String fullTitle = "Peter Sotos";
int postNumber = "11914356";
String image = "744B126C-FF62-41DC-9CA8-2ABC1C25EDE6.jpg";
String date = "10/11/18(Thu)00:14:26";
String comment = "I’ve got a few questions about this guy, but the thread is also open to a general discussion of his work.
So, I’ve read extensively about him and his work, but I haven’t yet consumed it. I wanted to do this because I wanted to know if reading his stuff was worth my time. I’m not going to read 200 pages of someone trying to convince me that child abuse is a good thing. But after hearing people talk about him, I still have no idea what his stance is. Some people say he’s a straight up pedophile but others say he’s making a fantastic analysis and critique of how society views and handles the problem of child abuse. If it’s the latter, then by all means, I’d love to hear what he has to say. But is it somewhere in between? The reviews of his books are always just “wew lad, that’s heavy”, and one person has even told me they’ve read all of his books and still don’t know exactly how he feels or what his intentions are.
My next question: if he isn’t a pedophile, where’s a good place to start with his books? I’d prefer to not be too fucking scared by his descriptions, so if there’s a book that’s more analysis than just events, I think that’d be best.
Anything else you guys care to share about him?";