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Oct 19, 2013

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Pedophilia advocacy groups, including the tax-exempt B4U-ACT founded by a convicted sex offender, are trying to “groom the public” into accepting adult-child sexual relationships, child trauma expert Dr.Joyanna Silberg told“There is no legitimate scientific work that could justify the action of an adult with a child in a sexual relationship, because by definition a child cannot consent,” said Silberg, executive vice president of the Leadership Council on Child Abuse and Interpersonal Violence.

“If you look at their backchannel communications,” Silberg continued, “they have clearly stated… that the B4U-ACT public persona is to kind of seduce or groom the public into their way of thinking so that they can act. But they don’t say that on their public websites.”

Silberg, whose organization has debunked studies claiming that sexual relations with adults do not harm children, added that “there is zero likelihood of [B4U-ACT] having an impact” on the sixth edition of the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), which declassified homosexuality as a mental disorder in 1973, and called any comparisons between the two as “completely ridiculous.”

Former APA president Dr. Paul Fink agreed. “Pedophilia is very, very hurtful to children,” he told But because pro-pedophilia advocates keep “hammering away with their point of view,” they could still “have a very strong effect on the people who are holding back…because they know it’s a crime and it’s sick.”

But Family Research Council (FRC) senior fellow Peter Sprigg says that “there is no question” that pedophilia advocacy groups “are taking a page from the playbook used by homosexual activists in the 1970’s” “in an effort to ‘normalize’ their sexual preference.”

“It is actually shocking to realize that there are advocacy groups which actually support what they call, euphemistically, ‘minor-attracted persons’ or ‘intergenerational sex,’” Sprigg said.

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