- 1998 - Love is the drug I'm looking for - The New England Journal of Medicine published the results of a study on this date that claimed that injections of a drug that blocks the male hormone testosterone appeared to be highly effective in "treating" pedos. Israeli researchers who gave injections of the drug triptorelin to a group of 30 men found that it virtually eliminated pedo sex fantasies. Side effects of triptorelin, which was not available in the United States at the time of the study, include impotence, hot flashes, weakened bones and a lack of sexual interest in women. The Israeli researchers said triptorelin has several advantages over some other Depo Provera, which was being used in American treatment programs, and cyproterone acetate, which was being used in Canada, Israel and some European countries. Those drugs are only 60 to 80 percent effective and have more serious side effects. And because triptorelin only has to be administered once a month, researchers said that they believe that patients will be more likely to stay on the regimen. However, researchers said that their findings needed further study because the group studied was not compared with another group given a placebo. They said that they feared placebo recipients might pose a danger to society, so no control group was employed.
- 1999 - That's the most expensive KP I've ever heard of! - A bill was introduced in the United States House of Representatives on this date that would double the previous Customs Service's budget for combating child pornography on the Internet. The measure, sponsored by Rep. Nick Lampson (D-Texas), would have authorized $20 million over four years for the Customs Cybersmuggling Center. The center, established by Customs in 1996, analyzes intelligence data related to child pornography, disseminates information to other law enforcement agencies and coordinates undercover operations to catch people who are electronically distributing child pornography. Congress earmarked $2.5 million for the program in 1999. The Clinton administration, in its fiscal 2000 budget, did not specifically request funds for the center. At a press conference today, Lampson said Customs needs the extra money to "continue its worldwide leadership in the prevention of the sexual exploitation and abuse of children." If the bill passes, lawmakers would still have to agree to appropriate the funds each year.
- Author unknown. "This Day In Pedo History: February 11", 2003. Retrieved on 3-10-15.