- 1412 - Cauchon. Isn't that French for .... - On this date Joan of Arc was born. Around the age of twelve she began to hear the voices that she took to be divine communications. Shortly thereafter she took a vow of perpetual virginity. While still a teen, she rallied and led the French army in battle against the English. At the age of 19 she was burned at the stake for heresy in part for her cross dressing, a habit she took up to help protect her virgin purity. Her opponents found it hard to believe that she really was being communicated with directly by God. Pedos found it even harder to believe that a teen girl could have spent so much time with a bunch of soldiers and not got laid regularly.
- 1925 - Pervert or artist? How about both? - On this date Edward Weston printed nude photos of the genitals of a preadolescent boy named Neil. The next day he wrote of this work, "Printing of yesterday yielded five more prints, the most pleasing, another nude of Neil, though I must say that I am not happy with the rendering of deep black in the white stock, which seems to solarize more easily than the buff. The deepest blacks are not clean--they have a chemical quality--yet Neil's whitest of white bodies should be printed on white." For decades his work was considered artistic masterpieces. In the most recent years his work has come under fire by those who only see pedo perversions where others saw art.
- 2002 - The suck heard 'round the world - On this date The Boston Globe published a series that revealed that the Archdiocese of Boston had shuttled defrocked priest John Geoghan from parish to parish over the course of several decades, despite having extensive evidence that he was sexually abusing children. Thew series led to the explosion of the pedo priest scandals, which had already started to become news a few months earlier. Ultimately Cardinal Law, archbishop of Boston, resigned as a result of the scandal.
- Author unknown. "This Day In Pedo History: January 6", 2003. Retrieved on 3-10-15.