The early 1990's saw the growth of False Memory Movements which sought to deny the reality of sexual abuse within families by stating that people ( mostly women) who talked about such abuse were suffering from someting called False Memory Syndrome. The False Memory Syndrome Foundation (FMSF) closed a couple of years ago but the British False Memory Society still exists as a registered charity.
The British False Memory Society (BFMS) was started by a man called Roger Scotford. Where did Scotford get the idea to start such a society? Well, according to the FMSF it was from a man called John Money. ( yes, the same John Money who populised the idea of gender identity)
In late 1992, Roger Scotford who was in England contacted professor John Money, M.D. at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions to find out if he had ever heard of adult children cutting off all contact with parents after claiming to have recovered repressed memories of childhood abuse. Dr. Money, who had heard about the FMSF, put Mr. Scotford in touch with the Philadelphia group, who in turn put Mr. Scotford in contact with several other affected families in the UK. Scotford came to Philadelphia for the first FMSF professional conference in April 1993 and then began to organize families in the UK. He established the British False Memory Society in September 1994. http://www.fmsfonline.org/?about=EarlyHistory
This is important information for lots of reasons.
One of them is the fact that John Money had published and article in the Dutch paedophile journal Paidika the year before and Ralph Underwager (one of the founders of the FMSF) was interviewed by Paidika the folowing year.
The Paidika journal is important for understanding why trasns activists like to talk about gender critical feminists as "white feminism" and that pre-colonial cultures had different genders before colonialism.
What they are doing here has nothing to do with colonialism. They are continuing the "Paidika" tradition of looking to non European and historical societies as places where paedophilia was supposedly allowed. But where "Padika" used the concept of "noble savage" as reasoning for " free sexuality", gender theorists use " post colonialism".