Talk:FBI document reviews symbols used by pedophiles
I received the initial "leak: from a member of Wikileaks, thorugh my wikinewsie e-mail account. I forwarded the relative document through email@example.com. DragonFire1024 (Talk to the Dragon) 05:57, 14 November 2007 (UTC)
- The BLogo, GLogo and CLogo are public symbols of pride, and one can't be arrested for their use. Being a paedophile is not a crime. IdiotVictim 06:11, 18 November 2007 (UTC)
You can't trust Wikileaks as a reliable source! I am sure anyone could put something on there. Contralya 08:56, 14 November 2007 (UTC)
- But isn't there a line of conduct? I mean, Wikinews is about confirmed events in the world and it's content is closely controlled. Wikileak is something anyone can put stuff on, say that it is real, and no-one would dispute the content in the way wikipedia or wikinews is in order to keep with guidelines. Wikileak is an unreliable source for an article... Contralya 10:37, 14 November 2007 (UTC)
Not really 'exposed'
These logos are not some sort of secret underground symbol as the article seems to imply. Do a Google image search for childlove, girlove, or boylove and you'll find them awfully easily.
- lol, just the google cache I want on my computer...I'll take your word for it ;) Sherurcij 22:17, 14 November 2007 (UTC)
- Heck they were on Wikipedia up until the big "pedo purge", actually, the "GLove" symbol is still there. --TUFKAAP 23:29, 15 November 2007 (UTC)
- You've got a good point, these aren't exactly secret, when I investigate these networks they're posted all over the place. Sherurcij, you don't really have anything to be afraid of, having a site in your cache isn't problematic if there's no illegal pics, which I don't think there are any on those forums.
Triangles and hearts
One thing that's confusing about these symbols is that triangles are for boys and hearts for girls... okay... but for the butterfly symbol, it is created out of hearts. Shouldn't it be created out of 2 hearts and 2 triangles by merging the symbols or something? It seems pretty inconsistant with the prior ones. Not to mention, since they use 'love' rather than 'abuse' in their lingo, it seems biased to say that the butterfly represents child abusers. Not everyone who uses it necessarily has abused someone. Tyciol (talk) 01:19, 10 August 2008 (UTC)
Most are not child abusers
"The last logo, 'The ChildLover logo' (CLogo), "resembles a butterfly and represents non-preferential gender child abusers," added the document."