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The University of Hawaii’s Immodest Proposal: Therapeutic Child Porn

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Posted on December 4 2010 11:00 am
Rob Taylor has a Master of Arts degree from Wesleyan University. He blogs at Greenville Dragnet.

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A pair of pedophiles known to be active in the online sex offender community named Jeff Brisson and Harold Spurling moved in together in a cozy Connecticut home where it was rumored the two began a relationship with each other. During their “romance” they were found to be molesting a 14-year-old boy. The boy reported that the pair showed him child pornography involving children as young as five but police were shocked to find that the two had sunk to even lower depths. A neighbor allowed them to baby sit her 3-month-old girl.

Brisson had filmed himself raping the infant. The pair had filmed themselves raping several children in fact.

Clearly in this case access to child pornography not only didn’t stop the pair, but they used it as a prop in their crimes. But more importantly, the study put forward by the University of Hawaii suggests that were we to make the filmed rape of the infant available to others we could decrease the victimization of children which is a theory that conveniently ignores how traumatic it would be for the victims to one day find that their filmed rapes were being passed around to perverts as “therapeutic” masturbatory aids.

Just recently a Canadian citizen named Kenneth Robert Klassen was sentenced to 11 years in prison when Canadian authorities discovered he was participating in “sex tourism” in third worlds countries, something Canada recently made a crime. Klassen traveled to places like Cambodia where he was able to bribe little girls with money and gifts in exchange for sex, which he of course filmed. The starving children had little choice but to comply since many were pimped out to him anyway. Canadian authorities found him with 65 DVDs containing child pornography and bestiality.  They boasted titles like “First Timer” and “Child Abuse” and contained images of not just him but also his male companions sexually assaulting girls as young as seven.

According to University of Hawaii researcher Milton Diamond we should make these films available to pedophiles for the “greater good.”

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