NORFOLK, VA – If you want to understand the core issues that have been adversely impacting some of the younger generations, look no further than academia. There is an assistant professor at Old Dominion University who works in the sociology and criminal justice department that is actively advocating for the understanding and sympathy of pedophiles.

The individual in question is unsurprisingly a self-identifying “non-binary” individual who is a biological woman that subjected themselves to obvious hormonal treatments in an effort to somewhat appear as male in the quest of transgenderism.



Allyn Walker is an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice at Old Dominion University.

Walker is also a pedophile apologist.

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The woman had spoken with Prostasia about her new book “A Long Dark Shadow: Minor Attracted People and Their Pursuit of Dignity.”

There is an old adage that goes, “don’t judge a book by its cover,” but one should certainly judge a book by its title. And by the aforementioned title, any savvy reader would understand what they would be in store for regarding this assistant professor and author’s position regarding pedophiles.


When speaking about her book and the positions outlined within it, Walker affords a tacit approval of those that are attracted to adolescents by proclaiming that they simply can’t help it and we must be somewhat empathetic or sympathetic to their circumstances via calling them “MAPs” (Minor Attracted Persons).

“Using a term that communicates who someone is attracted to doesn’t indicate anything about the morality of that attraction. From my perspective, there is no morality or immorality attached to attraction to anyone because no one can control who they’re attracted to at all.”

While Walker proclaims that “child sexual abuse is never ever okay,” she sets the stage for asserting that simply being a pedophile isn’t exactly bad.

“Having an attraction to minors as long as it isn’t acted on doesn’t mean that the person who has those attractions is doing something wrong. I think we have a tendency to want to categorize people with these attractions as evil or morally corrupt. But when we’re talking about non-offending MAPS, these are people who have an attraction that they didn’t ask for.”

While Walker is technically accurate in noting that an individual that is, for whatever reason, predisposed to having an attraction to adolescents isn’t actively doing something “wrong” by way of committing harm– she’s also defending such individuals from having to acknowledge that their degenerate inclinations are abhorrent and should be rebuked.

“Stigma against MAPs is a problem, in part because it makes MAPs think that they’re monsters. That’s really problematic in terms of MAP well-being. It’s really hard to cope when you think you’re a terrible person because you have attractions that you can’t change. But it’s also hugely problematic because when MAPs get the impression that they’re destined to commit an offense against a child, they might not realize that it’s a choice that they have and that there’s help out there if they feel some kind of temptation to commit an offense.”


This rationale signals the enigma of “are monsters born or bred?” – which is nothing more than an apologetic copout for predatory behavior. This line of thinking rings reminiscent of those that may clamor about an individual who endured various abuses and hardships and then commits atrocities toward unaffiliated parties.

It’s a sort of self-serving turnabout rhetoric employed to either be apologetic or excusive of deplorable and harmful behaviors.

These are the sort of people in universities tasked with educating on your dime – teaching young adults that one should be understanding of pedophiles. Frankly, some people should be ostracized for their proclivities even if they haven’t acted upon them – yet.