Lena Dunham, Gay Rights Pioneer

One thing being overlooked in the Lena Dunham uproar is the fact that it represents the next step in the normalization of child abuse.  This is a campaign that goes back a long, long way, to the establishment of NAMBLA and Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues, which originally contained a scene of lesbian child molestation that Ensler characterized as “good rape.”  Ensler edited that bit out before the thing went national, on the grounds that the “public wasn’t yet ready.”

Evidently, they’re still not ready, to gauge the reaction to Dunham’s revelation that she did “anything a sexual predator might do to woo a small suburban girl,” to her little sister, to quote her own words from her memoir Not That Kind of Girl.  (Truer title never chosen – she’s not that kind of girl at all; no – she’s very much another kind of girl.)  Dunham has been chased from pillar to post for the past week and more with less than might be expected in the way of concerted effort by the usual suspects to defend her.  It seems that even hints at lesbian pedophile incest remain beyond the pale.  At least we know where the line is drawn.

But all is not lost.  Grace Dunham, the subject of her sister’s experimentation, and who happens to be a practicing lesbian, was quick to speak out: “As a queer person: i’m committed to people narrating their own experiences, determining for themselves what has and has not been harmful.”

And there it is, for all with eyes to see – it’s not that a practice is illegal, or harmful; it’s the narrative that the victim prefers to tell herself that matters.  That’s the take-home from the Dunham uproar – the one factor that’s going to be remembered and quoted a year from now.

What that statement amounts to is the basis for the homosexual program to legalize pedophilia.  All they need to do is produce a young person whose “narrative” is that he or she rather enjoys being the sexual plaything of someone four or five times his or her age, and that’s the end of it.  That’s the “narrative,” and you can’t trample on anybody’s narrative.  So it’s a good rape.  Go home and forget about it.

(And while you’re at it, forget about the battered wives terrified into sticking up for their abusive husbands, the child victims of abuse and neglect who are afraid to speak up, and for that matter terror victims fallen into Stockholm syndrome.  They don’t have the right kind of narrative.)

Pedophilia is crucial to the movement to mainstream homosexuality for a number of reasons: recruitment, the mystique of youth, and the fact that many gay rights pioneers – including Harvey Milk and Harry Hays – were pedophiles to one degree or another.  With the Dunham clash, we’ve been given a hint as how this campaign will take shape.  It may astonish some that a pseudo-hip chicky sitcom helmed by an overweight Plain Jane can have such an impact, but that’s the way things are done in the 21st century.

And no skepticism about the gay agenda, please – fifty years ago, people were swearing that gays would never demand marriage.  It’s going to happen this way because it already is happening.  And that’s my narrative.

One thing being overlooked in the Lena Dunham uproar is the fact that it represents the next step in the normalization of child abuse.  This is a campaign that goes back a long, long way, to the establishment of NAMBLA and Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues, which originally contained a scene of lesbian child molestation that Ensler characterized as “good rape.”  Ensler edited that bit out before the thing went national, on the grounds that the “public wasn’t yet ready.”

Evidently, they’re still not ready, to gauge the reaction to Dunham’s revelation that she did “anything a sexual predator might do to woo a small suburban girl,” to her little sister, to quote her own words from her memoir Not That Kind of Girl.  (Truer title never chosen – she’s not that kind of girl at all; no – she’s very much another kind of girl.)  Dunham has been chased from pillar to post for the past week and more with less than might be expected in the way of concerted effort by the usual suspects to defend her.  It seems that even hints at lesbian pedophile incest remain beyond the pale.  At least we know where the line is drawn.

But all is not lost.  Grace Dunham, the subject of her sister’s experimentation, and who happens to be a practicing lesbian, was quick to speak out: “As a queer person: i’m committed to people narrating their own experiences, determining for themselves what has and has not been harmful.”

And there it is, for all with eyes to see – it’s not that a practice is illegal, or harmful; it’s the narrative that the victim prefers to tell herself that matters.  That’s the take-home from the Dunham uproar – the one factor that’s going to be remembered and quoted a year from now.

What that statement amounts to is the basis for the homosexual program to legalize pedophilia.  All they need to do is produce a young person whose “narrative” is that he or she rather enjoys being the sexual plaything of someone four or five times his or her age, and that’s the end of it.  That’s the “narrative,” and you can’t trample on anybody’s narrative.  So it’s a good rape.  Go home and forget about it.

(And while you’re at it, forget about the battered wives terrified into sticking up for their abusive husbands, the child victims of abuse and neglect who are afraid to speak up, and for that matter terror victims fallen into Stockholm syndrome.  They don’t have the right kind of narrative.)

Pedophilia is crucial to the movement to mainstream homosexuality for a number of reasons: recruitment, the mystique of youth, and the fact that many gay rights pioneers – including Harvey Milk and Harry Hays – were pedophiles to one degree or another.  With the Dunham clash, we’ve been given a hint as how this campaign will take shape.  It may astonish some that a pseudo-hip chicky sitcom helmed by an overweight Plain Jane can have such an impact, but that’s the way things are done in the 21st century.

And no skepticism about the gay agenda, please – fifty years ago, people were swearing that gays would never demand marriage.  It’s going to happen this way because it already is happening.  And that’s my narrative.