Thursday, April 11, 2013

Harvard también etiquetó la pedofilia como “orientación sexual”.

Ellos lo que hacen es introduciendo un lenguaje disimulado y sutil donde comienzan a etiquetar las aberraciones como la pedofilia proponiéndola como "orientación sexual". Una vez hecho esto, y con el tiempo, solo les resta abrirle pasos legales a lo que ya han hecho creer que es una "orientación sexual" y exigir "derechos" para su "orientación sexual". Se trata de una sutil conspiración que va cambiando poco a poco y redefiniendo todo lo que hasta ahora conocemos por una nueva tendencia, tendencias contranaturales.

Título de la noticia: Pessimism about pedophilia

Fuente: health (PUNTO) harvard (PUNTO) edu/newsletters/Harvard_Mental_Health_Letter/2010/July/pessimism-about-pedophilia

Fecha: Julio 2010

Pedophilia, the sexual attraction to children who have not yet reached puberty, remains a vexing challenge for clinicians and public officials. Classified as a paraphilia, an abnormal sexual behavior, researchers have found no effective treatment. Like other sexual orientations, pedophilia is unlikely to change. The goal of treatment, therefore, is to prevent someone from acting on pedophile urges — either by decreasing sexual arousal around children or increasing the ability to manage that arousal. But neither is as effective for reducing harm as preventing access to children, or providing close supervision.


The understanding of pedophilia has evolved over time, so each successive edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) has defined this disorder in a slightly different way. The current edition, DSM-IV, categorizes pedophilia as a disorder only if the sexual fantasies or urges involve prepubescent children (defined as 13 or younger), if they last at least six months, if the individual has acted on them, or if they cause marked distress (including legal problems). The DSM-IV also specifies that a person be at least 16 years old and at least five years older than the prepubescent child.

The draft version of DSM-V, now undergoing review, proposes several changes to the diagnosis of pedophilia. One is to expand the definition of this disorder to include hebephilia, an attraction to children who are going through puberty. The hybrid category, pedohebephilia, would consist of the pedophilic type (attracted to prepubescent children, generally younger than 11), the hebephilic type (attracted to pubescent children, usually ages 11 through 14), and the pedohebephilic type (attracted to both). In another significant change, the draft suggests that the use of pornography depicting prepubescent or pubescent children for six months or longer should be considered a symptom of pedohebephilia.

Key points

  • Pedophilia is a sexual orientation and unlikely to change. Treatment aims to enable someone to resist acting on his sexual urges.
  • No intervention is likely to work on its own; outcomes may be better when the patient is motivated and treatment combines psychotherapy and medication.
  • Parents should be aware that in most sexual abuse cases involving children, the perpetrator is someone the child knows.

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Fuente: health (PUNTO) harvard (PUNTO) edu/newsletters/Harvard_Mental_Health_Letter/2010/July/pessimism-about-pedophilia

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