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Surge Summary: A bill recently passed in Connecticut which would change the state’s anti-discrimination law would open the door for a future legalizing of pedophilia and other sexual perversions.
by The Ruth Institute
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“Connecticut legislators took a step toward legalizing pedophilia and apparently expect us not to notice,” said Ruth Institute President Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D.
The Connecticut House of Representative overwhelmingly passed a bill that changes the state’s anti-discrimination law. Advocates of the change, including the ACLU, say it merely “modernizes the existing definition of s*xual orientation, moving away from thirty-year-old outdated and offensive terminology.”
Morse responded, “That statement diverts attention from how this change advances the most radical goal of the S*xual Revolution: normalizing pedophilia.”
The current definition of s*xual orientation is: “having a preference for heteros*xuality, homos*xuality or bis*xuality.” The proposed definition is not limited to these three categories, but is instead based on “identity:”
“S*xual orientation means a person’s identity in relation to the gender or genders to which they are romantically, emotionally or s*xually attracted.”
The Family Institute of Connecticut explains:
Advocates will argue that HB6638 only protects s*xual orientations “in relation to genders.” But recall that even a baby or an animal has a “gender.” We can hope, but it isn’t entirely clear how “s*xual attractions” directed toward animals, inanimate and dead objects would be treated under this bill. Believe us when we say we don’t want to have to talk about this, but it is true.
Advocates will also assert that the s*xual attractions they don’t want to talk about are not included in the bill. But those are only assertions and not the language of the bill, which will be used by judges, lawyers and the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities to assess fines and punishments.
Morse stated, “S*xual Revolutionaries are sneaky. They ‘modernized’ the ‘offensive’ definition of s*xual orientation by broadening it to include an essentially unlimited range of possibilities, including pedophilia (attraction to prepubescent children) and nepiophilia (attraction to infants aged 0-5).”
“Discriminating against a known pedophile would be illegal under Connecticut’s new definitions. Citizens, churches and businesses in Connecticut cannot prevent individuals with these s*xual attractions from working or volunteering in schools, hospitals or businesses. So much for ‘safe environment’ training and background checks!”
Morse warned: “Advocates of the bill might say it doesn’t legalize pedophilia, and that is technically correct. But by surreptitiously changing the definition of s*xual orientation, the bill lays the groundwork for doing so. And they’re hoping we won’t notice.”
“The original civil rights movement outlawed discrimination based on race, which is an inborn, immutable characteristic. Now the most radical S*xual Revolutionaries are exploiting anti-discrimination law to protect behavior in ways the original champions of equality never would have imagined or approved.”
“The Ruth Institute applauds the Family Institute of Connecticut for their careful analysis exposing the radical implications of this bill,” Morse said.
The Ruth Institute is a global non-profit organization, leading an international interfaith coalition to defend the family and build a civilization of love.
Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse has a Ph.D. in economics and has taught at Yale and George Mason University. She is the author of The Sexual State: How Elite Ideologies are Destroying Lives, Smart Sex: Finding Life-Long Love in a Hook Up World, and Love and Economics: It Takes a Family to Raise a Village.
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