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PAN, before the name change

PAN was an English-language, roughly bi-monthly magazine containing news, editorials, non-nude photography and other material of interest to boylovers. Spanning 21 issues, it was published from the Netherlands between 1979 and 1985 by Spartacus. John D. Stamford and Frank Torey edited; Torey departed for the last issue, being replaced by Roger F. Hunt. Edward Brongersma and Frits Bernard were frequent contributors.

The name PAN was officially changed to Paedo Alert News (P.A.N.) in the 13th issue, following a legal threat from the unrelated PAN Books, Ltd.

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