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DPeterson edited Wikipedia from -- to --.

A random series of edits are given below. They all seem to be good: removing biased or entirely incorrect edits intended to promote paedophilia. So why was this editor banned from Wikipedia?

Peterson's edits

Revision as of 21:16, 22 June 2007 REMOVES "In most cases the war against so known "pedophiles" is expression of pathological tendencies such as misopaedie."

[1] ADDS the bold "other more current studies have found an independent association of child sexual abuse with adverse psychological outcomes."

[2] REMOVES bold 'Pedophilia' is classified as a psychiatric disorder."

[3] adds anti-paedophile link

[4] RESTORES "==Criticism== + Criticism usually centers on the methods used by activists, such as Perverted Justice's 'outing' of individuals who solicit minors for sex online - since in some cases they get the identities wrong and target unrelated individuals." COMMENT "restore version by Will B".

[5] REVERTS TO "However, based on the DSM criteria for Pedophilia as a mental illness, nearly all child molesters meet the criteria for Pedophilia."

[6] REMOVES the bold. 'Pedophilia' is a psychiatric disorder. A person who fits its diagnostic criteria experiences intense, recurring, sexually arousing fantasies or urges toward a child, or engages in sexual activities with a child for period of at least six months." Note this was a revert TO a version by another user who was also blocked for anti-paedophile editing. The paedophile message board also gleefully refers to the blocking.

[7] REMOVES the bold. "Some psychologists believe that, based on the DSM criteria for Pedophilia as a mental illness, nearly all child molesters meet the criteria for Pedophilia. It should be noted, however, that this claim is not supported by the majority of psychologists."

[8] REMOVES the bold "The term early childhood may cover up through ages four, five, or six, (although these traits may be found in children as young as they learn to talk) depending on the focus of the particular researcher or commentator."