Education doesn't change deeply held beliefs. Changing deeply held beliefs takes a long time and a lot of effort, combined with a hell of a lot of peer pressure. Look at the change over just the past decade or two for homosexuals. The level of tolerance has increased substantially, even among those who only a few decades ago were staunchly against anything related to homosexuality. It didn't come easy, though.
I'm thinking that some MAPs tried to include themselves in pride month this year and that might be what started this stuff I've been seeing. Rightly pointing out that pedophiles are given very similar treatment as gays used to receive, though I think a very small percentage of the current pride community remembers that treatment. A lot are too young and those who are old enough to know I suspect have grown used to the new way the western world works and forgotten much of what they went through.
If only I were gay. I could feel like I could tell people. Sure, I might lose some friends or people will start treating me differently, but if I out myself as a pedo? Well... How often have you heard people saying pedophiles should all be killed? The best we can get typically is sympathy if we are getting "treatment" to stop being pedophiles. Remember trying to "cure" homosexuality? I guess that's been forgotten too. If you accept your sexuality as a pedophile, you'll find yourself with very few friends and a hell of a lot of enemies. That's not something that education can fix. Pedophilia tends to trigger a strong emotional response, and emotion typically triumphs over logic.