09:29:45 AM Sep 3rd 2017
Could it be added that this is an extremely Discredited Trope? And maybe reword the trope description so that it doesn't sound like it's wrong for gay people to get angry over the suggestion that this trope is true?
12:19:14 PM Feb 10th 2014
Two points about Russia/n: 1. Pederast is an anti-gay slur, not an everyday word, and 2. I think Putin’s recent remarks about mixing gays and pædos (‘We don’t mind homosexuals, as long as they stay away from our children’) should be noted here somehow.
12:40:13 PM Feb 10th 2014
Real Life material is really not suitable for these tropes.
06:16:27 PM Jul 8th 2013
Hey, I actually have a legitimate addition for this, as an addendum to that Law and Order bit, in regards to the second point - The same storyline was re-done in Law & Order: UK, albeit with a single gay man. He was the victim of a severely judgemental cop back at the time of the investigation, and when the actual, heterosexual guy pleaded guilty in the end, he stands up in the back of the courtroom and applauds in self-righteous anger.
05:07:57 PM Mar 19th 2013
Think we should add to the main article the statistics (that can be easily found) that LGBTQ people actually have a smaller rate of sex crimes (proportionate to being a smaller part of society in general - as in, they have no more pedophiles or rapists as a community than heterosexual people do, and actually even less of them). This is true especially when the measurement is controlled to exclude "sex crimes" that are consensual between adults (e.g. cruising, public sex between adults, and some prostitution-related offenses, antiquated (e.g. when being gay or having sex with someone of the same sex was considered a crime in and of itself) or where the partners were within three years of each other's age (e.g. a 16/18 or 17/19 couple that, if heterosexual, would usually be covered under the Romeo and Juliet exemption). In fact, most LGBTQ people (especially transgendered people, lesbians in societies that believe in "corrective rape," and flamboyant/"feminine" gay/bisexual men in patriarchial/"macho" cultures or in interactions with men with the belief that a "girly" man must be shamed/hurt/humiliated) are more likely to be victims of rape, violent sexual assault, molestation, or sexual extortion.
08:19:18 PM Mar 5th 2013
Can a moderator please edit something in here? The article is locked so I can't "In "Miss Teacher Bangs a Boy", Kyle's baby brother, Ike, has an affair with his kindergarten teacher. Kyle finds out and goes to the police, who immediately assume that the teacher is a man. Once they find out that she's actually an attractive young woman, they stop taking the situation seriously." We need to add a note for this: The police stop taking it seriously not because they don't believe that Miss Teacher is having an affair, but rather because they believe it is "nice" and not something bad. This is a slight diversion from the trope and more along the lines of Double Standard: Rape, Female on Male.