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January 1999 Email this to a friend

The Pedophilia of Everyday Life [Back to Magazine Feature]
By Richard D. Mohr
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Ped. in everyday life
By travelman
11/25/05 04:57 PM
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I just happened onto this site. I read the article for a drug free America. I was impressed as to how much thought was put into the comments of the attractive young boy. I appreciate all the input, and will look more closely at other adds/photos of kids used in advertisement. While the kid is rather cute, I never would have thought he was trying to seduce me. I think the photo did though, catch my attention as to what the article is about. I think it so sad and tragic kids are getting involved in drugs, esp at such a young age. While I guess, he is rather attractive, I suppose even seductive looking, I was not thinking I, as a middle age man, was the object of his seduction. I just saw a cute young kid. Didn't even pay attention to the sweater. I imagine kids at 12 or 13 are very sexual beings, but not sure about being a sexual partner, to anyone, at any age. While I appreciate an attractive kid, I guess I didn't think of him as a potention sex partner. For me or even a 13 y/o girl. Maybe that makes me a little old fashioned. I will now look at all photos using young boys a little differently.

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