by Mindy Robinson, InfoWars:
Last July, I uncovered the MAPS movement. It’s a community of online pedophiles that believe it’s “OK” to be attracted to children so long as you don’t “act” on it. If you have a teenager that spends any amount of time online, you need to be aware of their friends and contacts…..look for any of these mentions or symbols.
If you’re confused by the jargon because you’re a normal and not a disgusting POS, here are the actual definitions.
MAPS: Minor attracted person (pedophile)
NOMAPS: It doesn’t mean they’re against it like you’d think, it means they’re a “non offending” non-contact pedophile, which they seem to think makes them moral.
NAMBLA: The North American Man/Boy Love association, their goal is to abolish all ages of consent. I thought this was a running joke….it’s not, it’s real.
Hebephile: Pedophile attracted to pubescent kids.
Zoophile: sexually attracted to animals.
Nepiophile: Someone who’s sexually attracted to toddlers and babies.
I wish I were kidding….but they’ve even come up with their own pride flag and symbol…
The movement to legalize pedophylia itself is called Heart Progress. It hides under the guise of wanted to “fight hate and bigotry” but they’re actually fighting to reduce the age of sexual consent to 4……..that’s right, 4 years old!!!!
MAPS seem to have the most prominent online presence, if you don’t believe me just search for it and watch all the profiles pop up. Because that’s how they find each other too. They’ll almost always have a cartoon or anime profile pic…..because that’s what’s “safe” and appealing to children.
They hide under the guise that they’re innocent because they are “non offending.” But obviously, this brings to light several problems. The first being that what they consider “not acting” on it…it isn’t just as cut and dry as normal human beings would think. I’ve found several accounts on Twitter alone that believe as long as the child “enjoys it” or consents (children can’t consent) then it’s “ok.” I wish I were kidding but….
Do you have any idea how hard it was to get those profiles off Twitter no matter how many times people flagged it? That first account had a duplicate account up within hours…..which took more flagging and another whole day to take down.