Sweet taste of vindication, It turns to ashes in your mouth.—Megadeth
I finally got a response from a Blogsome admin. about the pedophile blog I told you about…
I’m away on vacation and almost didn’t open your mail as it might have been spam. I’m glad I did. While I haven’t looked at the blog you mention below, I have asked my team in Dublin to deal with the matter. Obviously we abhor anything along the lines of paedophilia and will delete such blogs as soon as they come to our attention.
Thanks for your email.
I checked to see if the blog in question is still there but it is not. So it’s a bittersweet victory. On one hand, it’s good that there is one less avenue for a pedophile to engage in his sickening habit. On the other hand, it goes against everything that we’ve been told by Mike Schuler.
At least we know Blogsome cares about kids.
Steve Huff is at it again. Shining the light of justice into the darkest corners of the internet. Man did that sound cheesy. I kind of sounded like The Tick just then. Anyway, Steve has discovered some more blogs run by pedophiles. This time from the host Blogsome. Here’s a snippet from the blog in question…
Boylove is about unselfishness, our own feelings come after our young friend’s feelings and we are there to help them, to give them somebody to talk to, a mature and responsible figure to admire and look up to. Many boylovers participate in mentoring programs and such because we only want to help. We would not want to do anything detrimental to a boy’s health, but rather aid his development. The common myth that a boylover is a man lurking around the playground with pockets full of candy is wrong. There are more boylovers out there than you think: teachers, doctors, lawyers, politicians…
Of course, I’m not going to link to the actual blog but trust me, I’ve seen it and it disgusted me. The guy even has pictures of little boys in bathing suits on his blog.
Hopefully, since Blogsome is based in Ireland they actually will take steps to do something about it because I know the Irish people have a low tolerance for this kind of thing.
Still no word from Xanga.