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Noah Berlatsky, Who Seems to Be OK With Pedophiles, Sure Does Hate Republicans

Posted on | October 9, 2023 | Comments Off on Noah Berlatsky, Who Seems to Be OK With Pedophiles, Sure Does Hate Republicans

In case you wondered whatever happened to this particular scumbag — who, just a few years ago, was busy defending pedophiles as “MAPs” (minor-attracted persons) — he seems now to have latched onto his buddy Aaron Rupar’s blog Public Notice, where today he declared: “Republicans have used the crisis [in Israel] to indulge in monstrously irresponsible lies and inflammatory conspiracy theories that seem designed to hobble peace efforts and encourage dissension, confusion, and war.”

Thanks for this information, Mister Pedophile Defender.

To recount a bit of history, I first took notice of Berlatsky in 2015, when he was doing a “male feminist” trip that annoyed Meghan Murphy. A few years later, in January 2020, I asked a simple question: “Is Noah Berlatsky a Pedophile?”

Look, I’m not making any accusations here, and far be it from me, an award-winning journalist, to engage in irresponsible speculation. There is no actual evidence that Noah Berlatsky is a pedophile, as far as I know, and it would be reckless to attempt to infer anything about his sexual preference based merely on a few messages on Twitter, taken out of context. Rather, if anyone seriously suspected Berlatsky of pedophilia — which, as I say, there’s no specific reason they should suspect this — it might be more productive to consider his overall oeuvre of work, including his oft-noted status as a so-called “male feminist.”
If you get my drift. Nudge, nudge. Wink, wink.

That 2020 post proved to be rather prophetic, because by the summer of 2021, Berlatsky had become “the Communications Director for Prostasia, a not-for-profit group that is reportedly attempting to legitimize pedophilia under the guise of helping children.” In the words of feminist Anna Slatz, “all of Prostasia’s goals and campaigns lead to the exact same conclusion: The total normalization and acceptance of pedophilia in wider society.”

Berlatsky’s association with this pro-pedophile group got renewed attention a few months ago when he published an opinion column at Bloomberg that attacked the popular anti-trafficking film, The Sound of Freedom.

As I have said before, far be it from me to accuse anyone of being a pedophile without evidence, but on the other hand, if it walks like a duck and talks like a duck, you should consider the possibility it’s actually a duck.



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