Paedophilia:The Radical Case (book)

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Paedophilia: The Radical Case is a 1980 book about pedophilia by the dual nationality Irish/British pedophile activist and former chairperson of the now defunct Paedophile Information Exchange (P.I.E) Tom O'Carroll. The historian William Percy wrote:

"A journalist, O’Carroll was PIE’s public face in the later 70s, when he propelled the organisation to national prominence and, in tabloid press terms, notoriety. Invited by a London publisher to write about his experiences, he delivered Paedophilia: The Radical Case, a book that was a personal account of how he came to be involved with PIE, the work of that organisation, and also a polemical exploration of the ethics of paedophilia. His second book, Michael Jackson’s Dangerous Liaisons, is a definitive 624-page review of the late King of Pop’s intimate friendships with young boys. A sympathetic account, the book appeared in 2010 to considerable acclaim within the academic world, but was trashed by outraged fans even before they could possibly have read it. They saw it as a slur on their idol’s “innocence”. [1]

In the Preface to this book, Tom O'Carroll wrote:

"I am a paedophile, and in the chapters that follow it will become apparent why I have felt it necessary to crash through the barriers of societal disapproval by speaking out. The fact that I have been able to do so owes much to the work, described in Part Three, of the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE), a group with which I have been closely connected, which has been campaigning since its inception in 1974 for the open discussion of paedophilia, and for abolition of the laws against consensual sexual acts between children and adults." [2]

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See also

CRIME WITHOUT VICTIMS A book about paedophilia - Interviews with so-called "victims" of "child abuse," who give their candid reactions to supposedly "being abused".

Boys on their contacts with men: a study of sexually expressed friendships (book) Dr Theo Sandfort interviews actual "boy victims" of "sexual abuse". The boys candidly describe their feelings about their sexual experiences with adults. The results? Almost all or their reactions to the so-called "abuse" were positive.

The Trauma Myth (Book) Susan Clancy's book demonstrates that the "harms" that children supposedly suffer from engaging in sexual activity with older people/adults are actually, for the most part, iatrogenic in nature (that is, due to the treatment given by medical "professionals" to those who have "been sexually abused," or else the harms are sociogenic (caused by the attitudes of society towards sex) rather than being due to anything occurring during the sexual activity itself.

Harmful to Minors (book) Judith Levine shows that the lack of sex education, and society's attitudes, are harmful to minors -- not the actual sexual activity itself (though she irrationally considers certain kinds of sexual relationships "unacceptable" due to age differences, without citing research to back up her claims).

Whores of the Court: The Fraud of Psychiatric Testimony and the Rape of American Justice by Margaret Hagen reveals how expert psychological testimony is a total fraud, showing how the courts have increasingly embraced not a cutting-edge science but, instead, a discipline that represents a terrifying retreat into fantasy and hearsay; a discipline propelled by powerful propaganda, arrogance, and greed.

Childhood Sexuality: Normal Sexual Behavior and Development (book) This book explores several issues, including: what children ages two to six think or know about sexuality the ways that children learn about sexuality and procreation the process of body discovery among children what normal sexual behaviors to expect in children of various ages the importance of growing up in a positive environment the differences in sexual development between children of the same age and gender ways to get honest answers from children and parents about sexuality.

The War Against "Child Molesters" (c. 1989) (pamphlet) contains advice to those under investigation, under arrest, or being tried on "child abuse" charges, and describes the ways the police abuse the one under investigation, arrested, or on trial, and also violate the constitutional rights of the young person who was the one supposedly "abused".

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