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This is a of a film about women pedophiles, consisting of interviews with Michele Elliott, writer, psychologist and founder of the charity Kidscape, and a certain Simon, psychologist and writer whose last name is not mentioned.
I think this film is important, primarily because we cannot form a healthy society until we stop sacralizing and exalting the role of "MATTER." Until we stop justifying the tactics and actions done to each of us by our parents and especially our mothers, and regard them as expressions of "love. And we will not begin to see parents (especially mothers) as people just like ourselves, with an enormous amount of pain, protection, fear, self-deception, a desire to suppress and self-gratification.
It is impossible to be a healthy human being without this. And this film seems to be about some extreme, horrible, disgusting actions of mothers and women in relation to their children, but it's not about us! When we were children, in our families, everything was normal (we repeat it like a mantra).
But in reality these actions are just an expression of the conviction that a small child is the property of his parents, that his parents have a copyright on him, he is indebted to them (especially to his mother, because she put him through such tortures to push us through her vagina, this is heroic work, I agree, a feat). The conviction that a small child is a dumb animal with no feelings and no right to autonomy and to the outpouring of his will.
And beyond that, what actions come out of this-physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, and blackmail-does it really matter anymore?