Daily Archives: April 9, 2016

Julie Dorf on Larry King Live — 1993…

Date: April 09, 2016

01) Julie Dorf on Larry King Live — 1993

“In this 1993 episode of Larry King Live — Larry talks with Julie Dorf, executive director of the International Gay & Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC) and Action Secretary of the International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA) about objections to ILGA’s inclusion of NAMBLA as a member organization as ILGA had just secured ECO-SOC consultative status at the UN. As well as Bill Andriette of the North American Man-Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) and Peter LaBarbera of the conservative newsletter The LAMBDA Report.

…Note there is a short video glitch at about 14:30.”

Thank you to Antipedophobe Aktion for this find.

This is a historical documentation…And for all those doubting Thomas out there…Yes, there were still gay and lesbian leaders, who were fighting on behalf of BoyLovers [and children and teens] and our rights to be a part of the movement…Even in the eye of the storm.

April 10, 2016

I’ve been sloppy here, and rushed this out…If I wanted to make a commentary on this, I should have waited…and done so at a later time.

Admittedly…what Julie Dorf argues for here, is quite slim pickings…”We wont fight for your causes, but you can join in and fight for ours, plus common ground you share with us.”…But do note, she was not arguing to throw NAMBLA out…And there were other leaders, who strongly protested what happened to NAMBLA [and Project Truth, and at least one other organization].

Even just the tone of the discussion here…It’s amazing to see how composed it all was…It was respectful.

I agree with Antipedophobe Aktion, that the other woman talking to reporters, about half way through the video, is quite inspirational. That’s someone who knows how to fight. Some members of NAMBLA were strong women.

Just one last thing I’d like to say…

…If the ILGA considered itself to be a sort of “united nations” of the sexual minorities…that says some pretty ugly things about them, given that they ultimately ostracized several groups over this controversy. To abandon groups, when you are their public voice…and you’re supposed to be there, to defend their human rights…ugly and heinous.

M.A. Voice: Issue 07 – April 09, 2016…


Articles and content from Minor Attracted People [MAPs], presented in no particular order and without preference or discrimination. These are diverse viewpoints.

Date: April 09, 2016

01) Ender Wiggin: You Say Potato, I Say Pedophile – On pedophile terminology and stigma

02) Lucas Pazzo Folle: What if it was your son/little brother/nephew/cousin/godson ?

03) Ender Wiggin: Pedophilia As A Mental Disorder

04) leonard sisyphus mann: Where Have All The Children Gone?

05) holocaust21: Protest outside NSPCC on Male Genital Mutilation

06) Sexhysteria: Sally Mann’s Heroic Family

07) Ben Kirssen: Do we really need to research dolls?

08) Eric Tazelaar: Hipster Vigilantism and the New Populist Attack On Free Speech [from 2013]

09) Eric Tazelaar & Joe Power: The ‘Non-Wisdom’ of Crowds [from 2013]

10) Ethan Edwards: Pedophiles Need to Avoid More Than Sex

11) Tom O’Carroll: War on Kinds disguises one against kids

12) Will Robinson: PHASE TWO of Operation Spade has begun

13) Icarus: Former US politician sorry for sucking boycock

A larger sampling this time around…and a few older pieces. – Steve

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Other Issues

Progressives Are Beyond Sick Of Debbie Wasserman Schultz…

Date: April 09, 2016

01) Progressives Are Beyond Sick Of Debbie Wasserman Schultz

“Tim Canova, a progressive law professor taking on Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.), pulled in more than half a million dollars in the first three months of 2016, according to his campaign — a massive sum for a political newcomer.

Canova raised $557,000, powered by small donations. Nearly 15,300 people donated, for an average contribution of $20. Only six donors gave the maximum amount allowed under law, meaning he still has a significant pool of people to tap into for future donations…

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