Man teaching a boy

IPCE is probably the most extensive source of articles and information about intergenerational intimacy on the Internet.

The Origins of Peace and Violence stresses the importance of early nurturing and erotic freedom for raising non-violent children.

Reform Sex Offender Laws argues for a more rational approach to our laws about sexual abuse.

Male Homosexual Attraction to Minors Information Center provides a lot of scientific information on the subject of man-boy love.

Legal Issues and Court Cases is an excellent source of information about the full range of legal issues pertaining to intergenerational intimacy.

You Found Me contains an interesting description of a man-boy encounter, told from the perspective of the boy who initiated the relationship.

B4Uact is one of the few organizations that attempts to establish real communication between minor attracted adults and the mainstream. It's exciting and courageous efforts are worth learning about.

Positive Memories is an on-line book in which a large number of intergenerational relationships are described from the perspective of the younger partner. It includes both same-sex and opposite-sex relationships with both men and women.

Heretic TOC is a lively blog which is skillfully moderated by Tom O'Carroll. Tom regularly posts very interesting and provocative articles, and the discussions that follow are of a very high quality.

Sexuality, Violence and Psychological After-Effects by Michael C. Baurmann is the largest study ever done dealing with illegal sexual acts and their consequences. Its scientifically established conclusions contradict many of the basic assumption that feed the current moral panic about sexual activity between adults and minors.

The William A. Percy Foundation exists “to support scholarly research and public education that promotes better understanding and greater tolerance of human sexual diversity.” Toward this end the foundation supports individuals and groups “that study, in a non-judgmental and compassionate manner, sexual minorities and practices that tend to be marginalized or ignored by mainstream scholarship and media.” One of the most important activities of the foundation is the distribution of books to incarcerated people who do not have adequate access to library resources.

Homosexuality in Greece and Rome. This website makes available to the public the first two chapters of Homosexuality in Greece and Rome: A Sourcebook of Basic Documents, edited by Thomas K. Hubbard and published by University of California Press in April 2003. The index also lists the rest of the sourcebook's contents; the book may be ordered at www.ucpress.edu, list price $34.95 paperback

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