He didn't do me any harm

In an autobiographical work the assassinated extreme right-wing politician Pim Fortuyn reports of intimate experiences with men when he was a child.

Source: Article ‘Fortuyn favoured depraved’; The Scotsman; 12 May 2002

In 1998, Fortuyn published an autobiographical work called Babyboomers, the name given to children born in the post-war years up to 1953. He reveals that he had early sexual experiences with adult males, which he claims to have found pleasurable and exciting. His logic is that because he enjoyed sexual experiences with adult men as a child, it should be legal. Fortuyn’s first experience occurred when he was five years old. […] A few pages later, he describes another incident[.] […] “He didn’t do me any harm. On the contrary, he showed me something that was incomprehensibly exciting and I could feel and touch it, but today we are ready to interfere with complete teams of professionals. By interfering in such an irritating and grown-up way in the world of children, we make an enormous problem of something that for a child is no problem at all and is only exciting.”