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    More Proof That Netflix Is a Pedophile Operation: Show Creator Admits to Stalking, Lusting over 14-Year-Old Boy

    Updated: September 6, 2019 at 11:59 pm EST  See Comments

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    porno and pornography. The word in Scripture refers to any illicit sexual activity, and this would have to include the abhorrent acts of a pedophile—including the gathering and trading of obscene or indecent pictures of young children. People who use this type of pornography usually graduate from looking to actually doing, bringing great harm to children. Fornication is among the “lusts of the flesh” (Galatians 5:16–21) and among the evil things that come from the heart of a man apart from God (Mark 7:21–23).

    Pedophiles share the characteristic of being “without natural affection” (Romans 1:312 Timothy 3:2). The phrase “without natural affection” is translated from one Greek word, which means “inhuman, unloving, and unsociable.” One without natural affection acts in ways that are against the social norm. This would certainly describe a pedophile.

    The creator of a popular Netflix cartoon series for children has been outed for a post she once shared on her Tumblr account detailing how she stalked and lusted over a 14-year-old boy she spotted at a local fair.

    Julia Vickerman, the mind behind Twelve Forever, tagged the now-deleted Tumblr post with the hashtag #pedophilia, and proceeded to describe the child object of her affections as a:

    “… beautiful androgynous long black-haired emo 14-year-old boy wearing tight black pants and a black t-shirt emblazoned with the name of some band that probably sucks and his lip-injected fake-red-haired mother who looked like a washed-up rockstar.”

    Demonstrating once again that the Netflix streaming service is a magnet for perverts, Vickerman went on to reveal that

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