now have a video of a licensed sex therapist and counselor in Pennsylvania defending “minor-attracted persons.” We’ve seen articles in USA Today about how pedophiles — or minor-attracted persons — are born that way. We’ve heard from a college professor about how young children may indeed be able to consent to sex.
And there’s more.
These are disturbing statements. Statements that 10 or 20 years ago, not a single sane soul would have accepted. But, if we went back 10 or 20 years, how many people would have thought it would be an actual debate whether girls’ sports should be reserved for actual girls?
Who would’ve thought there would be people — adults — who are OK with a 10-year-old girl using a bathroom stall next to a 40-year-old man who thinks he is a woman?
Who would’ve thought a small town in Iowa with supposed Christian values would allow a teen girl to go topless at the local pool because she thinks she is a boy?
But we are here now. And we’re here because we haven’t fought hard enough against the radical LGBTQ+ agenda. We haven’t.
The right has lost battles on this front, which allows the envelope to be pushed even further. Because the battle on redefining marriage was lost, we’re now fighting a battle on redefining gender.
An actual Supreme Court Justice — who should represent one of the nine most brilliant legal minds in America — could not offer a definition for the word woman.
An entire political party voted against a bill in Iowa that reserved girls’ sports for biological girls.
That is where we are.
And here is the scary part, if we don’t regroup, things will only continue to devolve. It will only get worse — not better.
Why? Because Democrats embrace whatever the LGBTQ agenda puts in front of it. And as the line keeps getting pushed, Republicans accept more and more of these alternative lifestyles.
So where are we today?
We’re at a point where professionals are trying to “destigmatize” pedophilia. They’re explaining and defending people who are attracted to kids. They’re saying they have no choice in their attraction — that they’re born that way.
Where have we heard that argument before?
Ten years ago when the hot debate was homosexual marriage, nobody would’ve guessed we’d be having these debates today.
So, if we continue to lose the debates with the radical LGBTQ+ agenda, what can we not even fathom today that in 10 years will be an actual debate?
They’re already defending adults being attracted to minors.
How much further can we fall?
I don’t know. But I do know that we do not want to find out.