LGBTQ Cult: Connecticut Now Attempting To Follow Minnesota In Making Pedophiles A Legally ‘Protected’ Group

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(PJ Media) PJ Media has previously reported that the Democrat-controlled Minnesota legislature considered changing the legal definition of “sexual orientation” by removing the clause that excluded pedophilia as a sexual orientation protected by the state’s anti-discrimination laws.

This sparked outrage as it raised concerns that pedophiles could be recognized as a protected group, so the language was restored. But it was recently removed again by the Minnesota Senate.


The author of the bill is Rep. Leigh Finke (D-St. Paul), a man who identifies as transgender. I’d like to believe that this radical leftist is an aberration and that his use of the LGBTQ cause as a shield to gradually normalize pedophilia is an isolated incident. But, it’s not.

Connecticut Democrats are also updating their state’s anti-discrimination laws, and are similarly expanding the definition of “sexual orientation” in a way that would effectively include pedophilia.

Current Connecticut law defines sexual orientation as being limited to “heterosexuality, homosexuality or bisexuality, having a history of such preference or being identified with such preference.” It excludes any behavior that is a violation of Part VI of chapter 952 the Connecticut General Statutes, which includes a variety of sex crimes, including pedophilia and bestiality.

According to the Family Institute of Connecticut, “The new definition (as amended) of ‘sexual orientation’ changes in 2 big ways. It becomes untethered from ‘heterosexuality, homosexuality or bisexuality’ and instead ties to ‘identity’. Second, it now includes identities whose underlying behavior would be a sex crime.”

Here’s how the proposed new definition reads:

“Untied from the orientations of ‘heterosexuality, homosexuality or bisexuality’ the law will be changed to prevent discrimination of any ‘identity.’ Identities related to any romantic, emotional or sexual attraction towards a gender,” explains Leslie Wolfgang of the Family Institute of Connecticut. “Even people with sexual attractions like pedophilia and nepiophilia [sexual attraction to infants] would be protected from discrimination. Protected even though the associated behavior would be criminal per CGS 53a-73a.”

Wolfgang dismisses the idea that the bill only protects discrimination based on gender-based attraction, since all people have a gender.

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