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Pederasty in the Middle East and Central Asia
The practice of pederasty in the Middle East and Central Asia seems to have begun, according to surviving records, sometime during the 8th century, and ended, at least as an open practice, in the mid-19th century.
Did you know...
- … that Michael Childers Davidson (1897–1975) was a British journalist, memoirist, and an open pederast. He "was an English foreign correspondent widely respected for his intelligence, keen observation and sympathy for the underdog.
Word of the month
Issue #23, December 2022 is now available
Sextortion on the rise
*It's all about the money!
by Staff Writer - December, 22, 2022
Jean-Claude Féray 1948-2022 obituary
Jean-Claude Féray, the man behind French publishing house
Quintes-feuilles and an author himself,
has died at the age of 74.
December 5, 2022.
A review of The Myrtle and the Rose by Annie Messina
Il mirto e la rosa by Italian author Annie Messina, writing under the pen name Gamîla Ghâli, was published by Sellerio in Palermo in 1982. It was translated from the Italian by Jessie Bright as The Myrtle & the Rose, published by Italica in New York in 2009.
Edmund Marlowe , Greek Love Through the Ages,
August 27, 2022