California leads nation in systemic sexualization of children

Sep 11, 2020 by

by Linda Harvey, LifeSite:

Sure, let’s make it easier for adults to homosexually molest young teens. This makes lots of sense.

And ignores thousands of years in the track record of child corruption.

Why are we even talking about this? There are sound reasons why adults with have same-sex attractions have historically been barred from access to children, and we ignore the time-honored rationale at our peril.

California, on a track to become the most self-destructive state in the union (not counting Oregon, Washington, and New York), just passed a bill that weakens penalties for adults having homosexual sex with minors.  Senate Bill 145 is ready for Gov. Gavin Newsom to sign, and by the time you read this, it may be law.

The reality is, this bill amends a bad law to make it worse. Right now, a 23-year-old guy who has sex with a 15-year-old girl does not automatically become a sex offender. This bill seeks “equality” to make homosexual encounters on par with the current law.

Whether Newsom signs or not, this bill or one similar will return, because this isn’t the first time radicals have tried this in California. It allows the judge to keep an adult offender off a sex offender registry, at his/her discretion, if the victim is 14 to 17 years of age and the adult is less than 10 years older, and anal and oral sex (rather than vaginal sex) are the sex practices involved. These are the typical elements of homosexual conduct.

State Sen. Scott Wiener, the openly homosexual sponsor, said the bill, “eliminates discrimination against LGBTQ youth in our criminal justice system.”

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