Ruwart seems concerned that government laws prohibiting child pornography and child prostitution aren't working, and that the way they're being enforced is making things worse. She seems to have said what she said out of a healthy suspicion that the state usually fails to protect children when it tries to do so; out of the need to point out the problem and draw attention to the fact that we might need a back-up plan in case the government fails or refuses to do its job.
Post-Script, written February 23rd, 2020:
Sean Windingland is a libertarian who lives in Minnesota and is active on YouTube. In late 2019, Sean Windingland, or a friend of his, posted a video to Facebook which showed Windingland talking to his 6-year-old daughter, coaxing her into saying that she no longer consented to him making her touch his penis. Soon after, the libertarian community on Facebook discovered that Windingland had been a friend of Jake McCauley.
I personally suspect that Sean Windingland's association with McCauley suggests that Windingland may have learned from McCauley, how to twist libertarian logic to promote pedophilia. McCauley taught Windingland - and, likely, the other of McCauley's other libertarian friends whom are pedophiles - how to convince others that, not only "anything consensual is acceptable", but also that children can consent.
Windingland likely used this twisted line of logic to both rape his young daughters and pervert the philosophy of liberty to justify endangering children. The probability that McCauley influenced him, ought to serve to demonstrate that the influence of people like McCauley and Vohra on others in the party, should not be underestimated in terms of the hazard it could do to the morality of people in the libertarian movement.
Click here to read Arvin Vohra's article criticizing age of consent laws:
Click here to read Jake McCauley's article criticizing the age of consent:
Click here to read about Sean Windingland:
Edited on January 23rd, 2018
Edited and Expanded on January 19th, 21st, 25th, and 26th, 2018
Original Images (Memes) Created Between January 21st and 23rd,
and Added on January 23rd, 2018
except Second to Last Meme, Created and Added on July 17th, 2018,
and Final Meme, Created and Added on March 28th, 2019
Jake McCauley Screenshots Created between 2017 and March 2019;
Screenshots and Photos of McCauley Added on March 22nd and 27th, 2019
Links Added on March 22nd, 2019
Post-Script Written and Added on February 23rd, 2020