Why has Peter Tatchell not been prosecuted?

POST REMOVED.  The comments were too awful.  Sorry.  Tatchell allegedly supported the Paedophile Information Exchange’s campaign to legalize paedophilia.  Did he?

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“Mr Tatchell’s latest comments echo those made by him last year as well as in a controversial letter he sent to The Guardian in 1997, in which he talked about the “positive nature of some child-adult sexual relationships” and even said he knew cases of nine-year-olds for whom sex with adults “gave them great joy”.
 

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5 Responses to “Why has Peter Tatchell not been prosecuted?”

  1. Tapestry says:

    It looks photoshopped. Maybe he’s on record as saying it.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Why has Peter Tatchell not been prosecuted?
    POST REMOVED.

    WTF ‘ T A P ‘ this guy must have —

    50me 5eriouse 5417 —

    5hoveling friends in high places to pull this RAPID deletion off on you!!

    Folks please keep a note of this name above as something is clearly WRONG.

    McVicar

  3. Tapestry says:

    Thread was tiresome. I’m not that interested in endless diatribes and rants. Information, insights and new ideas welcome.

  4. James says:

    Peter Tatchell has never advocated adults having sex with children. He does not support this. He says adults should NOT have sex with children. He has never advocated the abolition of ages of consent. He has said that if young people of similar ages have sex below the age of 16 they should not be prosecuted, providing they both consent and there is no coercion, manipulation or exploitation.
    Read here: http://petertatchell.net/lgbt_rights/age_of_consent/index.htm

  5. Anonymous says:

    Quote:

    “Mr Tatchell’s latest comments echo those made by him last year as well as in a controversial letter he sent to The Guardian in 1997, in which he talked about the “positive nature of some child-adult sexual relationships” and even said he knew cases of nine-year-olds for whom sex with adults “gave them great joy”.

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