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BoyWiki is an exciting opportunity for us, as boylovers, to record and preserve our own history, culture, and heritage. If it's of interest to boylovers, it belongs on BoyWiki, so feel free to explore what we have to offer: you can read anything on the site without signing up, and most entries are freely redistributable under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License.
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"Alexander's Choice" is a novel set at Eton College in 1983-4 by Edmund Marlowe, an old boy of the school, as his début work. It tells of the love affair of Alexander Aylmer, a new boy at the school aged 13-14 and Damian Cavendish, a new, young English master. Sweet-natured and good-looking, thirteen-year-old aristocrat Alexander Aylmer goes to prestigious Eton College in September 1983 full of optimism. He soon discovers new friends, interesting teachers and the hopes and frustrations that arrive with puberty.
Did you know...
- … that The DSM: Psychiatry's Deadliest Scam is a 2011 video which was produced and distributed by Citizens Commission on Human Rights which explains how psychiatric categories are created simply by taking a vote among a small group of psychiatrists?
- … that WEIRD Radio provides streaming music and live broadcasts sixteen times a week. Weird Radio plays a wide variety of music and their first broadcast was in early October 2015. They do at least 16 live Shows a week. Weird Radio endeavors to support young singers who are working so hard to break through to the main stream.
- … that Lucas is a 1986 American teen tragicomedy film directed by David Seltzer and starring Corey Haim?
- … that the 14th issue of Modern Boylover Magazine is now available on-line, which features various articles of interest to the Boylove community. The magazine is 100% volunteer driven, and is a free resource for boylovers and non-boylovers alike.
- … that Heterosexual Hyperaggression Syndrome are encounters with distinctive, repeating patterns of extreme rage on the internet, coming from individuals imagining nonexistent threats to children...
Word of the month
- The United States Postal Inspection Service represented by US Postal Inspector Wylie Christopher is now using the AZOV customer database to compile targets for a sting operation, sending e-mails to invite targets to download child pornography on a USPIS-controlled undercover website similar to their Operation Insider with the Insider Video Club/Award Films International customer database. These new defendants are listed under the new sub-heading Phase Two Defendants on the Boywiki Azov Films Prosecutions page.
(April 9, 2016)
- Starting in 2012, some US customers of Azov Films have been arrested and charged with receipt and possession of child pornography: some of the nude visual material has been construed as illegal by US Law Enforcement Officers ("LEO's"), including agents of the United States Postal Inspection Service.
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- We lost the battle, brewing for some eight years in Congress, which will effectively stop those of us, U.S. 'registered sex offenders', from venturing beyond our own countries. The enactment of International Megan's Law is not the end of the war, however, as we are fighting back against this injustice in the courts and, to the extent that we wield any influence, in the media. (David Kennerly, March 6, 2016)
- The year is 2010, and it appears that Punk Rock has reached it's peak and started to decline in popularity.
(Music review, LtDreamer, April 16, 2016)
- (Interview broadcast April 9, 2016)
- (Interview broadcast April 2, 2016)
- (Interview broadcast March 26, 2016)
- Many same-sex-attracted MAPs these days profess to feel completely separate from the gay community (sorry, LGBT-ETC-but-no-P community), but in reality, writings that are potentially relevant to us get published fairly often by members of that community. The opposite may happen, too – useful stuff published within our community may be out there for those LGBTs who are brave enough to take advantage. (Book review, Bernie Najarian, March 27, 2016)
- (Book Review, Edmund Marlowe, February 1, 2016)
- A non-BL novel by a popular historical novelist with an interesting and positive portrayal of a pederastic affair.
(Book Review, Edmund Marlowe, January 28, 2016)