I remember back in class studying stems that 'pedo' came up. The kids started laughing, and the teacher said not to use it as a sample word. Some were slow to the definition, and didn't even know what it was. The teacher described it as a sick person, and lots of the kids agreed with giggles and nods. I nearly jumped at that and said they aren't sick, there are differences, but she refused to even consider my argument and said that her husband was a police officer and that there were sick people out there.
I knew that, but I wanted to state the difference. I quieted myself down, because I really wanted to slap some type of sense into her, but to calm my boiling anger, I considered what I once thought of it. I used to be like that, no matter how much I denied I liked adults over kids, fooling myself into beliving I liked a guy in my class, I still thought you guys were sick, child molesting pervs.
(Boy, do I feel like an ass.)
Well, I come to think that if children think like adults then woulden't the movement for your rights be harder to really be accepted?
I just thought about it for a while. I really hate the fact that people just say what they learned from one side then from another. I especially worry since tolerance has become even thiner, if possible, against you. People pardoned from murder and assault because they were pedophiles. And death sentences for the possibilty. I hate it. I just wanted to satae this. Sorry if I didn't get my point across to clearly.