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Twitter defends gross “little girls are kinky” tweet by Alok Vaid-Menon

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People are getting banned for calling out trans activist Alok Vaid-Menon tweet saying that “little girls are kinky” and should be sexualised.

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A tweet with an image of trans activist and writer Alok Vaid-Menon alongside a very predatory tweet is trending on Twitter. Instead of deleting the offending tweet they are banning anyone who challenges it.

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An old comment from the know well-known trans activist and writer Alok Vaid-Menon has resurfaced on Twitter and a lot of people are repulsed.

“These days the narrative is that transgender people will come into bathrooms and abuse little girls,” Alok posted on Facebook under his alias Darkmatter over 5 years ago.

Alok continues: “I believe in the radical notion that little girls are complicated people. There are no fairy tales and no princess here. Little girls are trans, queer, kinky, devious, kind, mean, beautiful, ugly, tremendous and peculiar.”

Alok Vaid-Menon identifies as a trans straight female and thinks little girls are kinky.

“Your kids aren’t as straight and narrow as you think they are. Like everybody else, I’ve been a cute little girl,” Alok added before insinuating that he had intercourse with adults when he was a child.

The original quote also goes onto attack heteronormative standards and Christian and patriarchal views of sexuality. Alok Vaid-Menon explains that the film classic horror film The Exorcist, if viewed through non-cis, non-conservative, and non-religious eyes is simply a coming of age movie of a little girl.

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Darkmatter aka Alok Vaid-Menon says little girls are kinky from experience on full quote.

“From another perspective the young little girl was really exploring her sexuality (masturbation and so on) and her demons/meanness … girls aren’t innocent little flowers that are corrupted,” Alok says in quote before comparing them to sexually active women.

Alok has experienced little girl sexuality.

Alok’s statement is terrifyingly similar to comments often made by pedophiles who excuse their crimes by projecting their own perversions on the minors they are abusing. A lot of people see the red flags in this comment and have lashed out on Twitter. Sadly, Twitter are supporting Alok’s comments.

A conservative woman and republican politician, Lauren Witzke, of Delaware USAQ simply retweeted the Alok Vaid-Menon’s quote with the caption “demonic” and she was immediately and permanently suspended from Twitter for hate speech.

Lauren Witzke permanently banned of Twitter for calling predator quote “demonic.”

Despite being previously verified as a politician on the platform Twitter didn’t even warn her by locking her out off her account for a few hours and giving her a chance to delete her tweet. She’s permanently banned.

Woman banned for calling quote “demonic”.

A memo reportedly circulating Twitter states that the term “pedophile(s)” is considered hate speech and saying that “Minor-Attracted Person (MAP)” is a gender and a protected class.

“The term ‘pedophile’ should not be used when referring to child abusers because not all minor attracted people abuse kids,” a spokesperson for CNN was reportedly heard saying.

This isn’t the first time that big tech has come under fire for protecting child predators on their platforms either.

Late last month The Courier Mail published an article which was on the frontpage of their printed edition calling Mark Zuckerberg the “most callous man in the world.”

Big tech defending predators.

The news articles explains that Facebook is planning a change which will allow pedophiles on Messenger service to escape detection and that Australian police will lose up to 20,000 tip-offs a year about suspected child abuse.

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The Courier Mail slams Facebook and Zuckerberg.

Facebook argued that they value the privacy of all its users but they were immediately called out because they’ve reportedly been handing out sensitive information to the CIA as well as selling it to commercial bidders.

Both Facebook and Twitter have also suspended and reported people to the authorities for talking about anti-lockdown protests in their private messages.

Despite his very dangerous remarks around the sexual development of minors, the controversial 20-year-old trans activists still has a voice on Twitter and Facebook and is even published on multiple mainstream news sites.

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