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A History of Pedophilia

An ongoing social fetish

According to the dictionary Pedophilia or paedophilia is a psychiatric disorder in which an adult or older adolescent desires or experiences sexual attraction to prepubescent children or children under legal age in their countries. The desire is classified as a mental disorder and it’s a criminal offence when acted upon.

In contrast Pederasty or paederasty is a homosexual relationship between an adult male and a pubescent or adolescent male. The status of pederasty has changed over the course of history from being an ideal in ancient Greece and Rome, but it’s currently a crime indistinct from pedophilia.

The thing is, throughout history people have been uncertain, to a certain degree lost and fearful of death. It

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Rough Around the Edges

Dealing with men and trying to find one that’ll do

Hi there, I’m sending you some of my insights and experiences because I enjoyed some of your posts and your readers might learn something. Anyhow, I guess I’m pretty much just an average girl from Lancashire, my parents tried to teach me manners and I gotta admit that they come in handy sometimes.

I’ve got no great expectations in life and like most people, I want to have fun and maybe a family one day. My sex life began when I was 13, I went to a party, the boys got me drunk and I ended up having sex with two of them. It wasn’t all that nice, but it

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Dubai

More than just an airport

The Independent

Dubai is just another tiny oil-rich kingdom on the Gulf of Arabia. While it remains an important regional airport, like its neighbours it is doing all it can to turn itself into an international tourist destination.

You’ll find all the usual camel safaris, scuba diving, nice beaches for Western tourists only and exquisite hospitality. But being a Muslim country there is no freedom for the people, especially the foreign workers who often suffer horribly as they do in other countries within the region.

However for the naive Western tourist, especially if she is remotely attractive, she will be a target for rape. The Arabs like pretty girls from Europe

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The Red Carpet People

And the gullibility of believers

RT.com

I remember years ago at school being told the story of lemmings, small mammals who on occasion would mass in large numbers and run headlong over a cliff in a mass suicide. But this story seems more allegorical to human beings who once their minds are entranced with any particular belief will follow blindly to their death.

The blindness of belief has created the situation in which humanity is marching towards its own annihilation and there are many streams of belief and paths to destruction.

One of the strongest paths is the sense of “I want” and this is the force that drives consumerism, is the force that drives the

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Surviving Islam

Tips on how to save your life

Hurriyet daily news

Do you actually value your life and the lives of your loved ones? If you do, how much?

If you have not been paying any attention to world affairs, it’s time you did because Islam is on the move. In case you didn’t know, Islam is not a religion, it’s a political movement aimed at world domination and the majority of the Islamic people are poorly educated, they live in fear and superstition.

With the influx of Islamic refugees into western countries, the stage is being set for a new chapter in the battle for the war for our world. All across Europe gangs of uneducated, unemployable and

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Taharrush

A rape game

You may have heard brief mention of this on your local TV news and quickly shut out from your mind. This is a game played by poorly educated young men, they typically gang up on a girl and if they consider they can get away with it, they will sexually molest, tear her clothes off and sometimes rape her.

The current story in the media is that this game is Islamic, but it’s not. It happens all around the world where children are not properly educated and socialised. In the West where kids fear getting into trouble, they seldom go beyond aggravated flirting and touching.

Yet it’s quite common in the world of sport to hear of

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When “No” Means “Yes”

The most infamous contradiction

We live in an age of confusion where very few people know their own minds or even have control over their desires. The majority are locked into compulsive behaviours and unable to be truly responsible.

All human beings have an underlying desire to perpetuate our species through the passing on of genetic material. We have evolved the system of marriage as a way to do that which ensures that children have some stability in their lives and every young man and young women has an inherent desire for intimate connection with another human being.

Unfortunately human desires and human sexuality have been been hijacked by capitalism into a great deal of confusion in the population.

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Travel in a world at war

Updated from 2016

Gaia – The World Tree. How do you want to live?

Why travel and how to stay safe? Actually very few countries are safe, you can get shot or blown up in almost any country and even in relatively safe countries like New Zealand, many foreign drivers die in road accidents through their own negligence.

With the spread of terrorism, some people are becoming afraid just to go to work let alone travel. The violence the Middle East continues to escalate with recent attacks in Paris, Egypt and Turkey as Europe struggles to maintain law and order due to the influx of refugees.

Therefore, wherever you go in the world your own safety

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Family Violence and Child Abuse

A personal and social disorder

This is a problem arising out of our failure to be completely human. Some people say it’s stress that causes some individuals to buckle and take out their frustration on family members.

Once upon a time there were societies and indeed civilisations that learned to cooperate with nature. They had the right number of children and produced sufficient food to meet the needs of individuals and communities. But in today’s mad world we all exist in a high-pressure lifestyle where we try to squeeze the most from life but at the same time missing the point.

These are the main points of life

Be happy Ensure the survival of our species Understand and act

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Islamic Health

All is God’s Will

Philippine Nurses in Saudi

If you happen to be travelling in an Islamic country as a welcome visitor and you need healthcare, you will find facilities as good as any western country. The doctors and nurses will most likely have been trained somewhere like the USA, the UK or Switzerland where they have learned the best of allopathic medicine and surgical procedures.

While some of the doctors and nurses will be native to the land, most will be from overseas and there on temporary work permits, but the modern medical facilities are generally reserved for the privileged few.

One of the concerns in many Western countries is that as Islamic populations increase, in some cases

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