Sunday, February 25, 2007

What WILL You DO?

Several people have requested a word doc to forward, print, send to Editors, news media, legislators, what have you. The doc is ready. If you would kindly email me at (this is a special address that is safe for me and my family and will only be used for this purpose) , I will reply to you with the document.

And please remember that actual paper (printed, signed, faxed and/or mailed) is FAR more attention-getting than an email. And harder to ignore.

This is a horrifying fact, the systematic predation of our children. You can choose to ignore it. You have that option.

But remember this:
Did you ever think there was a monster in your room when you were little, and so you pulled the covers over your head and it went away? Well, this time, ladies, the monster is real. Pretending the monster isn't there will only feed and strengthen it. This monster only hides from the light.

So many have asked, "What can we do?

Start by joining Protect. They are the only lobbying group that exists for our children and their well-being. If you don't support that, then you're just blowing smoke.

Don't make the mistake of thinking that shutting down a website makes the problem go away. It doesn't stop there. And it claims to be an international site, btw. It's a global problem. But DO report the site to your local FBI.

Get -- and stay! -- vigilant! Teach your children what is and isn't okay. Let them know that there is NOTHING they can't tell you -- and that they won't be in trouble if someone hurts them.

Give your kids lots of love and supervision b/c the ones who don't get enough are particularly vulnerable.

Keep your computer in a family area, with the screen facing out. No secrets are allowed when it comes to what your kids do on the Net.

VOTE for your children! If you don't know where someone stands -- and what they plan to DO! -- for your children, don't give them your vote. And let everyone know this is how and why you vote.

Remember that hairy, sweaty, creepy MEN aren't the only predators...any of us could be one, too. Keep your children's info on this and other sites private.Be a WARRIOR.

Remember, the bad guys thrive in the darkness. Let's shine the light on them and keep it there.

More to come...I'll be in touch with some organizations tomorrow and will report back with my findings.

So what are you going to DO about it?

Some people hunt rabbits, some hunt for good deals in the supermarket. 

Others hunt for children.  Not just someone else’s children, but YOUR CHILDREN are hunted.  But the question is, who are the hunters and what do they look like?  And – perhaps more importantly – what can we DO?

Like many decent people, I am sickened almost to the point of violence and/or vomiting by the systematic -- yes, I said SYSTEMATIC -- hunting of children in this country and around the world.  Ever heard of NAMBLA (North American man-boy love association)?  They were represented by the ACLU in 2000 (here's a link to a Washington Post story about that case: -- and possibly since, I haven't done the research.

We live in a world of shadows, people.  There's the happy, light-filled world we want to acknowledge to the exclusion of evil.  And there's the dark, shadow-filled underworld that hunts and preys on our children.  They have secret symbols, secret organizations and they look just like we do…you couldn’t pick one out in a crowd.

Here's the problem.  The bad guys are organized.  They have systems.  They don't just go out there and act strictly on impulse to quench their evil desires.  They hunt and scheme and work hard to find the most vulnerable of our children and then weaken them until they think they are finally ready (the children, that is) to engage in the "prize."  Our babies are the prize.  Their sexual innocence is the prize.

The bad guys also have lobbyists.  Yes, that's right.  LOBBYISTS.  They may be cloaked in other names and operate under different organization's names.  But they do exist.

Children, on the other hand, do not vote.  They have not had lobbyists (though that has  changed, there is now Protect --  They don't have money to use to promote their causes...they only have us. 


As I researched to write about this, I was looking for a link for NAMBLA.  They are a cagey bunch, though -- the evil among us often are -- and don't seem to have an easily found site that just anyone can access.  It turns out that 2000 case drove them underground.  So, totally by accident, I came across this:

*Butterfly Kisses (

Here's the photo on their home page:

Butterfly Kisses

Butterfly Kisses
Butterfly Kisses - The International Female Girllovers Collective (IFgLC)

So what are you going to do about it - Act NOW!!!, continued...


Looks like a sweet photo of a little child and maybe her mommy, right? And "Butterfly Kisses" is a song by a Christian recording artist -- a sweet song at that, right? -- so this can't be bad site, right? WRONG! I, not knowing what I was in for, entered the site and was horrified to learn the real story.

Here's a little something from their actual site (

<<<Obviously, the information presented here is of an open and frank sexual nature and there is no "tap dancing" around sensitive topics. Hopefully, this will actually be a comfort to everyone because it will present "touchy" subject of female childlove to people to think about, without having to be influenced by sex-oppressed media, religion and governments. The topics discussed, articles/essays posted and the stories/poetry written on this site are different from what society's expectations of women and girls are, and as such this site strives to liberate women and girls from the oppression imposed on their sexuality.

Within the pages of Butterfly Kisses you will find sexual issues and topics of female, and particularly lesbian pedophilia, and some of them will probably make some people uncomfortable. Some people will be pleased and some will be angry. But ALL should make you THINK. Our society needs to learn how to discuss highly controversial subjects without the "knee-jerk" reaction so prevalent today. Many of these topics, if we will just stop over-reacting to them and calmly, rationally think about them, may turn out to be less controversial than we thought. We might even see a side to the issue that we had never considered before, which helps us to better understand the controversy. It is only when we understand the various sides to an issue and are ready to discuss it calmly and rationally, that we can begin to effectively deal with it.

This web site is divided in several different sections to make it easier for everyone to navigate through its pages. In "Speaking Out" you can read about real life stories and about female desires and love for little girls. You can also do your own research into woman/girl love by exploring our "Media Guide" archives or "Library" where you can find many examples of women's attraction to little girls, either written in books, painted on canvas or acted out in the movies.

I hope you will enjoy this web site!



And here's something else (the legalese they plan to use to defend themselves part) from their site:

<<<The International Female Girllovers Collective (IFgLC) was formed in 2001. It was inspired by the struggle of many women and girls through the years to have their love recognized and accepted by society, governments, religions and the law.

IFgLC's goal is to end the extreme oppression of women and girls in mutually consensual relationships by:

· building understanding and support for such relationships

· educating the general public on the benevolent nature of woman/girl love

· cooperating with lesbian, gay, feminist, and other liberation movements

· supporting the liberation of persons of all ages from sexual prejudice and oppression

· Our membership is open to everyone sympathetic to woman/girl love and personal freedom.

IFgLC calls for the empowerment of youth in all areas, not just the sexual. We support greater economic, political and social opportunities for young people and denounce the rampant ageism that segregates and isolates them in fear and mistrust. We believe sexual feelings are a positive life force. We support the rights of youth as well as adults to choose the partners with whom they wish to share and enjoy their bodies.

We condemn sexual abuse and all forms of coercion. Freely-chosen relationships differ from unwanted sex. Present laws, which focus only on the age of the participants, ignore the quality of their relationships. We know that differences in age do not preclude mutual, loving interaction between persons. IFgLC is strongly opposed to age-of-consent laws and all other restrictions which deny women and girls the full enjoyment of their bodies and control over their own lives.

IFgLC does not provide encouragement, referrals or assistance for people seeking sexual contacts. IFgLC does not engage in any activities that violate the law, nor do we advocate that anyone else should do so.

We call for fundamental reform of the laws regarding relations between youths and adults. Today, many thousands of women and girls are unjustly ground into the disfunctional criminal justice system. Blindly, this system condemns consensual, loving relationships between younger and older people.

IFgLC is a political, civil rights, and educational organization. We provide factual information and help educate society about the positive and beneficial nature of woman/girl love.>>>

Don't believe me? You've got the link. If you have the stomach for it, check it out.

You see, it's not a gay rights issue. Gays are not child predators. Some child predators prefer to prey on their own gender. Some don't. But that doesn't make them gay and that doesn't make gay people child predators; it's another thing entirely. But part of the lies, smoke, mirrors and subterfuge is to make us THINK it's a gay issue (in the case of this Butterfly Kisses group and NAMBLA and others) -- it's how they try to legally protect themselves. And it's not a feminism/women's rights issue -- "we have a right to do as we please with our own bodies!" -- as the above legalese might suggest. I don’t personally know a single feminist who wouldn’t like to see these people rot in their own special corner of Hell. And, by the way, it is NOT a freedom of speech issue -- though they like to hide behind that precious right -- either. That's just one more lie they'd like us to believe.

It's a good vs. evil issue. It's us vs. them. It's our kids -- and the bad guys/gals want them just as bad as we do.

Don't let it happen. Don't let them succeed.

And -- as I have been reminded of today -- don't make the mistake of thinking you only have to protect your precious babies from bad "guys." There are plenty of bad "gals" out there, too...if not, this evil, disgusting, sickening Butterfly Kisses site couldn't exist.

So What Can We DO?

If you really care -- not in an "Oh, that's disgusting! I can't stand to hear about this" bury-your-head-in-the-sand kind of a way, but in an "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to ignore it!" kind of way, here are a couple of DECENT sites that can help you get information and take a stand:

  • PROTECT (National Association to Protect Children) site: (these good people actually DO lobby for our children!). If you say this systematic predation of children sickens you, but don’t join Protect, you are simply blowing smoke. It’s a simple truth. You will be able to see where your state and elected officials stand on the problem – and you will find ways to demand action.
  • Andrew Vachss' (warrior against child predators) site: Here, you will find some excellent links to articles, etc. to educate yourself about what is really going on out there. This particular article, first printed in Parade Magazine, is a great place to start:

Spread the word. The scum of the earth thrives on darkness; shine the light – and keep it trained on them. Educate your children and yourselves. Make no assumptions about who is safe and who isn’t. It’s a sad way to live, but it’s the reality of the world we live in.

As Mr. Vachss might say, action is truth. So let’s ACT! If you are serious, you will start by joining forces with Protect.

Maybe, if things go well, we can take "Supergirl" (may she rot in Hell) down in the process. Hope springs eternal...

*Please remember that this (Butterfly Kisses) and/or any Website is but a tiny representation of what is out there. Maybe this site will go away, but the people (I use that term loosely) it represents will not. I do not necessarily advocate your clicking on this link, but in the interest of providing proof to my argument, I am providing it.