The pattern of sexual politics: feminism, homosexuality and pedophilia
At this point there is a pre-debate. Dominant groups deny that there is anything to discuss, asserting that existing arrangements are self-evident and intuitively good, usually claiming that they reflect nature and a natural order. Dissenters are dismissed as "radical," "crazy," "evil," or "cult" figures. [...]
"Attempts to counter negative propaganda with more realistic information generally meet with censorship, and there are continuous ideological struggles over which representations of sexual communities make it into the mainstream media."
source: 'The Pattern of Sexual Politics: Feminism, Homosexuality and Pedophilia' by Harris Mirkin; www.ipce.info/ipceweb/Library/mirkin_text.htm; Journal of Homosexuality; Vol. 37, No. 2; 1999