Yoel Roth was the head of Twitter’s safety department and policy. He chose to ban the right while leaving all sorts of pedophile related content in place. Why did he do that? Because he is likely a pedophile himself. Behold my evidence:
Here is a 2017 article where he discussed how social media can be used to influence elections and change behavior.
In his doctoral dissertation, entitled “Gay Data,” Roth argued that minors should have access to Grindr, an app that enables gay men to instantly pinpoint each other using GPS technology. “Make no mistake,” as Vice News put it, “Grindr is more about hooking up than dating. It’s basically a 24/7 theme park of sex in your immediate locale and uses geolocation to provide a location of the closest users. Roth, who is gay, noted in his paper that he was “documenting and analyzing my own use of these services.”
In one section, Roth wrote:
Grindr may well be too lewd or too hook-up-oriented to be a safe and age-appropriate resource for teenagers; but the fact that people under 18 are on these services already indicates that we can’t readily dismiss these platforms out of hand as loci for queer youth culture. Rather than merely trying to absolve themselves of legal responsibility or, worse, trying to drive out teenagers entirely, service providers should instead focus on crafting safety strategies that can accommodate a wide variety of use cases for platforms like Grindr—including, possibly, their role in safely connecting queer young adults.
Roth named Twitter as a platform that had become—and presumably, should remain—a “general-purpose” site for “connecting queer young adults.” Roth’s says that platforms should “focus on crafting safety strategies that can accommodate a wide variety of use cases,” including “their role in safely connecting queer young adults,” in an “overall queer social landscape” that “increasingly includes individuals under the age of 18,” rather than trying to “drive out” these users attempting to engage with “peers about their sexuality.”
In 2010, he wrote on Twitter: “Can high school students ever meaningfully consent to sex with their teachers?” Roth’s tweet contained a link to an article, “Student-teacher sex: When is it OK?” in Slate, a left-wing publication, about the perils and pitfalls of age of consent laws.
“Musk falsely implied in tweets that Twitter’s former head of trust and safety, Yoel Roth—who is gay—has advocated for child sexualization,” wrote Chas Danner at Intelligencer.
I don’t think it was false at all. I think that there has been a concerted effort to groom and sexualize students. When I was a teacher, we were specifically instructed to talk to high school students about the benefits of gay sex (I refused to do so) even back in 2016. There has been a nationwide push to turn children into little sex slaves.
I used to think that the entire “Q” thing was conspiracy theory bullshit. I am no longer quite so sure that it was.