tkGL, submitted by Henry Hill. Here we have a fantastic resource for sex offenders, which is something we simply don't have enough of because of society's cruel lack of understanding. This site is dedicated to the completely natural sexual attraction some classy folks have to preteen girls. You know, when I was at the same age as these young girls, I was too busy catching frogs to notice them. So maybe then it's a good thing that dangerous, foreboding, disgusting people are giving them attention. I'm sure they appreciate it and of course it's great for the self-esteem once they get past having their lives ruined.
When confronted with a site like this, I can't help but think, "What would Detective Stabler do?" Well, chances are he would take this site very seriously, disguise himself as a pedophile by wearing an anime shirt and not showering, and then go strangle a few people to death. I think that sounds like a pretty good idea, except for the anime shirt part. Seeing as how this site encourages dangerous behavior, it could surely stand to be amputated from the Internet like the gangrenous leg of a civil war soldier who stubbed his toe in the battlefield.
Featured here are the usual "it's natural and loving that I want to destroy children" ravings, as well as a class act forum sprinkled with non-pornographic pictures of young girls, a child predator's parenting diary, and so on. All and all this site is a great contribution to the Internet's overwhelming horribleness. This is why we can't have nice things.
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