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On 4/14/2022 at 6:45 AM, MisterrSingh said:

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"Minor Attracted Individuals". Look how they play with words to weasel their way into normality.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10813233/Trans-professor-DEFENDED-pedophiles-minor-attracted-persons-hired-Johns-Hopkins-center.html

Trans professor, 34, who DEFENDED pedophiles as 'minor attracted persons' is hired by Johns Hopkins University center aimed at preventing child sexual abuse months after he resigned from Virginia school

  • The trans Old Dominion professor who was forced to resign after he defended as 'Minor Attracted Persons' has been hired Johns Hopkins University   
  • According to the college, the professor, 34-year-old Allyn Walker, will start work as a postdoctoral fellow for the Baltimore school on May 24
  • The center, created in 2012, bills itself as 'a research center that creates, through rigorous science, a public health approach to preventing child sexual abuse'
  • Walker, who uses they/them pronouns, was forced out of Old Dominion last November, after 15,000 signed a petition to have them removed from campus

By ALEX HAMMER FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

PUBLISHED: 13:53, 13 May 2022 | UPDATED: 14:12, 13 May 2022

 

 

The trans Old Dominion professor who was forced to resign after they defended pedophiles by saying society should refer to them as 'Minor Attracted Persons' has been hired Johns Hopkins University.

According to the college, the professor, 34-year-old Allyn Walker, will start work as a postdoctoral fellow for the Baltimore school on May 24 - at a center aimed at preventing child sexual abuse.

'We are excited to share that Allyn Walker, PhD, will be joining the Moore Center as a postdoctoral fellow on May 25,' the Moore Center for Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse said Thursday.The center, created in 2012, describes itself on its website as 'a research center that  creates, through rigorous science, a public health approach to preventing child sexual abuse.' 

Walker, who uses they/them pronouns, was forced out of Virginia's Old Dominion last November, after more than 15,000 outraged onlookers signed a petition to have them removed for the contentious remarks made by the professor that were expanded on in the 2021 book 'Long Dark Shadow: Minor Attracted People.' 

Dr. Ally Walker, the trans Old Dominion professor who was forced to resign from the school  last year after they defended pedophiles saying society should call them 'Minor Attracted Persons' has been hired by a Johns Hopkins center aimed at preventing child sexual abuse
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Dr. Ally Walker, the trans Old Dominion professor who was forced to resign from the school  last year after they defended pedophiles saying society should call them 'Minor Attracted Persons' has been hired by a Johns Hopkins center aimed at preventing child sexual abuse

According to the Baltimore college's Moore Center for Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse, the professor, 34-year-old Allyn Walker, will start work as a postdoctoral fellow on May 24
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According to the Baltimore college's Moore Center for Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse, the professor, 34-year-old Allyn Walker, will start work as a postdoctoral fellow on May 24

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Idrissa Gueye refuses to wear PSG shirt featuring rainbow symbol

By John BennettBBC World Service Sport

Last updated on18 May 202218 May 2022.From the sectionFootball

Cheikhou Kouyate Kouyate (right) and Gueye were both part of the Senegal side that won the country's first African Cup of Nations title in February

Paris St-Germain's Idrissa Gueye refused to play in a match to avoid wearing a rainbow symbol in support of LGBTQ+ rights, BBC Sport understands.

The 32-year-old former Aston Villa and Everton midfielder was absent from Saturday's 4-0 win over Montpellier.

PSG boss Mauricio Pochettino said only that Senagalese Gueye missed the game for "personal reasons".

The French Football Federation (FFF) has reportedly written to Gueye to clarify why he was absent.

BBC Sport has approached Gueye's representatives for comment.

Crystal Palace's Cheikhou Kouyate and Watford's Ismaila Sarr have posted on social media in apparent support of their Senegal team-mate's stance.

Kouyate posted a picture of himself alongside Gueye on Instagram, with a caption calling Gueye "a real man". Watford winger Sarr posted a picture of him and Gueye accompanied by three heart emojis and the caption "100%".

In response to Sarr's post, Watford reiterated their commitment to equality and diversity, adding "this includes the willingness to offer further education and support to any of its employees".

At a news conference on Wednesday, Crystal Palace boss Patrick Vieira said if his player had posted in relation to Gueye, he would speak to them. "It's going to be an in-house conversation," he added.

Homosexuality is illegal in Senegal and punishable by prison sentences of up to five years. It is also illegal in Qatar, where PSG's owners hail from and where the men's 2022 World Cup will be staged later this year.

The top Twitter trend in the world on Wednesday was #WeareallIdrissa with tweets sent to support Gueye's stance.

Gueye's stance is in contrast to the overwhelmingly positive response from football towards Blackpool's 17-year-old forward Jake Daniels coming out as gay on Monday - the first openly gay men's professional footballer in Britain since Justin Fashanu 30 years ago.

Angel di Maria and Lionel Messi French top-flight clubs wore rainbow-designed shirt numbers to show their solidarity with LGBTQ+ rights

In addition to missing Saturday's win over Montpellier, Gueye, who arrived at PSG for £30m in July 2019, missed last year's show of solidarity citing gastroenteritis, according to Le Parisien newspaper, who first reported the reason for his absence.

PSG said on Wednesday that they were "very proud to wear this shirt".

"The biggest stars of world football were on the field on Saturday and expressed the club's commitment to the fight against homophobia and all forms of discrimination," it added.

Gueye's stance has been supported by prominent politicians in Senegal.

 

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On 5/19/2022 at 10:21 AM, Premi5 said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/61492696

 

Idrissa Gueye refuses to wear PSG shirt featuring rainbow symbol

How many Sikhs in the West (if goreh let us into football, the bhainchods) would have the balls to brazenly do this? Instead, you'd have them either completely disavow Sikhi, or scour Guru Granth Sahib to dig out tenuous and obscure references that endorse LGBT behaviour.

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