Saturday, September 8, 2007

Is Germaine Greer a pedophile?

Germaine Greer is an expert at being offensive, if she is not sniping at the recently deceased (Steve Irwin), the not so recently passed away (Princess Diana) she is lusting after pre-pubescent boys. When discussing her book the "Beautiful Boy" she has been quoted as saying, "I suppose some will call me a pedophile".

She goes on to describe the book as being
, "full of pictures of "ravishing" pre-adult boys with hairless chests, wide-apart legs and slim waists"

"I know that the only people who are supposed to like looking at pictures of boys are a subgroup of gay men," she wrote last year in London's Daily Telegraph. "Well, I'd like to reclaim for women the right to appreciate the short-lived beauty of boys, real boys, not simpering 30-year-olds with shaved chests."

This quote strikes me as not only deeply disturbing but it also seems to imply that she might as we speak be lusting after some poor boy, to be abused at her depraved hands.

If a man was seen to be making similar statements he would be condemned by the public and no reputable publisher would even consider producing a book that encourages men to seduce young girls.

Yet here is Greer promoting pedophilia, but because she is a woman talking about abusing boys it is acceptable, this is bloody outrageous.

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