I think pedophiles are the most vile of humans and it’s pretty disturbing how they “lurk among us”. I’ve always felt that they could secretly identify one another and it appears they do have a secret language. The language is derived from those everyday symbols we see and think nothing of. One blogger took a really deeper look at this subject and apparently, pedophiles like to peep his website. This is what one pervert said with a great deal of pride;
We do not adhere strictly to the shapes you posted. We can modify them slightly and still recognize other girl and boy lovers. I am sure you have seen the new necklace designed by Jane Seymour. You probably have a pendant of your own. The ladies like them. So do little girls and little girl lovers. When asked about mine and why I wear a bit of woman’s jewelry, I say it is a reminder of my dead wife and child. Don’t you know, people don’t like talking to widowers because it is a sore subject. They would rather change the subject fast, and so I escape further prying into my necklace that signals other girl lovers that I am a GL. For my BL attraction, I don the wiccan triple knot. I know too of GLs who use the Roxy surfer girl heart logo and BLs who use the pagan vaulknot. These are both variations of the GL heart logo and the BL triangle logo but the public will never know the difference. “
And here’s the Jane Seymour necklace he was referring to:
I’m thinking; “it’s better to know than to not know” especially after the disturbing case of the Penn State pervert. Start asking tough questions of the people you leave your children with and keep your eyes open for the symbols that they use to communicate with each other. I don’t like their cockiness and the fact that they are lurking around this guys’ website is a trip! Check out “The Ultimate Evil” for a very informative website on this serious topic. Understanding their language may just spare or save the next child so there’s no time for fear.
And seriously parents– you have got to start teaching the young ones about strangers in a much more effective way. I’m alarmed by how many times I’ve seen a program where the kid walks away with or opened the door to perfect strangers. How is it that we (my siblings and me) knew better but generations later, that’s still a problem? It may sound corny but we were taught to yell as loud as we could; “this is not my mommy or daddy” if a stranger ever tried to grab us. It was a pretty effective way to remember in our little minds because we thought it was cool that we were given permission to yell, in fact scream at an adult!! Be creative. I simply can’t believe “today’s parents” haven’t developed a way to communicate the importance of staying away from strangers without instilling fear. Somehow, our parents managed to achieve both.