Not a conspiracy theory: Groomers really do want to sexualize our children

By Jonathon Van Maren

When people tell you who they are, believe them. When people tell you what they are doing and what they want, believe them. 

As noted in an essay for The European Conservative last year, the term “groomer,” when applied to the sexual revolutionaries who wish to inculcate their ideology in children, is not a slur. The sexualization of children was the explicitly stated goal of the early sexual revolutionaries—only the social conservative backlash of the 1980s temporarily stopped them. Now, with everything from explicit, how-to sex education to drag queen events for kids, they have picked up where they left off. 

Conservative activist Christopher Rufo has recently exposed another example of this: 

The long-haired fellow with painted blue sparkly fingernails is Columbia-affiliated queer theorist C.A. Conrad, who uses the pronouns “they/them” and has, Rufo noted, been “lauded by prestigious universities, with teaching positions, fellowships, and lectureships at Columbia, Brown, UMass, Wheaton, Bates, Evergreen State, and other prestigious institutions. Intellectual corruption all the way down.” Rufo explained the background of “queer theory”:

Conrad was open about why he was reaching out to children. 


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