i just got this buliton on myspace but i dont have the guts to check if this is really a website or not, if someone could please look at it for me (someone with more guts then me) and tell me that would be much appritiated, if it is a real site, i feel bad, very bad, what has this world come to, i feel bad that im bringing another little baby into this disgusting world (sorry crappy hormones, been a bit stressed lately)
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Subject Parents and children's advocates please read and repost!
Body: Recently, a very serious problem has been brought to the attention of several members of cafemom. It is a very heinous website called [removed]. This website is a safe haven for pedophiles. The heading on their main page reads, "A Celebration of the Splendor of Little Girls". This website includes links to pictures, or "art" as they call it, of little girls, confessional blogs, a directory of resources for pedophiles (for "both boylovers and girl lovers, as well as anybody else looking for information about pedophilia and consensual child love"), as well as many other links. This site has a manifesto, stating demands to the government to legalize pedophilia.
The most disturbing, though, is a link to a page title Sugar and Spice that is specifically for little girls who have "fallen in love" with a pedophile. This site is set up to draw in little girls. It looks like any other fun little girly page. It tells girls that it is okay to be "in love" with an adult, and it is okay to have sex with an adult. A quote from the page: "Remember that information helps you to make the choices that are right for YOU. Donât let other people think for you, YOU know yourself better than anybody else, so YOU should be the one to decide whom to love and how to use your mind and your body." It has a questions and answers section, downloads, and a page to links for more information.
If this information doesn't turn your stomach, hopefully what I'm about to say will. This website claims to be legal. There is even a link on their webpage to report them to authorities. Here is a quote from that page: "Are you outraged by what you have just been reading? Do you think that sites like this should be banned? Do you think that, despite the fact that there is nothing illegal on this site whatsoever, its creators should be locked up? Do you support severely curtailing the constitutionally guaranteed right to freedom of speech and the suspension of civil rights in the execution of draconian laws against law-abiding citizens whose worldview happens to be different than yours? If so, you are in good company! This site has already been reported numerous times to a number of law enforcement organizations including the FBI, the RCMP and Interpol. If you are undeterred by the fact that this site is already well-known within the law enforcement community and that it is in no way illegal, and you still want to do your civic duty and exercise your freedom of speech by denouncing the free speech of another citizen, let us help you. Here we have compiled a list of contacts for a number of law enforcement bodies that you might wish to contact. We have even included a form that will allow you to contact several of these agencies at once!"
yes, it is real.
they actually have a report this page link and claim to be well known to the law.
interestingly their fbi links and such don't work and I wonder how many of their "report" links do not actually reach the law professionals that they claim (ie bogus links).
I have reported the site to the child exploitation and Online Protection Services.
The best thing you can really do it send in a written complaint to your local govenor/senator/sherrif's dept and so forth.
However, I don't think they actually have anything illegal on their site.
unacceptable yes certainly, but illegal? I don't think so.
they openly explain ages of consent and proclaim "Furthers the cause of positive intergenerational love, and does not in any way advocate nonconsensual, coercive, manipulative or abusive contacts with young people."
Anna Nicole Smith's marriage was intergenerational - there have been many celebs with intergenerational relationships/marriages.