IMAGES OF PEDOPHILE "HUMOR" HEAVILY PROMOTED IN PLAYBOY MAGAZINE
“You cannot do the kind of programming of people's brains, minds, memories, bodies -- the connection between the brain goes all the way down from the retina all the way down the central nervous system and into genitals -- you can't show people those kind of pictures and arouse them that way and not think that they're going to act out either positively on somebody who agrees or negatively on somebody who doesn't agree. That's what's going to happen. And you simply can't do that to billions of people at one time -- to masses of the population.” --- Dr. Judith Reisman
It has been brought to my attention that Hugh Hefner is dead. This man, who did so much to pollute the hearts and minds of millions of young men and women, somehow managed to live in our dimension for 91 years -- much to our chagrin. I, for one, will be the closing the portal so that this filthy piece of dog manure never has the opportunity to reincarnate in our dimension again. May he rest eternally in the pit of hell with his demonic master and overlord with NO possibility of return.
Excerpt from Flashback 1978: Playboy Promotes Pedophilia
"Among the books reviewed in the June 1978 issue of Playboy is Sex Without Shame: Encouraging the Child’s Healthy Sexual Development by pediatrician Dr. Alayne Yates. Accompanied by an image of a child’s letter block with a nude, masturbating woman depicted on one side (captioned “never too young”), the anonymous review proclaims that the book “couldn’t come at a better time.”...
What are the “other, healthier styles of parenting” recommended by Dr. Yates? For her, responsible child-rearing begins with accepting Alfred Kinsey’s claim that infant human beings are self-lubricating orgasm machines. Noting that “Innumerable baby boys were born with fully erect sexual organs” and that “all girl babies lubricated vaginally in the first four to six hours of life” – and are, therefore, apparently ready for sexual intercourse in her expert opinion – Yates perseveres through one of the most repugnant paragraphs ever composed in the English language – if, indeed, it was composed in English first and not transcribed from some obscure Judaic source:
Masturbation culminating in climax may occur as early as the first month of life. The baby girl is the most enthusiastic and proficient. With unmistakable intent, she crosses her thighs rigidly. With a glassy stare she grunts, rubs, and flushes for a few seconds or minutes. If interrupted, she screams with annoyance. Movements cease abruptly and are followed by relaxation and deep sleep. This sequence occurs many times during the day, but only occasionally at night. The baby boy proceeds with distinct penis throbs and thrusts accompanied by convulsive contractions of the torso. After climax his erection (without ejaculation) quickly subsides and he appears calm and peaceful. Kinsey reports that one boy of eleven months had ten climaxes in an hour and that another of the same age had fourteen in thirty-eight minutes.2
Yates dedicates her book “To My Sexy Children”, and Chapter 11, “Keep It in the Family”, opens with a motto attributed to the pedophilia-promoting René Guyon Society: “Sex before eight or else it’s too late.”3"