Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Lucia Pornography turning children into sex offenders

This is a devastating consequence of our highly sexed society and easy access to pornography online:

LONDON, March 4, 2013, (LifeSiteNews.com) – Pornography and depictions of sexuality have turned more than 4,500 British children – some of them as young as five – into sexual offenders, according to a UK-based child welfare charity.

A Freedom of Information Act request showed that 4,562 minors – 98 percent of them boys – committed 5,028 sexual offenses over a three year period, from 2009-2012.

Three separate police forces reported five-year-olds committing sexual offenses.

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“Child-on-child sex abuse and rape is a growing problem in every culture where pornography flourishes,” Patrick Trueman, a former federal prosecutor in the Reagan administration and president of Morality In Media, told LifeSiteNews.com.

“Children act out what they see. If they see acts of love and charity, they will mimic those,” Trueman said. “But when they see sexual violence, domination, rape, and other similar acts so commonly depicted in modern-day pornography, as today's children do, they will act out those, as well.”

The British report joins an accumulating mound of heartwrenching stories showing how pornography has permanently scarred children around the world – both the victims and the perpetrators.

In the Australian state of Victoria alone, 414 minors were referred for sexual offenses to the Centres Against Sexual Assault (CASA) last year. Just more than half could be placed in rehabilitation programs.

Therapists continually cite the role access to pornography and sexually explicit television scenarios play in sexualizing children and, in some cases, triggering them to exploit others.

Child therapist John Woods of London reported a case of a 13-year-old boy who raped his five-year-old sister after developing a “complex fantasy world” warped by “two years of constant porn use.”

Similar reports come from North America.

In Canada, a 13-year-old boy said his gay porn consumption led to his repeated rape of a four-year-old boy who lived in his foster home.

If something isn't done to restrict access to pornography through the internet soon, then it's only going to get worse. The problem is, so many grown up men are addicted to porn. I would say there would be politicians in government addicted to porn, and given that heavy porn users are far more likely to support same-sex marriage, it would be easy to pick which ones they are likely to be.

Related link: Porn turned thousands of British children into sex offenders, report says ~ LifeSiteNews

3 comment(s):

Andrei said...

I think things are coming to a head Lucia - Porn, gay "marriage", borrowing beyond any possibility of paying it back all related to a collapsed birth rate, along with the so called reproductive technologies which are leading to abominatins.....

The chances of anybody exposed to porn the way it is today can ever hope to form a healthy, life giving life long relationship must be close to none existent.

Something is up in the Spiritual sphere, a diabolical evil is unleashed and abroad and manifesting itself, what happens next I don't know but it is not going to be nice at all.

Lord have mercy on us all

libertyscott said...

The fundamental problem is this is the age of parental irresponsibility. The same can be said of childhood obesity, kids not going with breakfast, not learning to read before going to school, the works.

It is due to absent fathers, parents who would rather let TV and other technology raise their children. Marilyn Manson did once point out "If you don't raise your children, I will", yet too many moan that life is far too busy, and they don't have time to actually pay attention.

ISPs offer filters, software filters are available. I've known several teenagers who are well aware of what is online, but they have active busy lives, self confidence and parents who put the PC in the main room.

Now I'm always going to resist the state being parent, because if you get what you wish in this area (which I suspect is serious levels of regulation), then you'll find the state wants also to ensure your children get taught the "right" things from its perspective.

As technology moves on there are always a group of people who want the state to do the job of parenting for them. None have figured out that they ought to just NOT give their preteen children smartphones and resist the cult of copycat.

Aaron Lopez said...

Oh my... words cannot describe.

St. Philomena, powerful with God, pray for us.

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