IRS allows pro-pedophile organization to have non-profit status

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Last year, Old Dominion University placed Allyn Walker on administrative leave after a chat with the Prostasia Foundation in which he claimed that being sexually interested in children isn’t necessarily wrong. Walker’s book about “Minor-Attracted People and Their Pursuit of Dignity” is typical of the efforts to excuse pedophilia that are promoted by the Prostasia Foundation.

And Old Dominion University apparently has higher standards than the IRS.

While the IRS has targeted a variety of Christian and conservative nonprofits, including Christians Engaged in 2021, the Prostasia Foundation continues to enjoy nonprofit status.

Prostasia claims that it serves “children and youth” and “victims of crime and abuse”.

Its idea of serving children and child abuse victims was protesting guidelines banning child …

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