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Johns Hopkins Hires Professor Who Said Adult Sexual Attraction to Children Isn't Immoral

Johns Hopkins University hired Allyn Walker, a former professor in the sociology department at Old Dominion University in Virginia. Walker’s controversial comments about adult sexual attraction to children resulted in his forced resignation from ODU last November.

The Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sex Abuse at Hopkins said that Walker would work as a postdoctoral fellow beginning on May 25.

A video of Walker explaining his thoughts on the morality of adults being sexually attracted to minors went viral.

🚨🚨🚨This non-binary assistant professor at Old Dominion University is trying to normalize the term MAP (Minor Attracted Persons) pic.twitter.com/riD6TdIt8k

— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) November 12, 2021

Washington Examiner:

“We have a tendency to want to categorize people with these kind of attractions as evil or morally corrupt,” Walker said. “But when we’re talking about non-offending MAPs, these are people who have an attraction they didn’t ask for.”

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