Now see, that's a bait and switch argument. There aren't any? Not one anywhere in the world? I won't foolishly stumble into the trap of claiming that. At any time there's some crazy MD or former-MD somewhere who believes some fucked up shit. Blowing compressed CO2 up your anus will lead to increased energy. Eating a diet of Romaine lettuce will lead to increased lean body mass. Hanging from gravity boots will decrease tumors. Something.
I don't necessarily think there aren't ANY. But that's not relevant to discussing what standard medical practice is.
That would represent quite a change from the current medical consensus, which is that these surivors suffer later in life. PTSD, depression, falling grades, high crime rates, failed marriages, heart disease, yadda yadda yadda. The community of teachers, pediatricians, social workers, school administrators, nurses, PTA presidents, etc etc are all in agreement on sexual exploitation of children*. That's not something that's going to change anytime soon.
(*"And if you think there aren't any teachers" – No, I'm not going to claim there aren't any teachers, I see the news. But those fuckers get rooted out and prosecuted. Not quickly enough, but surely.)
I mean, they've always been arguing that, right? Wikipedia sez NAMBLA was founded in '78.
WTF are you talking about? How is Facebook going to convince us of anything remotely like that?
I'm beginning to suspect that you're not a parent. Are you?
Tough to expect rational counter-arguments to a hypothetical position that seems so shrill and unlikely. I don't think any of us accepts your premises. Actually I'm not sure I understand them.
Playing along, I guess my own argument would go something along the lines of, "That's counter to every longitudinal study of survivors of child sexual abuse that exists, and if you try to touch my son I'll fucking kill you." Perhaps not completely intellectual, but it will be persuasive.
Maybe you can't. The majority of society seems quite able to.