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For the first time in history the tables have turned on men. In the past "Witch-Hunt" was associated with women but now it is associated with men. In an effort to protect our children society has started to isolate men. This documentary explores the pedophilia hysteria and how all men are viewed as potential pedophiles. How did society come to such a conclusion and what are the political and social consequences? Have men really become victims of modern sexism or is the increase in sexism justified? Are All Men Pedophiles? Written by
First off: The title is just atrocious. Literally anything else would be better. Narration was weird, too. Overall, not horrible though. One of the first (only?) films that tries to address an issue we never talk about. This will be a 100% polarizing film. Some might see it as a pedo apologist documentary. Others might see it as an insight into a dark and disturbing world. It makes you think, however. What are the chances that you know a pedophile? What defines a pedophile? Are *any* of them legitimately sorry that they feel the way they feel? Is it wrong for male homo sapiens to be attracted to females entering/exiting puberty? We aren't as different from other primates as some would like to think. Why is it seemingly so common for men (and women) to abuse children? Why is more research not being done into treatment? Ignoring the problem is not going to make it go away. And the answer is not to neuter every sex offender before you shoot them in the head. Is it a coincidence that Catholic priests are repressed and deprived of adult intimacy and find an outlet in the form of child abuse? Why does basically every religion condone childhood sexuality? It clearly isn't a 21st Century problem only. The film does not even remotely hint about legalizing sexual relations with a "child." It prompts us to consider scientific facts and cultural taboos for understanding why the media has made us all afraid to discuss sexual topics and our "innocent" imagery of anyone under the age of 18.
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