By Paul Joseph Watson - November 25, 2021
A transgender professor who called for the stigma towards pedophiles to be removed has been forced to resign.
During an interview with the Prostasia Foundation, Allyn Walker, a female-to-male transgender, insisted that that the term “minor attracted people” should be used in preference to ‘pedophile’ because pedophiles’ feelings might be hurt otherwise.
Walker said she preferred the term because it’s “less stigmatizing than other terms like pedophile.”
The professor also suggested that pedophilia is merely another form of sexual attraction and should be tolerated.
“Sexuality can be fluid, and there are many MAPs who have a range of attractions to both children and adults,” she said.
Walker also asserted that stigma against pedophiles is a “huge problem” and that she “empathizes” with how pedos are treated.
Unsurprisingly, Walker received a massive backlash and then tried to portray herself as the victim.
“Multiple threats were made against me and the campus community generally,” she said in a statement, claiming that her work was “mischaracterized” because she is transgender.
Walker will step down when her contract expires next May.
However, many academics are still publicly proclaiming their support for her, with over 70 researchers and professors signing a letter insisting that Walker is correct not to stigmatize pedos.
“Not everyone who is attracted to children abuses children,” states the letter.
Meanwhile, a petition to reinstate the professor has received over 2,500 signatures.