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Get ‘Em While They’re Young

Posted by V the K at 7:27 pm - November 25, 2017.
Filed under: Progressive immorality

New York Times: Roy Moore is morally unfit to serve in the US Senate.

Also New York Times: You know what’s super-fun? Sexualizing pre-pubescent children.

Update:  Also in the New York Times:



  1. Single 2%er mother and child. Likes dp and two the hard way. Another child lost to LGBT neurotic behavior if the father is a 2%er, too.

    Comment by rjligier — November 25, 2017 @ 7:39 pm - November 25, 2017

  2. I am not sure if they are sexualizing this child or promoting a mental disorder as good. To some extent most cultures sex up the kids a little bit. ( Although lately, in the United States it looks like all female humans will start to wear burkas, rape culture don’t you know.) That sorta thing is not new , I remember the underwear ads of the 60’s and 70’s . I didn’t watch much TV during the 80′,90’s and on. What is new is the promotion of gender disphoria. What is even more frightening is the wife spread belief that it must be treated with sex reassignment, at the earliest age. This is bad for people, I would dare say it may be worse than molestation.

    Comment by Matthew the Oilman — November 25, 2017 @ 8:13 pm - November 25, 2017

  3. ( Although lately, in the United States it looks like all female humans will start to wear burkas, rape culture don’t you know.)

    I thought Mike Pence and the Theocracy were right on the edge of forcing women to wear Handmaid’s Tale bonnets. That’s what feminists claim, anyway. I mean, Roy Moore makes all of his handmaids wear them, doesn’t he?

    Comment by V the K — November 25, 2017 @ 8:37 pm - November 25, 2017

  4. Wait, I thought Roy Moore was trying to get girls out of clothing? I thought that was why the third wave feminists hate him. Wouldn’t they be jumping at a chance to wear outfits like you describe? That way no one with a penis could gaze upon them and molest them with their eyes. But then what’s with the bitching about abortion ? Sex has to happen for that to be a concern! I am getting a head ache trying to figure these progressive minds out. Good Night and God Bless.

    Comment by Matthew the Oilman — November 25, 2017 @ 10:37 pm - November 25, 2017

  5. Hi V the K,

    How come I never see you reporting on the beauty pageants prepubescent girls participate in, where they are equally, if not more sexualised? Will you only raise a stink if they start allowing boys to participate?


    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — November 26, 2017 @ 12:42 am - November 26, 2017

  6. Hi Matthew the Oilman,

    What is even more frightening is the wife spread belief that it must be treated with sex reassignment, at the earliest age.

    Freudian slip?

    Anyway, it’s a lie. It’s not a wide spread belief. The vast majority of Americans do not believe children should have sex reassignment surgery. This is a delusion and paranoia that you should go see a therapist for. You may have a psychotic disorder.


    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — November 26, 2017 @ 5:41 am - November 26, 2017

  7. Hi cccp, spell check and auto correct.I agree most people don’t rush of their children for sex reassignment treatment at the first sign . But you wouldn’t know it watching the eletes . Now when I hit submit my post will probably translate to Russian.. Ain’t modern technology grand?

    Comment by Matthew the Oilman — November 26, 2017 @ 7:27 am - November 26, 2017

  8. […] Gay Patriot covers the NY Times sexualizing children […]

    Pingback by Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup » Pirate's Cove — November 26, 2017 @ 9:08 am - November 26, 2017

  9. In Britain, fifty children per week are being referred for gender transition.

    Comment by V the K — November 26, 2017 @ 12:32 pm - November 26, 2017

  10. CCP, however we all do know that the vast majority of leftist Americans don’t understand that confusion about one sex is about mental illness. Seen your shrink lately?

    Comment by Hanover — November 26, 2017 @ 12:47 pm - November 26, 2017

  11. I noticed something a long time ago: the more the culture talks about “The Children”, the worse things become for kids.

    Back in the bad old days when kids were “to be seen and not heard”, kids ran around, got into minor mischief, learned to entertain themselves, came to understand that life could suck sometimes, engaged in spontaneous play, acquired useful hobbies, and (mostly) ignored the bigger world (no one told their 8-yo that LBJ was going to send him off to die in the jungles of Vietnam or that Ike was going to keep her barefoot and preggers).

    Now we take adult neuroses, hangups, bugbears, and perversions and enthusiastically press them on kids. It’s no wonder so many kids are wrecks.

    When politicians (both sides) talk about The Children, it’s to saddle them with stupendous amounts of debt and the drag it places on the economy in the future, obligations they never consented to, loss of their cultural inheritance, and foreign policies that all doom them to paying for our screwups in perpetuity.

    Comment by KCRob — November 26, 2017 @ 2:59 pm - November 26, 2017

  12. I pulled this for my files from USA Today, but I failed to keep any other attribution:

    But kids love to experiment with juxtaposition, so what happens on Christmas morning when their girls (or boys, whatever!) immediately put hijab Barbie into a skimpy bikini? Odds are they will get a stern lecture on cultural sensitivity. Because really, kids, this isn’t about you having fun; it’s about your parents sticking it to Trump.

    Naturally, “hijab” Barbie is going to be stripped and diddled with. Its the kid thing to do.

    But what about the sensitivities the parent is trying to instill?

    I look at the make-up on that genderless child and I wonder if he/she did that superb job using his/her princess make-up kit or was it his/her little Mr. Pimp career pack?

    What’s a parent to do? Encourage the trollop or scrub its face raw?

    The average 4th grader would (or should) burst into giggles when this clown face appears. How about adding a merkin and cod piece, just for effect?

    Comment by Heliotrope — November 26, 2017 @ 5:00 pm - November 26, 2017

  13. Some child prodigies are violinists. Others, mathematicians. Jack from the UK? He’s a genius makeup artist at just 10 years old — and he’s quickly becoming an internet sensation.

    You may have seen him on your feed in a video posted to Facebook a few days ago, which has already racked up 40 million views and thousands of shares. “You walk in to your son doing this, wyd?” was the caption under the video, and while some commenters had some pretty disappointing responses to that, the majority praised Jack’s impressive skills and encouraged the use of makeup as a form of self expression.

    Comment by rusty — November 26, 2017 @ 5:10 pm - November 26, 2017

  14. He’s a sure-fire winner for the role of Narcissus if they ever film it. Apart from that, I got nuthin’. Seems that you too can have your fair share of boys-turned-girls and it doesn’t matter in the least how old they are or aren’t so long as you have a D after your name and the right social-justice credentials on your blog. /sarc

    Comment by perturbed — November 26, 2017 @ 5:53 pm - November 26, 2017

  15. I think it’s entertaining how rusty and CrayCray prioritize.

    They and their leftist newspaper the NYT have nothing to say about a student accepted to MIT at age 15, or other similar prodigies.

    Instead they and their Democrat Party are all agog over a boy wearing girl’s makeup. THAT’S what they want public schools to focus on instead of icky racist things like math or science.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — November 26, 2017 @ 5:55 pm - November 26, 2017

  16. I seem to recall a certain portion of the prepubescent male population in ancient Rome being all dolled up. Who were they again? Oh, right. The catamites, the child sex slaves used by rich old Roman men.

    The more things change…

    Comment by Sean L — November 26, 2017 @ 5:57 pm - November 26, 2017

  17. Hi Everyone,

    Thoughts on prepubescent girls in beauty pageants where they wear makeup and wear grownup clothing?

    Hi Rusty,

    Thanks for the link.


    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — November 26, 2017 @ 6:09 pm - November 26, 2017

  18. CrayCray,

    The Jon Benet Ramsey world (look it up, if you don’t remember) is a weird mother universe where children are used as ego props.


    What does that have to do with make up on a prepubescent boy? Both the little girl pageants and the little boy buffing is not anything remotely associated with a healthy childhood. Now put that in your Strawberry Shortcake lunch box and sit on it.

    Comment by Heliotrope — November 26, 2017 @ 6:17 pm - November 26, 2017

  19. Rusty,

    Yes, it’s fine if he wants to play with make up. He can play with dolls. He can play with whatever he wants. Let his talents and interests emerge as they will. There’s nothing wrong with that.

    What becomes wrong is when parents and other members of the child’s world have a right to influence what a child “identifies” as in terms of sex, gender, or orientation. A boy who enjoys dolls and make up does not have to be gender-misdiagnosed or gay and a girl who enjoys cars and wears flannel shirts doesn’t have to want to be a man or a lesbian. When I was in high school a boy a year ahead of me was harassed constantly for being gay. He wore fashionable clothing, had feminine mannerisms, was slight of figure, and only hung out with girls. Everyone who knew him just KNEW that he was gay. 25 years later he is married to a gorgeous woman and has beautiful children. Thankfully, he had the strength of mind to know who he was and what he wanted.

    Currently, in a school outside of my school district, at which a church friend works, there is a set of twin boys in the Transitional Kindergarten. They are 4 years-old, going on 5. One of the boys is sent to school dressed in boys’ clothing. The other boy is sent to school wearing skirts and pigtails. The little boy has never said he wanted to dress as a girl. The mother decided he should be a girl because when he was 2 years old he said something about and played with baby dolls. The twin brother whom the mother still believes is a boy is very angry and lashes out whenever people talk to him about his sister, saying, “I don’t have a sister!” Meanwhile, the forced girl-boy is required to use the adult female restroom because when he used the girls’ restroom, he kept getting the actual little girls to pull down their pants and show him their parts when he showed them his.

    So what do you think about all of that, Rusty? I find it disgusting. People need to be able to grow up and decide who and what they want to be without the rest of the people around them making it more difficult and confusing. While stereotypes may have their basis in reality, they should never be used to require a person to be one thing or another, or have to compartmentalize their lives into a gender or orientation because of what someone else defines as normal for that gender or stereotype.

    Comment by TADFORD — November 26, 2017 @ 6:19 pm - November 26, 2017

  20. The distinctive pattern of the New York Times is to praise effeminate characteristics — especially in young boys — while attacking masculine characteristics as “toxic masculinity.” You won’t see the Democrat Media Complex heaping praise on boys who can fix cars, shoot guns, or do other traditionally masculine (and societally useful) things.

    Comment by V the K — November 26, 2017 @ 6:23 pm - November 26, 2017

  21. That’s easy, CrayCray.

    It’s called “every Disney Princess movie, TV show and fantasy ever”.

    Now, please for the record state that Disney, which is overwhelmingly Democrat, votes Democrat and donates Democrat, is encouraging pedophilia.

    Also, CrayCray, I notice that none of you and your fellow leftists like Piss Cas or rusty, who have suddenly started screaming that having sex with a sixteen-year-old is pedophilia, have ever commented on the fact that Harvey Milk and numerous other gay heroes and leaders are, by your own definition, pedophiles.

    Perhaps Kevin Spacey was right when he made it clear that being a pedophile was normal for gay liberals. Otherwise, one would think that you and your fellow Democrats in the throes of your statue-smashing and pedophile-witch-hunting would be destroying the numerous statues, busts, and arrangements.

    Will you be calling for the ship named after Harvey Milk to be destroyed since he was a proven pedophile by your definition?

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — November 26, 2017 @ 6:25 pm - November 26, 2017

  22. I’m still waiting for al-Cray-da to apologize to one of our posters for sexually abusing him as a child. But hey – Bill Clinton never apologized, so why should our resident Muslim sympathizer?

    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — November 26, 2017 @ 6:36 pm - November 26, 2017

  23. A brief history of Democrat opinion on “Pedophilia.”

    Gerry Studds – “The boy was 16. No big deal.”
    Kevin Jennings – “The boy was 16. No big deal.”
    Ed Murray – “His accusers are all liars.”
    Terry Bean – “His accuser was a street whore.”
    Roman Polanski – “But it wasn’t ‘rape-rape.'”
    Bob Menendez – “It’s a right-wing conspiracy.”

    Roy Moore – “Pedophile! Pedophile! Pedophile!”

    Comment by V the K — November 26, 2017 @ 7:59 pm - November 26, 2017

  24. What a weird weekend. Yesterday, Bruce Bartlett, whose balloon seems to have been untethered by DJT’s election, tweeted that conservatives didn’t like higher education because they don’t want people to think for themselves (this must explain the academy’s unflinching embrace of diverse thought).

    I thought to myself, that’s the dumbest thing I’ve read all weekend – it takes a special kind of stupid to cough that up.

    And then the NYT hacks up this hairball which is now the dumbest thing I’ve seen in some time.

    There have been stupid people since the beginning but putting forth one’s stupidity, loud and proud, seems to be a fairly recent phenomenon. Maybe social media has something to do with it. Or the death of shame.

    We’re nearing the critical mass of asininity.

    Comment by KCRob — November 26, 2017 @ 8:30 pm - November 26, 2017

  25. Hi V the K,

    So, it appears that a large representation of vocal commenters here would rather condemn a young boy who has a special talent with makeup rather than condemn the sexualising of girls his age (and younger) in beauty pageants by much, much wider margins. Got it.



    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — November 26, 2017 @ 10:29 pm - November 26, 2017

  26. Cray Cray…you are deflecting. Look at my previous comment and explain to me how my examples are justifiable in your progressive world. I don’t like those beauty pageants either, but I do not see how they equate with forcing people to live according to a stereotype or multilating themselves/altering their biology because they don’t fit in with social mores as they see it or someone else determines it.

    Comment by TADFORD — November 27, 2017 @ 12:36 am - November 27, 2017

  27. I don’t think kids should wear makeup. It promotes a very negative message – that you can’t be pretty or handsome or whatever just by yourself, you need to change things by using makeup.

    I am not a fan of beauty pageants, particularly for kids and teens, and the ones for adults have gotten way too political.

    Kids should be allowed to be kids, and not used as props for their parents to fulfill their own dreams or push some stupid political agenda.

    Comment by Aerinyes — November 27, 2017 @ 1:20 am - November 27, 2017

  28. So let’s see.

    CrayCray says little girls wearing makeup and dresses is sexualizing and pedophilia.

    CrayCray says little boys wearing makeup and dresses is empowering and sexy.

    Not that we expect a leftist troll to be coherent, but that’s hilarious even for him and Piss Cas.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — November 27, 2017 @ 8:21 am - November 27, 2017

  29. It won’t be long before pre-teen drag shows are a thing. Remember this:

    Comment by V the K — November 27, 2017 @ 8:51 am - November 27, 2017

  30. Hi V the K,

    Little girl in beauty pageants in makeup and swimwear ARE a thing and have been so for decades.


    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — November 27, 2017 @ 2:43 pm - November 27, 2017

  31. #30 – So is diddling commenters and refusing to apologize for it, al-Cray-da.

    Being liberal means never having to say you’re sorry, right honey? Bless your little heart…

    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — November 27, 2017 @ 4:50 pm - November 27, 2017

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