Environmental Activist Vera Scroggins Calls for Parental Pedophilia
Environmental activist Vera Scroggins provides more evidence that normalizing pedophilia will be next on the progressive agenda. Via Gateway Pundit:
Obama supporter and prominent anti-fracking loon, Vera Scroggins is also a public advocate for parental pedophilia. Scroggins made comments on a Yahoo group called “Peacelist,” a group that is “dedicated to the advancement of the human species by restoring its natural peacefulness, through the means of affectionate parenting and sexual freedom”.
They can’t be serious. Yet Washington Free Beacon reports:
“Are there cultures that mothers or fathers pleasure their children and teenagers sexually or genitally and also possibly initiate them into sexual expression at some point?” Scroggins asked in one message.
“I have had intuitive thoughts that such would be a healthy way for parents to interact with their children and introduce their children to sensual/sexual pleasure and bonding and loving practices,” Scroggins said.
It’s not that progressives don’t understand right and wrong. It’s that they deliberately choose wrong. A priest experienced in exorcism could make better sense of leftists than any political scientist.
Exposing children to sexually explicit material strikes her as an excellent idea:
Scroggins said she “thought it was strange that something natural, beautiful, and human should be kept hidden, especially from children. Children can lead the way in showing us sexuality and sensuality in their own, unique, innocent, way if allowed from birth to own their bodies in every pleasurable and expressive way.”
Scroggins, who is known among her fellow moonbats as Grandmother Superhero, has this to say about nudism:
“I do feel comfortable and not a sex object at nudist gatherings and lovely to be surrounded by all sizes and shapes — feel innocent and like a child, playful,” she wrote.
Continuing to lose the Culture War to these people is not an option.
On a tip from Bernie D. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
Yes, I said the un-PC word, hate. Before I rant, take a look at this Easter themed AP photo: Trending
It seems that math, cooking and basic home economics aren’t the only things with which Katrina Vanden Heuvel has trouble.