“Feminism is the theory, lesbianism is the practice,”

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That quote, “Feminism is the theory, lesbianism is the practice.” is attributed to women’s liberation pioneer Ti-Grace Atkinson.  During the late 80’s, when I was at a small university, it was said that the “Women’s Studies” Department was really the “Lesbian Studies” department.  Rumors abounded that the professors in that department used the steady stream of young, impressionable (and probably vulnerable) students as a harem of sorts.  Of course, having a head full of mush myself, I thought little of it, and occupied much of my out of class time with parties and the pursuit of far more attractive heterosexual girls.  Needless to say, I had not heard of Ti-Grace Atkinson, or her thinking.  I didn’t need to.  It was assumed that the “Lesbian Studies” Department was really a “Lesbian Recruitment Center,” so we all just moved on to what many students of the era did, pursuing booze and girls (Which, I guess, is what the lesbian studies department did as well).

I assume I’ll catch hell due to that paragraph, but perhaps not as much as Robert Stacy McCain, who has been 0n a tear as of late. Stacy has written two posts at The Other McCain, and one at the American Spectator, that is sure to ruffle the feathers of more than a few feminists.  Here are the links to those posts:

‘If It Was a Rape, It Was Good Rape’

Professor Dee Graham: The Psychologist Who Drove Feminists Crazy

V Is for Victimhood

Let me say that we will not be quoting very much from these articles. Instead, I strongly encourage you to follow the links and read the articles in their entirety. This is yet another situation in which using simple excerpts does Stacy an injustice.  However, for my purposes, I will be taking a look at another example of sex with minors being glorified.

This is why feminists have made Valentine’s Day an annual occasion for the performance of Eve Ensler’s play “The Vagina Monologues” on university campuses. One of the most controversial scenes in Ensler’s original play involved a 13-year-old girl experiencing “a kind of heaven” after being sexually molested by an older lesbian: “If it was rape, it was a good rape.” That line was subsequently excised from the script and the girl’s age changed to 16, but the fundamental point of the scene remains: Lesbian sex is never wrong, and introducing young girls to lesbianism is a good thing.

So, even though the author has backpedaled from her original assertion that, “if it was rape, it was a good rape,” it is clear that the victimization of children is, at the very least, not seen as a serious issue. At the worst, the victimization of children is preferred.  But, for all of the connections between these kinds of radicals, and the victimization of children, we hear very little from the mainstream media in the mainline gay-rights groups to denounce that same victimization.

I also like how Stacy ended his American Spectator article. He closed with the following…

There is no such thing as a happy Valentine’s Day for feminists. They hate men, they hate love, and they hate happiness, too.

And, that is absolutely correct. Feminism, in all of its forms, is a construction of Cultural Marxism. Stable sex roles, the nuclear family, and even love itself, must be attacked and destroyed in order to usher in an era of “social justice” and “equality.” For this to be accomplished, the most insane ideas are required. And, the proponents of feminism can never be happy. They must continue to be driven by hate. Because, if the soldiers of feminism are happy, they will have no ammunition with which to attack human nature.  Hate is needed to kill millions of babies. Hate is needed I in order to dehumanize men; for portraying them as nothing more than exploiters and rapists who are worthy of death.  And, in the end, hate is needed to view students, and even children, as sexual objects to be initiated into the ultimate sorority of lesbianism.  Because, as we all know, “Feminism is the theory, lesbianism is the practice,”

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Intergenerational Relationships: Code Word for Sex with Kids?

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We’ve covered the push to normalize pedophilia a great deal here, from the #FreeKate supporters thinking that sex with 12 year olds, or even 9 year olds is acceptable, to Matt Barber’s work in exposing B4U-Act.  It is clear that the push to make sex with children safe (for the perp), legal, plentiful, is going strong.   Robert Stacy McCain, over the American Spectator, has even more…

Joshua Epstein, a blogger who identifies himself as a gay progressive Democrat, reacted to the Black-Daley affair on Twitter: “He could be his father. Yuk.” That reaction was condemned by Huffington Post columnist Michelangelo Signorile, who said only “internalized homophobia” could cause gays to criticize such relationships.

“There is an undercurrent in these comments — the ‘chicken hawk’ charge — that suggests that gay men are more likely to sexually abuse underage teens, the ugliest lie about gay men out there,” Signorile wrote Friday in Huffington Post’s “Gay Voices” section. “Hardcore homophobes are predictably pointing to Black and Daley as supposed proof. But many gay men too, so defensive about the charge and deathly fearful of how it’s used, overcompensate by saying ‘yuk.'”

Signorile specifically defended sites that promote “intergenerational” gay sex. “Some younger people are attracted to older people, and vice versa,” he wrote. “There’s even a gay website called Daddyhunt. The famed novelist Armistead Maupin’s 27-years-younger husband, Christopher Turner, founded it. They met on another one of Turner’s sites, HotOlderMale.com. If that’s not your thing, it’s totally cool, but in that case just shut your mouth.” Gay people who criticize older men having sex with teens need to “open our minds, refrain from the impulsive outbursts and stop feeding the bigots,” Signorile wrote.

Such relationships are an important part of gay culture, Signorile argued: “Historically, gay men have engaged in intergenerational sexual encounters, brief romances and long-term relationships — among consenting adults — probably much more than straight people have. . . . And often, but certainly not always, that’s been about older people teaching younger people — again, consenting adults. Yes, there are older (and younger) gay men who are selfish and narcissistic and exploit people who are young and naïve, just like a lot of older (and younger) straight men. But that’s often a gross generalization that doesn’t account for the great many nurturing intergenerational bonds.”

Notice how many times Signorile added “consenting adults?”  Is he trying to be clear, or is this a case of , “The lady doth protest too much, methinks.”

The article strictly talks about the example of a 19-year-old.  However, I have to ask how soon it will be until “intergenerational” means a 14 or 15 year old?  We did see indications of that in an earlier post…

At the same time as I post all of this, I have to acknowledge that many of the #FreeKate opponents are gay, or LGBT supporters. Gays have passed useful  information to me, and others have been vocal in their opposition. While we would disagree on most things, we are united by the belief that children should be protected, not targeted, by adults. That leaves us with the reality that while there does seem to be a vocal part in the LGBT community that wants more access to children, they are going to be met by others that resist that same push. So while we point out this push towards normalizing pedophilia, we must recognize those members or supporters of LGBT that are “on our side.” Frankly, we are going to need those voices to stop this push.

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#FreeKate Update: Victim Tried to Break Off Relationship, Kaitlyn Hunt ‘Wouldn’t Let Her,’ Described to Have ‘Problem With Lying’

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For the latest post in our series based on the information acquired via a FOIA request filed by Jeanette Runyon, we take a look into the nature of Kaitlyn Hunt’s relationship with her victim.  It seems that the victim tried to break off the relationship, but Kaitlyn wasn’t willing to do that.  I will be quoting two sources; Detective Shepherd’s report, and the text messages exchanged between Kelly Hunt Smith, and her daughter’s victim.  Please note that since the victim is a minor,  I will minimize the input from her part of the conversation to protect her from undo scrutiny, as well as from retaliation from the Hunts, or their supporters.

In essence, from two sources, we find that the victim tried to break off the relationship at some time prior to January 9, 2013, and Kaitlyn Hunt threatened to openly disclose that the victim was a lesbian.  Note that this come over one month before the arrest of Kaitlyn Hunt.  First, here is a screen capture from Detective Shepherd regarding a talk he had with the Captain of the Basketball team…

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As you can see, the victim (indicated by her initials, C.S.) was reported as trying to break off the relationship.

Kiandrea told me that C.S. told her she attempted at one point to break it off with Kaitlyn.  However, Kaitlyn would not let her. Kaitlyn threatened to tell people about her sexual orientation.

Now, here are a serious screencaptures of the January 9, 2013 conversation between Kelley Hunt Smith, and the victim of her daughter…

cs tried to leave

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What do U mean? Uve tried to break it off with her, and she wouldn’t let u? Kelley Hunt Smith

She threatened to put all the stuff we had out.  So. Like I’m not with all that. The victim of Kaitlyn Hunt

In this interaction, Kelley Hunt Smith does provide the victim with more information about her daughter…

kate lies

kate lies 2

Sweetie I hate to tell u this, but Kate has some issues, especially with lying.

Kate knows I have my concerns with it. You are very young. I don’t know if your parents and an family knew about this or approved, which obviously they don’t. 

I think what we are starting to see is that a young and vulnerable teen was taken in by an adult that has, “some issues, especially with lying.”  When the younger teen tried to break off the relationship, the adult threatened to make known that the young girl was a lesbian.

And what else did Kelley Hunt Smith think of the relationship between Kaitlyn and the victim?

cant understand what love is

Ur both young and at your age can’t understand what love is.

Just to add to the argument, let’s review some of the information that was uncovered in the Notification of Violation of Pretrial Release…

“Keep the f*ck quiet.”

“if my mom finds out we’re talking, I’m blaming it on you.”

“F*ck you…You’re stupid…you want me to go to jail…you’re such a messed up person…you snitched on me.

Kaitlyn Hunt, to her victim.

Does this not run completely counter the the assertion of #FreeKate supporters, like Rachael Carson Zerbe, who claimed that this was nothing more than a “loving relationship” between “peers?” Does “love” mean threatening to “out” someone if they leave a relationship?  Does it mean sending verbally abusive texts?  Or, was this an exploitative relationship, based on lies and threats?  I think the evidence, and the reaction Kelley Hunt Smith, would suggest that.

But there is more…

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Not to mention that your both very young to label yourselves sexually.  U may grow up to date guys, get married, and have kids. If u truly feel that you bi or a lesbian those are thoughts and feelings u should share with your parents.

Does this sound like a parent that was ready to go to war over this being “anti-gay bias?”   It seems that she believes that they are not set in their sexuality.

But was the victim a lesbian at all?

I don't like girls

 

 But, what I’ve tried to teach her is that lying always leads to something bad.  Kelley Hunt Smith

smh & this is.  I’m so sorry  I don’t like girls.  I guess I got wrapped up in Kate & what she would say.  Aha. Wow. yeah.  Victim of Kaitlyn Hunt

Once again, I think that we are seeing a very young girl who fell victim to manipulation at the hands of an adult.  She indicated in the above comment, as well as in another (unpublished one), that she isn’t a lesbian.   However, we see that Kaitlyn hunt was able to manipulate her into at least acting like one.

And, But, what I’ve tried to teach her is that lying always leads to something bad. could be an epitaph for this entire case.

For me, this interaction very strongly suggests that Kaitlyn Hunt was engaged in  a verbally abusive and manipulative relationship with a young teen.  The young teen was confused and easily manipulated by the older, more savvy adult, who in the words of her own mother, had problems with lying.

It also raises the question of what happened to the Kelley Hunt Smith, who in this entire interaction, was rather nurturing to the young victim?  Why did she go from being supportive and kind to this?

James and Laurie Smith wouldn’t give up. They were out to destroy my daughter, they feel like my daughter “made” their daughter gay. They are bigoted, religious [zealots] that see being gay as a sin and wrong, and they blame my daughter. Of course I see it 100% different. I don’t see or label these girls as gay. They are teenagers in high school experimenting with their sexuality, all teens do it in one form or another. They are teens, its healthy and normal. And even if their daughter is gay, who cares, she is still their daughter. (Emphasis added)

And why does Kelley Hunt Smith talk about the victim being “gay” when the victim herself told her that she was not?  Why did Kelley Hunt Smith go from indicating that they were too young to label themselves sexually, to stating that the young victim was gay?

The questions are starting to get a bit numerous, aren’t they?

In a sense, this post does leave us with  a number of unanswered questions.  However, it does show us that the relationship between Kaitlyn Hunt and her victim was abusive and controlling, and when the victim tried to leave, Kaitlyn Hunt threatened to “tell people” about her “sexual orientation.” And, if homosexual behavior is, in the words of Kelley Hunt Smith, “healthy and normal,” why did her daughter threaten her young victim with exposing that very “healthy and normal” behavior?  Why the inconsistency?  Or was it just a case of an adult using power and control to manipulate a young teen into staying in a relationship?  You can be the judge of that.

While we know more, I have a hunch that this is only the tip of the iceberg.  But, unless other legal developments come about, we will likely not know.  What we are left with is a traumatized victim and family, whose only desire was to protect their young daughter from an adult that wouldn’t let go.

For now, this is the last post regarding the information obtained in the FOIA request filed by Jeanette Runyon.   As always, should something newsworthy, such as more harassment, arrests, bullying, “pretend IRL stalking,” new evidence emerges, or legal developments occur, we will revisit the case.   In other words, this story is alive as the Hunts and their supporters make it.

Also, I will make the same offer that the website Support Honesty makes.  If there is any kind of actual documentation that proves anything in these last three posts incorrect, I will happily post it to correct the public record.  However, “documentation” means actual documentation, not, “because I said so.”

As always, we need to thank Jeanette Runyon, who has born the brunt of much abuse at the hands of #FreeKate supporters.  From openly plotting to get her banned from Twitter via false spam reports, to one even pretending to stalk her IRL, Jeanette came through under pressure.  Also, we need to thank Robert Stacy McCain, of The Other McCain, whose extensive Twitter readership, his blog, Viral Read, and an American Spectator post all supported the release of this information.  We also need to acknowledge the Smith family, that dug in and stayed the course for the sake of their daughter.  There are a host of other bloggers and individuals to thank and acknowledge, and I will do that in a future post.

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