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  • 13:49, 11 April 2024Trust your gut instinct (hist | edit) ‎[1,363 bytes]The Admins (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''''"Trust your gut instinct!"''''' is a common trope of child-safety PSAs first associated with self-appointed 1990s CSA prevention experts such as Ken Wooden, but possibly adopted before their era. It is applied to both children/minors and their adult guardians who are urged to "spot the signs". Newer child safety videos such as those circulated with gre...")
  • 17:10, 31 March 2024Intrinsic harm (hist | edit) ‎[3,260 bytes]The Admins (talk | contribs) (Created page with "The dilemma of '''Intrinsic harm''' concerns whether or not (or to what extent) harm is an unavoidable consequence of voluntary sexual contact between older and much younger people, usually classified as Child Sexual Abuse. Said question is frequently broached online when the topic of controversial research such as Rind et al is invoked. Intrinsic harm is also one of the major debating points among MAPs and Academics concerned with m...")
  • 01:41, 25 March 2024Peter Singer (hist | edit) ‎[3,790 bytes]Prue (talk | contribs) (Created page with "Peter Singer (in full, Peter Albert David Singer) AC (born 6 July 1946), is an Australian moral philosopher and Emeritus Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University. He specialises in applied ethics, approaching the subject from a secular, utilitarian perspective. He most famously wrote the book ''Animal Liberation'' (1975), and in 2005, ''The Sydney Morning Herald'' placed him among Australia's ten most influential public intellectuals.<ref>Visontay, Mi...")
  • 14:36, 23 March 2024Agustin Malon (hist | edit) ‎[13,774 bytes]Thorn (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Agustín Malón Marco''' is a Spanish academic known for his research in the fields of sexology, sociology and criminology. He has focused particularly on issues related to child sexual abuse such as social psychology behind the moral panic, myth construction, iatrogenic harm. He advocates for nuanced approach to child's sexuality. Malón Marco pursued postgraduate studies in sexology at the Madrid Institute of Sexological Sciences around 1997. His doctoral thesis, d...")
  • 02:58, 13 March 2024Edmund White (hist | edit) ‎[4,958 bytes]Prue (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Edmund White''' (born. January 13, 1940) - in full, '''Edmund Valentine White III''' - is an American novelist, memoirist, playwright, biographer and an essayist on literary and social topics. Since 1999, he has been a professor at Princeton University. France made him Chevalier (and later Officier) ''de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres'' in 1993. He is the namesake of the Edmund White Award for Debut Fiction, awarded annually by Publishing Triangle. As recalled in our...")
  • 12:49, 11 March 2024Joseph Geraci (hist | edit) ‎[998 bytes]Prue (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Joseph Geraci''' is an American writer and rare books dealer living in the Netherlands. He earned his place in the pantheon of sexual scholarship as the editor, and one of the founders, of ''Paidika: The Journal of Paedophilia''. He also edited [ ''Dares To Speak: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on Boy-Love''], a book that drew together and extend...")
  • 10:28, 11 March 2024Gorrit Goslinga (hist | edit) ‎[1,434 bytes]Prue (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Gorrit Goslinga''' (died. August 22nd, 2009) was a teacher and sexual freedom / LGBTQ+ activist, who often wrote on pedophilia and related topics for MAP magazines such as ''Koinos'' and ''OK Magazine''. They were particularly involved with the NVSH, ''The Dutch Society for Sexual Reform'', being active in the NVSH Working Groups on Pedophilia and Youth Emancipation and writing fre...")
  • 09:42, 11 March 2024Wallace Hamilton (hist | edit) ‎[1,000 bytes]Prue (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Wallace Hamilton''' (1919-1983) was an American novelist. Born in New York City, he was a 1941 graduate of Harvard. A conscientious objector during World War II, he was a novelist and playwright. He was a member of NAMBLA, having published ''Coming Out'' (1977), ''David at Olivet'' (1979), and ''Kevin'' (1980).<ref>[ Wallace Hamilton Goodreads Author Profile].</ref> He died in New York, in 1983. Wall...")
  • 08:55, 10 March 2024Masculism (hist | edit) ‎[14,253 bytes]Thorn (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Template:Adj}}__NOTOC__ '''Masculism''', a term coined as a counterpart to feminism, is a sociopolitical movement that advocates for the rights and concerns of men. Rooted in the belief that traditional gender roles can be restrictive for men, masculists seek to address issues related to men's rights, masculinity, and societal expectations. == Key Principles == * Gender Equality: Masculists assert that true gender equality involves addressing both men's a...")
  • 00:10, 10 March 2024Gay Men's Press (GMP) (hist | edit) ‎[2,007 bytes]Prue (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Gay Men's Press (GMP)''' was a publisher of books based in London, United Kingdom. Founded in 1979, the imprint was run until 2000 by its founders Aubrey Walter, David Fernbach, and Richard Dipple. GMP was a pioneer publisher for the gay community, releasing at least 300 titles. Many of their publications have themes of pederasty / boy-love, including The Age Taboo (1981) which featured contributions by one of NAMBLA's founders Tom Reeves, the 1st open...")
  • 02:21, 5 March 2024The Betrayal of Youth (Book) (hist | edit) ‎[3,314 bytes]Prue (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''''The Betrayal of Youth: Radical Perspectives on Childhood Sexuality, Intergenerational Sex, and the Social Oppression of Children and Young People''''' (London: CL Publications, 1986), is a book edited by Warren Middleton, the Vice-Chair of PIE, the ''Paedophile Information Exchange''. As gay / LGBTQ+ activist Peter Tatchell stated in his positive review of the book, 'The Betrayal of Youth presents a diverse collection of essays by 16 different authors who of...")
  • 06:17, 3 March 2024Boyd McDonald (hist | edit) ‎[8,358 bytes]Prue (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''[ Boyd McDonald]''' (1925 – September 1993) was an American writer, editor, and pornographer. In 1973, while living on welfare in an Upper West Side SRO in Manhattan, he founded and became publisher of the long-running gay pornography and erotic literature zine ''S.T.H''. or ''Straight to Hell'', consisting primarily of readers' submissions of their sexual experiences, together with Boyd's commentary and sing...")
  • 03:32, 29 February 2024Rosa von Praunheim (hist | edit) ‎[4,712 bytes]Prue (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Holger Bernhard Bruno Mischwitzky''' (born '''Holger Radtke'''; 25 November 1942), known professionally as '''Rosa von Praunheim''', is a German film director, author, painter and one of the most famous gay rights activists in the German-speaking world.<ref>[ "Germany's most famous gay rights activist: Rosa von Praunheim". ''Deutsche Welle''].</ref> In over 50 ye...")
  • 18:39, 26 February 2024Black MAP Community (hist | edit) ‎[2,691 bytes]The Admins (talk | contribs) (almost ready to publish)
  • 06:04, 22 February 2024Charles Shively (hist | edit) ‎[6,119 bytes]Prue (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Charles "Charley" Shively''', (Born 1937; Died Oct 6th, 2017, Cambridge, Massachusetts), was a gay activist and major figure of the post-Stonewall gay liberation movement, described as "one of the pivotal figures in the Gay Liberation Movement".<ref>Michael Bronski, [ Charles Shively, Pioneer Activist and Author], ''Gay and Lesbian Review'' (Jan-Feb 2018 Issue).</ref> His most well-known scholars...")
  • 03:49, 22 February 2024Tom Reeves (hist | edit) ‎[9,745 bytes]Prue (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Thomas Reeves''', known as '''Tom Reeves''' (Born in Nashville, Tennessee, 1939; Died in Baltimore on Sunday, February 19, 2012), was an Anarchist Gay activist/organizer, author, professor, and a prominent member of the gay rights movement since the 1970s. Notably, he was a key member of the ''Boston/Boise Committee'', the ''[ Fag Rag] collective'',<ref>Reeves was involved in multiple gay organ...")
  • 09:42, 14 February 2024Philip Jenkins (hist | edit) ‎[2,812 bytes]Prue (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Template:Ac}}'''[ Philip Jenkins]''' (born April 3, 1952) is a professor of history at Baylor University in the United States, and co-director for Baylor's Program on Historical Studies of Religion in the Institute for Studies of Religion. He is also the Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Humanities Emeritus at Pennsylvania State University (PSU). There, he was professor (from 1993), and a distinguished professor (from 1997) of h...")
  • 10:00, 8 February 2024Camarón de la Isla (hist | edit) ‎[1,919 bytes]Prue (talk | contribs) (Created page with "José Monje Cruz (5 December 1950 – 2 July 1992), better known by his stage name Camarón de la Isla, was a Spanish Romani flamenco singer. Considered one of the all-time greatest flamenco singers, he was noted for his collaborations with Paco de Lucía and Tomatito, and the three of them were of major importance to the revival of flamenco in the second half of the 20th century. Many consider Camarón to be the single most popular and influential flamenco cantaor (sing...")
  • 07:35, 8 February 2024Jeffrey Weeks (hist | edit) ‎[12,632 bytes]Prue (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Jeffrey Weeks''' OBE (born 1945, in Rhondda, Wales) is a gay activist and an historian and sociologist specializing in work on sexuality. At time of writing, he is Emeritus Professor of Sociology at London South Bank University, regarded as one of the leading British sociologists and historians within the field of sexuality,<ref>[ Jeffrey Weeks - UCL Campaign]</ref> and the most significant British intellectual working on se...")
  • 23:43, 22 January 2024Arthur Schopenhauer (hist | edit) ‎[3,551 bytes]Prue (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Arthur Schopenhauer''' (22 February 1788 – 21 September 1860) was a German philosopher. Popular in his lifetime and thereafter, he remained the most influential German philosopher until the First World War. On the universality of Pederasty, he wrote: ::''Considered in itself, pederasty ... seems an act ... which would be repeated only in isolated cases at most. But if we turn to experience, we find the opposite; we see [pederasty] frequently practiced at all t...")