Dr. Kincaid a professor of English is a well-known advocate for paedophilia. His work has been roundly condemned by the New York Times, The Daily Mail, several British Members of Parliament, and Michael Hames of Scotland Yard. Yet AMAZON are still selling his books!
Dr. Kincaid admittedly refers to himself as a “theoretical paedophile” and frequently uses the collective terms “we” or “us” when discussing child molesters.
Kincaid is an American academic whose studies into the sexualization of children have led him to the conclusion that all adults are secretly sexually attracted to children but use revulsion at the actions of overt paedophiles to hide their inner feelings.
“If the child is desirable, then to desire it can hardly be freakish. To maintain otherwise is to put into operation pretty hefty engines of denial and self-deception.” Kincaid wrote in his book Child-Loving: The Erotic Child and Victorian Culture. Other titles that Kincaid has written include: Erotic Innocence, The Culture of Child Molesting – Also selling on AMAZON!
The infamous organization NAMBLA (North American Man Boy Love Association) lists Dr. Kincaid as an advocate while depending on his arguments for the advancement of child abuse. The aims are clearly to normalise paedophillia in todays society and to make it acceptable. It will NEVER be acceptable, and those that think differently are largely mistaken.
This is not the first time Amazon have caused controversy regarding sales of Pro Paedophillia material. Thousands threatened to boycott AMAZON back in 2010, until another book was removed from sale by them.
Amazon stirs up controversy with sale of paedophile guide
Amazon.com, the online book retailer, is selling a self-published guide that offers advice to paedophiles.
The availability of “The Paedophile’s Guide to Love and Pleasure: a Child-lover’s Code of Conduct” calls into question whether Amazon has any procedures – or even an obligation – to vet books before they are sold in its online stores.
The title is an electronic book available for Amazon’s Kindle e-reader and the company’s software for reading Kindle books on mobile phones and computers. Amazon allows authors to submit their own works and shares revenue with them.
Amazon issues guidelines banning certain materials, including those deemed offensive. However, the company doesn’t elaborate on what constitutes offensive content, saying simply that it is “probably what you would expect.” Amazon also doesn’t promise to remove or protect any one category of books.
The author of “The Paedophile’s Guide,” listed as Philip R. Greaves II, argues that paedophiles are misunderstood, as the word literally means to love a child. The author adds that it is only a crime to act on sexual impulses toward children, and offers advice that purportedly allows paedophiles to abide by the law.