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Pedophiles at Prague Pride 2017

Posted by Google Translator on 2017-September-18 15:27:59, Monday

Prague Pride 2017 - Tolerance and respect? For organizers, apparently just plain words

The theme of this year's Prague Pride festival was tolerance and respect. How they wrote in their press release on the official website www.PraguePride.cz (download here):

"Prague Pride 2017, however, wants to point out the difference between the mere tolerance and the respect that all human beings deserve without distinction."

The ČEPEK community has already participated in this festival for the fifth time in its very conclusion - at the ceremony of Prague. In recent years, the group of volunteers focused mainly on distributing leaflets with brief information on pedophilia, and links to NejenHomo.cz (a community website created directly for Prague Prade needs) and Pedofilie-info.cz (the main and information website serving as "headquarters" the CEPEK community itself and its members, as well as help for unconscious pedophiles who still flinch in their sexuality, for the public who has met this subject with their family members, partners, friends, friends, or just in the media, and feels the need learn more). Leaflets can be viewed here (version 1) and here (version 2).

Responses to leaflets have always been different - some people have been more tolerant, humorous, other leaflets squeezed and fired. In the past, several community members came to the police department where they had to explain why they handed out these leaflets and what the purpose of these brochures was, but this year's disproportionate response came directly from the Prague Pride festival organizers.

As we waited for the opening of the procession, we listened for a long minute to a transgender speaker who said that we should treat ourselves positively that Prague Pride is a festival of tolerance and love that we should like and not be cruel to others. As it turned out later, these words did not appear to be all.

We started leaflets on Václávské Square when the procession began to move. The response of the people who received the leaflet was most positive (they mostly laughed). One of the foreign organizers, however, began to bother us directly during the procession. He first came to one volunteer and pulled a leaflet out of his hand. The volunteer then went on a parade and tried to avoid a conflict, although she and some of the other volunteers noticed that the "organizer in the pink shirt" was trying to find the volunteer.

Once he found another volunteer from the CEPEK ranks who handed out leaflets, his leaflets pulled him out of his hand and tore them. When the rest of the group subsequently tried to continue the deal, he demanded the English language to give up and give it to them without telling us why we should do so and what we are doing in violation of our actions. After our futile effort, when we tried to explain that we were not promoting anything wrong, three volunteers from our group (not pedophiles, but "external" collaborators - two young ladies and men, who devoted themselves to the professional level) began pursuing to prevent them from distributing leaflets.

He stood right behind the backs of two young women or rather a lady who did not feel comfortable in his presence, on the contrary, they were afraid of the conflict. It was unpleasant to have them pressed by touching them or wiping them many times. When the situation was intolerable, one of the volunteers decided to ask for help near the standing patrol of the Police. This patrol of three police officers read a leaflet, letting us explain our intention, and then give us the truth - the man asked us to stop bothering and persecuting us, while instructing him that he could not come to us and leaflets to tear us apart. The police have called on us to move away from the aggressive organizer.

As soon as we literally ran away from him, and he was released by the police, he began to persecute us before he even stuck to us again despite the police order to let us alone. At the bridge towards Letná he saw another organizer who spoke Czech. One of the volunteers brought him to explain it to her.

This Czech organizer was a bit more friendly and definitely acted more human than his colleague. There were words about the fact that he understood us a little, but that the distribution of the Prague leaflets was forbidden by a decree. This was the first time somebody told us that kind of information. An aggressive English organizer instead of trying to explain to us why we should stop giving the leaflets, sticking to the heels and responding to our efforts to communicate English with "I do not give a shit".

So when the Czech organizer told us that it was forbidden by Prague itself, we decided - even though it seemed unfair to us that other people distributing other leaflets were not warned - to give up leaflets. The Czech organizer added that they (Prague Pride) do not want to be reminded of this topic and that it would be better if we did not go to Prague Pride. At the same time, he also warned his English colleague to leave us alone.

However, his English colleague did not pay attention to him, as he "stuck to his heels" and continued with us (or not quite right behind us) below the stairs at Letna, where we stopped for a moment to discuss this situation. At this moment, the English organizer himself accepted a leaflet with a smile from the passerby, without warning that it was forbidden in Prague. When the organizer stopped having fun chatting around us, when it seemed like we were not going anywhere, without our permission, some of us began to take pictures of the mobile. After picking up several pictures, he picked up and left.

This unfair and inappropriate behavior by the Prague Pride organizers, when the pedophile sexual minority literally oppressed the freedom of speech and the right to freely disseminate information (because otherwise it can not be interpreted if only leaflets informing about pedophilia are concerned, but other leaflets do not matter), we consider them huge tread. We accepted this by rejecting our offerings with pedophilia lectures without complaining but bullying us only on the basis of what we are and that we are trying to help - it has much to do with this Prague Pride theme - tolerance and respect.


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