Special Victims Unit

This doesn’t come as a surprise:

The American Psychological Association has established a task force on “consensual non-monogamy,”

They’re going to classify polyamorists as mentally ill? From what I’ve seen that sounds perfectly reasonable. Ah, wait:

“Finding love and/or sexual intimacy is a central part of most people’s life experience. However, the ability to engage in desired intimacy without social and medical stigmatization is not a liberty for all. This task force seeks to address the needs of people who practice consensual non-monogamy, including their intersecting marginalized identities,” the website for the task force of the APA’s Division 44 explains.

It was only a matter of time before polyamorists carved out a special victim box for themselves, gaining privileges in an age of rampant identity politics. Nobody can say they haven’t been agitating for it for a long time, duly assisted by the dimmer end of the press corps.

Andre Van Mol, a board-certified family physician in Redding, California who co-chairs the committee on adolescent sexuality for the American College of Pediatricians, said in an email to The Christian Post that this is yet another example of marginal sexual practices being promoted as normal with academic gloss, making destructive things sound helpful and good.

He’s right, of course. I wonder if he’s a reader here?

“Their sexuality divisions have long since been taken over by extremists. Unless parents push back, it won’t be long before this will be taught to our children in school with the usual emotional blackmail that to do otherwise is to stigmatize.”

He added: “Since American mental health experts have largely given up on their job of investigating underlying factors that may be contributing to marginal sexual behavior, this is what we are left with, the cult of affirmation.”

This argument should be at the front and centre of our socio-political discourse, but instead it’s relegated to a couple of paragraphs in an article about polyamory. This goes a long way to explain how we find ourselves here.

(Via two different people who I’ve forgotten. Sorry.)


6 thoughts on “Special Victims Unit

  1. How about this: The “be nice and reasonable to people” lesson needs to be separated from the lessons on the various different ways people like to fuck.

    In fact, if the lesson is “be nice and reasonable to people”, including protected/woke/diverse classes nice to the “oppressors”, we don’t really need any lessons on how different people like to fuck, do we?

  2. Every minor bit of what was perversion is now perfectly OK and we wonder why our morals are going down the pan.

    Seems to me that we need to legalise murder, only for white males though, and we will have the full set.

  3. Yes, but Van Mol wrote that in an email to The Christian Post, which casts doubt on the validity of his opinion. Is that best psychiatric practice speaking, or merely an overdeveloped moral sense?

  4. It’s best to let people fuck who they want (pace consent/other caveats too numerous to detail without derailing train of thought) and not worry too much about it, or make really any kind of deal about it, or pay any attention to a “look at me and who/how I am fucking” display.

    Doctors may sometimes need to worry about who their patient is fucking, and need to take care not to fuck their patients.

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