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SICK: Liberal Professor Proudly Declares Nothing Wrong With Adult-Child Sex!


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Stop asking how low and sick Liberals can get…they seem to be taking it as a challenge.

The latest?

An absolutely sick and perverted far-left College Professor who proudly declares over and over that he thinks there is absolutely nothing wrong with adult-child sex.

Yes, you read that right.

Let’s let him speak in his own words:

More here…

He thinks a minor consenting to sex is no different than playing a kickball game.

Unreal:

He even proudly writes about it:

Oh and if that’s not bad enough, he also finds time to write about why we should not respect Veterans:

Oh this guy is a real piece of work!

He thinks adult-child sex can’t really be said to be good or bad:

And it wasn’t just one isolated incident.

Here is another:

And another:

And perhaps worst of all?

To it’s credit, the school issued this statement today:

We’ll wait to see what they do about it.

Why they would not FIRE HIM ON THE SPOT is unclear to me.

Fox News is even on the story:

A State University of New York at Fredonia professor is under review after video clips surfaced of him on social media defending pedophilia.

“Imagine that an adult male wants to have sex with a 12-year-old girl. Imagine that she’s a willing participant. A very standard, very widely held view is there’s something deeply wrong about this. And it’s wrong independent of it being criminalized,” Fredonia philosophy professor Stephen Kershnar says in a clip posted to Twitter Tuesday.

“It’s not obvious to me that is in fact wrong. I think this is a mistake. And I think that exploring why it’s a mistake will tell us not only things about adult-child sex and statutory rape, but also about fundamental principles of morality,” he said.

The clips appear to be from a YouTube video posted on Jan. 30 to the account “Brain in a Vat,” which publishes “thought experiments and discussions with philosophers.”

SUNY Fredonia President Stephen Kolison condemned the video, which has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times on Twitter, Tuesday evening.

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“SUNY Fredonia is aware of a video posted online involving one of its professors,” the statement read. “The views expressed by the professor are reprehensible and do not represent the values of SUNY Fredonia in any way, shape or form. They are solely the professor’s views. The matter is being reviewed,” Kolison wrote in the statement.

Stephen Kershnar is a distinguished teaching professor in the philosophy department at the State University of New York at Fredonia and an attorney. He focuses on applied ethics and political philosophy. Kershnar has written one hundred articles and book chapters on such diverse topics as abortion, adult-child sex, hell, most valuable player, pornography, punishment, sexual fantasies, slavery, and torture.
Stephen Kershnar is a distinguished teaching professor in the philosophy department at the State University of New York at Fredonia and an attorney. He focuses on applied ethics and political philosophy. Kershnar has written one hundred articles and book chapters on such diverse topics as abortion, adult-child sex, hell, most valuable player, pornography, punishment, sexual fantasies, slavery, and torture. (State University of New York at Fredonia )
Additional clips of Kershnar show him saying “the notion that it’s wrong [to have sexual relations] even with a one-year-old, it’s not quite obvious to me.” He pointed out that in “at least one culture,” there are reports of grandmothers allegedly “fellating their baby boys to calm them down when they’re colicky.”

He also compared children consenting to sex to playing sports like kickball or preparing for their Bar Mitzvah.

“So there’s all sorts of things that [children] will, you might think, ‘well, maybe there’s something distinct about sex and they can’t really understand it.’ It’s not clear to me that what they’re not getting at is consent.”

“There’s lots of activities that children engage in that they don’t understand all that well. For example, when you, when you first show up to participate in a Judo tournament, or you prepare for your Bar Mitzvah,” he said.

Here’s more, from NewsBreak:

In the clips, Kershnar goes on to say: “One is even if you are looking for a threshold. Let’s say there’s a threshold. I’m making this number up, but let’s say it’s at age 8. Still, that tells you that some adult sex is permissible.

“Second, the notion that it’s wrong even with a 1-year-old is not quite obvious to me,” he says.

“There are reports in some cultures of grandmas fellating their baby boys to calm them down if they’re colicky,” the professor continues, according to the Post Millennial. “I don’t know if this is true but this is sort of widely reported as occurring in at least a foreign culture — and it working, that the grandmas believe that this actually works,” Kershnar continues.

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SUNY Fredonia released a statement in response to the controversial video.

“If this were to be true, and again, I don’t know it to be true, if this were to be true, it’s hard to see what would be wrong with it,” he adds.

Kershnar then makes the odd comparison of youngsters taking part in athletic activities and preparing for their bar and bat mitzvahs.

“They might think that children can’t be willing things in general. It’s an odd view in that they seem to will things all the time. They will participation in kickball. They will showing up and participating in bar mitzvah lessons, bat mitzvah lessons,” he says.

“You might think that, well, maybe there’s something distinct about sex that they can’t really understand it. It’s not clear to me that what they’re not getting at is consent,” Kershnar goes on.

Kershnar has taught at SUNY Fredonia for over two decades.

“I suspect that what they want to say is that they’re willing participants, they’re voluntary participants. They have some understanding of what is going on. Not the understanding we do, but some understanding. But they haven’t consented. Perhaps that’s so, but that’s a different claim from them being unwilling,” he says.

“There’s a lot of activities that children engage in that they don’t understand all that well. For example, when you first show up to participate in a judo tournament or when you prepare for your bar mitzvah. You have a rough idea, but it’s not clear how much you fully understand it,” he adds.



 

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