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Phelim McIntyre concerned with new APA classification of pedophilia

January 18, 2014 By: Tom Coy Category: Clinical Science, Ex-gay News

December 2, 2013

The following excerpts are from the article “The Dark Shadow of Pedophilia” written by Phelim McIntyre and published on the Voice of the Voiceless website: … “So let’s now put this together and see the possible consequences. A client is using virtual porn, so no child is being harmed, and has no shame or guilt about his or her sexual feelings. Under the new APA guidelines their pedophilic “sexual interest” does not meet the definition of a disorder so, just as Qunisey, van Lunsen, van Beek and Van Gijseghem want, the client could refuse to accept treatment for the perceived “disorder.”

With the various bans on SOCE therapy [Sexual Orientation Change Efforts], the client could even attempt to sue the therapist for attempting to force a therapy onto them that they did not want. Thanks to the “mistake” from the APA, we have now given power to the pedophile to legitimize their behaviour. Well done! (Note: a version of this article was first published at:

Phelim McIntyre, N.L.P.M.P. is a member of the Voice of the Voiceless Advisory Board. He is professional counselor and life coach specializing in issues concerning masculinity, including sexual orientation, based in the South of England. He is an ex-homosexual, having come out at the age of 13 and now overcoming SSA. He has now been straight for over 10 years.