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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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Be sure and check out the help pages for a software manual and a list of frequently asked questions, and browse the modest collection of existing articles. Remember, if you can't find something you hoped to see here, you can write a little about it. Others who are interested in the same subject will join in and expand your new article. You can navigate through our categories starting from Portal:Index. We hope to have a large collection of encyclopedic, entertainment, and life articles in no time!

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 462px-Cscr-featured .png  The Little League World Series (often abbreviated as LLWS) is a youth baseball championship which is held every August in Williamsport, PA. The LLWS includes representatives from nearly every part of the globe, although rule changes implemented in the mid-1990s ensure that one US team always plays in the championship game.

Did you know...

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  • … that The Genesis Children is a film directed by Anthony Aikman and produced by Billy Byars, Jr. of Lyric International, features eight of the Lyric boys. The film takes them on a surreal non-linear journey from an international school in Rome to a beach where they abandon the trappings of civilization, romping nude on the sand.
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  • … that Thomas Lanier Williams III - (March 26, 1911 – February 25, 1983), known by his pen name Tennessee Williams, was an American playwright and screenwriter. Along with contemporaries Eugene O'Neill and Arthur Miller, he is considered among the three foremost playwrights of 20th-century American drama.

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Ethos Magazine
Issue #21, June 2022 is now available

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Rebranding Homophobia
The assault on sexual and gender minority children.
News icon.jpg Staff Writer, BoyWiki, March 7, 2022

Furries are not boylovers but apparently some boylovers are furries.
News icon.jpg Staff Writer, BoyWiki, February 5, 2022
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Pennsylvania state Rep. Rob Matzie, D-Ambridge plans to introduce legislation within the next few weeks making it difficult for some of the states most vulnerable citizens, aging and ailing convicted sex offenders to enter long-term care facilities.
News icon.jpg Staff Writer, BoyWiki, January 16, 2022
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Today's featured image: July 6, 2022

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Le prince d’Elbassan avec Toinet / Gaston Goor. – France, 1968. – Pastel ; 16,3 × 9,7 cm.

Gaston Goor (Lunéville, France, October 26, 1902–1977) was a French painter, illustrator and sculptor. Goor studied at the École des Beaux-Arts of Nancy and moved to Paris in 1925. He was a highly accomplished and controversial painter of boys. His principal patron for more than 30 years was Roger Peyrefitte. Goor illustrated many of Peyrefitte books and also made a number of works on various themes, many of which decorated the walls of Peyrefitte's Paris apartment.

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