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Nathaniel Knight (partner of Aimee Challenor); worrying twitter admissions

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GirlDownUnder · 16/07/2019 02:58

Recently spotted on Twitter and reported today

@ bunifoosh
This is Aimee Challenor’s partner. This needs reported (to the police preferably).

Bunifosh is posting inresponse to a thread started by Nathaniel Knight @ kharonalpua (Aimees’ partner)

And lastly
Nathaniels’ post was because poster Whistleblower11097 posted on a current MN thread -
That post as been deleted

The content highlighted by bunifosh is worrying, but of greater concern is the thread from Nathaniel as it’s direct from the horses mouth, and admits to child rape fantasies, inappropriate communication with a minor, etc.

Aimee Challenor (from wiki)
Aimee Challenor (born 1 October 1997) is a British politician and transgender activist and former spokesperson for the Green Party of England and Wales. In 2017, she stood for election in Coventry South, receiving 1.3% of the votes. In 2018, her father, who had been serving as her election agent, was convicted and jailed for sexual offences against a child, leading to Challenor's suspension from the party during an investigation. She later resigned and is currently a member of the Liberal Democrats.

Aimee has been dragged into this as Nathaniel tweeted in the above linked thread
“So how can @ AimeeChallenor work with vulnerable teenagers when she's in a relationship with me? I don't have a violent bone in my body, and I have no interest in real children. In more than half of my lifetime, I have not "graduated" from a fetish for fantasy children to...”

The optics are not good for Aimee or the Liberal Democrats.

OP posts:
NeurotrashWarrior · 25/11/2019 14:19

And then there are UK teachers posting pics of attending Aimee's hen do.

Is anyone official keeping tabs on this?!

BeardedVulture · 25/11/2019 15:46

If I found out my DD’s primary school teacher was posting nudes of themselves on Twitter and publicly hanging out with an adult baby who was marrying a I’d have some serious questions regarding their understanding of safeguarding and their character in general.

BeardedVulture · 25/11/2019 15:48

... the missing word in the sentence above, BTW was “paedophile”

NeurotrashWarrior · 25/11/2019 15:54

17th nov post around 12:57. For reference...

Aimee Challenor suspended from post

Oncewasblueandyellowtwo · 25/11/2019 16:42

I see Prism Coventry have protected their tweets... I wonder when they did this?
The more I think about this the more horrific it all is.
Aimees father is in prison for kidnapping and raping a child.
Aimees fiance has admitted to being a pedophile and writes story's about children being raped.
Jesus fucking christ, this is insanity.
Women are losing jobs, being banned from twitter, being targeted by TRAs, called TERFS and transphobic, having talks cancelled, all of this and more and yet Aimee gets to carry on like nothing is happening.

Not sure if you are still following this thread but the more people who see the updates the better.

MockersFactCheckMN · 25/11/2019 16:43

Coventry. Again:

Something wrong in the Phoenix City?

NeurotrashWarrior · 25/11/2019 16:52

Youth group open to age 13 to 21.

NeurotrashWarrior · 25/11/2019 16:55

AC is 22.

Siameasy · 25/11/2019 17:04

Sadly, US law does not recognize any legal difference between 6-, 10-, and 16-years old "children" where this is concerned, and that means that artists will need to tread just as carefully with high-school aged young adults as with pre-school aged cubs. I strongly advise you simply stick to the approach that images be restricted to depictions of 18-years or older adults


NeurotrashWarrior · 25/11/2019 17:10

pre-school aged cubs.

After the Makin fiasco 🤢 🤢 🤢🤢🤢

Kilbranan · 25/11/2019 17:38

lbd just read that document which clearly demonstrates a teacher forming inappropriate relationship with vulnerable child and rightly deciding he can’t teach anymore. But I was struck by the references to his character ie he was ‘well liked’ and ‘well meaning’ etc. Surely him being a ‘great guy’ is totally irrelevant? Why would they even say this?? I’m pretty sure all groomers come across as being ‘nice guys’ that’s how they manage to groom!

littlbrowndog · 25/11/2019 17:44

Yeah kilbranan


MockersFactCheckMN · 25/11/2019 17:51

It all seemed to tighten up after this guy retired:

Woodhead lived with Amanda Johnston, a former pupil of Gordano School, for nine years. They insisted that their relationship had begun after they had left the school but in 2015, immediately after his death, it was reported that his former wife disputed this version of events and stated that she had been asked to consider a ménage à trois with Johnson when the latter was just 17, a claim in which she was supported by a number of Woodhead's colleagues at Gordano and Tony Robinson, who knew the Woodheads in Bristol.

In 1999, he was heavily criticised for saying pupil–teacher relationships could be 'experiential and educative on both sides'; he later said he thought his remarks had been off the record.

Cognita became embroiled in a sexual abuse scandal when it emerged that one of its teachers, William Vahey, at its Southbank International School had systematically sexually abused at least 60 pupils at the school over a period of years. Vahey taught at the school from 2009 to 2013. Woodhead was the chairman of the school board. Hugh Davies QC, who was appointed to look into the scandal stated that at the school, "The structures of governance did not deliver effective supervision of those with operational responsibility for child protection," and that child protection policies were not "fully understood and/or implemented" and there was a lack of training among the school's child protection officers.

He married again in 2006 and lived in Herefordshire. Woodhead was knighted in the 2011 Birthday Honours for services to education.

NeurotrashWarrior · 25/11/2019 18:39


This is an issue in schools and educational establishments or places that work with children. Some people have a level of charisma or an overpowering persona that clouds people's judgements when it comes to safeguarding. The woman at little teds wasn't challenged due to her persona.

I have attended some training around seeing through all the "well meaning" bollocks; it was very heavy going but really spelt out the complexities of how difficult it can be in some institutions and also how important it is to be able to recognise it and whistle blow. but I don't know how statutory it is.

WB11097 · 28/11/2019 14:19

On the subject of Aimee Challenor claiming that Nathaniel Knight's twitter account was hacked...

I've just been making a style comparison between those tweets and his public posts on reddit.

When it says, "I offered the advice that masturbation is natural and should be explored safely as she sees fit. I posted no images or graphic descriptions there.", notice he uses underscores on either side of the word 'she' (to me that's unusual). Well, looking through Nathaniel's numerous(!) reddit posts there are examples of him doing that to emphasise words too, e.g., masculine, feminine, responsibility, etc.

Notice how his last two paragraphs start with a word or phrase with a colon, e.g., "Oh, one last note:", "Aside:", again that's consistent with his tweets immediately before on 8th July, i.e., "Disclaimer:" then a paragraph, "Follow-Up:" then a paragraph. He does it on reddit too, e.g., "So:" then a paragraph.

And the enumeration style too.


AllYouGoodGoodPeople · 28/11/2019 18:47


That's very unfortunate, isn't it?

ItsAllGoingToBeFine · 28/11/2019 18:57

^scrubbing the internet of stuff that would give context to those tweets made.°

I'm sure neither the LibDems or anyone here would admit to using KiwiFarms, but I have heard that they are very good at archiving things, and often have threads about interesting individuals.

Redrose8701 · 23/03/2021 17:31


nauticant · 23/03/2021 21:13

Reddit's tendency to crack down hard on some groups while offering a surprising amount of protection to others is currently getting a bit of sunlight.

StillFemale · 23/03/2021 21:56

Has anyone archived this thread?

vivariumvivariumsvivaria · 23/03/2021 22:03

Bumping to re-ask your question Still

I don't know how to archive.

NecessaryScene1 · 23/03/2021 22:40

Yes., 2 100-post snapshots.

OfaFrenchmind2 · 24/03/2021 20:15


Reddit's tendency to crack down hard on some groups while offering a surprising amount of protection to others is currently getting a bit of sunlight.

I was on Reddit yesterday, the comments and threads were locked, deleted, quarantined so quickly. Mine was shut down very quickly.
But the blowback on here is getting good. Many many subs are protesting against censorship and Reddit's selective freedom of speech, their box-ticking way of hiring people, and very sleazy collusion with paedophiles.
JudithK79 · 24/03/2021 21:32
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