Thursday, May 04, 2006

Seattle Government Promotes Child Pornography?

The Seattle Silly Council heard a protest from a citizen concerned about the city's web site being used to advertise a play about an adult lesbian woman seducing and under-aged teenage girl (9th listing on schedule).
D'Anne Mount, spokeswoman for the city's information technology department, said any group can post on that site "as long as it's not directly commercial in nature, doesn't advertise or directly promote illegal activities and is not derogatory or abusive."
So, it's not blatantly illegal for an adult woman to have sex with a teenage girl? Huh? Things are pretty twisted in Seattle, but I didn't know it was that bad. I mean, isn't this a form of child pornography? See the celebration of getting 'em out of the horrors of heterosexuality early here.

Imagine the uproar from Seattle's gender feminists if a play celebrating a 30 year old man's seduction of a teenage girl were advertised in the city's web site. We'd never hear the end of it.

By the way, in case you are not yet convinced of the wholy unnatural nature of heterosexual relationships, you can check out the "Kathy and Mo Show: Parallel Lives" at the Capital Hill Arts Center. It's a feminist play, which "consists of hilarious scenes exploring the plight of women and the pandemonium that ensues when the two sexes try to get together." Yes, the pandemonium of mixing the sexes, versus the utter normalcy of adults seducing children.


Blogger The Geezer said...

Hey Iggy--
Great post, but I believe the site you mention is the Visitors and Convention Bureau, which is NOT a municipally owned site.


5/05/2006 08:12:00 AM  

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