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1.) The Sexual Experiences of Children. by Dr. Theo Sandfort, University of Utrecht; In Danish 

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2.) An Examination of Assumed Properties of Child Sex Abuse,
by Bruce Rind, Ph.D., Robert Bauserman, Ph.D., Philip Tromovitch, Ph.D.; 
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4.) Gay and Bisexual Adolescent Boys' Sexual Experiences With Men
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5.) The Politics of Child Sexual Abuse Research,
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6.) The Validity and Appropriateness of Methods, Analyses, and Conclusions in Rind et al. (1998):
by Rind, Tromovitch & Bauserman.
7a.) Anthology Children and Sex (in English):
Edited by Constantine & Martinson. 

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7b.) Anthology Children and Sex;  (In Danish)


The Thought Police

Article by Bruce Rind, PhD: 

Gay and Bisexual Adolescent Boys' Sexual Experiences With Men:

An Empirical Examination of Psychological Correlates in a Nonclinical Sample


Department of Psychology, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19122, USA.

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John Money, past-president of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sex Letters to the American Psychological Association

Bruce Rind, Ph.D., Department of Psychology Temple University,

Robert Bauserman, Ph.D. Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, State of Maryland &

Philip Tromovitch, Ph.D. (cand.) Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania,

Constantine & Martinson (HTML). Editors of the  esteemed anthology “Children and Sex: New Findings, New Perspectives”. Little, Brown & Co., Boston 1981. Edited by Larry L. Constantine & Floyd N. Martinson

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James Prescott website at

The American neuroscientist James Prescott did 
biological and statistic anthropological research and concluded that there
is a reciprocal link between infant somato-sensory deprivation (lack of
pleasureful touching) and later malfunctioning (violence, depression), as well as between the repression of adolescent sexual experience and later malfunctioning. Obviously, this is esoteric knowledge

Old Prescott lives. He lost his job (a federal position in the National Institute of Health) in 1980 due to being vocal. John Money wrote in his defense. Prescott has a website at
In 1999 he wrote to Clinton, Gore, to no avail.

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July 19, 2001

The Thought Police


TThe thought police have arrived. An Ohio man has been sentenced to seven years in prison for thinking bad thoughts about children and writing them down in his private journal. In Ohio, that's against the law.

It didn't matter that the man never wanted anyone else to see the journal, or that the children he fantasized about were entirely fictional. What mattered to authorities in Ohio — the only thing that mattered — was that the thoughts were vile. The fantasies written down by Brian Dalton, who is 22 years old, involved the sexual abuse and torture of children.

Mr. Dalton made up names for the children and said they were 10 and 11 years old.

This should not be an issue in the United States of America. This is a country in which you ought to be able to write down in private whatever you are thinking, no matter how awful the thoughts. This is not China, or Afghanistan under the Taliban. This is a country in which freedom is supposed to matter.

Mr. Dalton, a resident of Columbus, was charged under a state law that prohibits the creation of obscene material involving minors. Such a law sounds reasonable. But the local prosecutor believed (along with others) that the statute covered not only images of real children, but printed or written words involving fictional children. And not only words involving fictional children, but words that were never intended to be shown to anyone. This is as close as it's possible to get — short of ESP — to criminalizing thought.

Mr. Dalton had been convicted in a child pornography case in 1998. He served a few months in jail and then was released on probation. His probation officer discovered the journal some months ago during a routine search of Mr. Dalton's home.

There was no question that the journal entries were grotesquely pornographic. The prosecutor put the matter before a grand jury, which returned a two-count felony indictment against Mr. Dalton. He pleaded guilty to one count and was sentenced to seven years in prison. And he received an additional 18 months for violating probation.

So here we have a fellow sentenced to prison in the United States for merely sitting down and putting his thoughts on paper.

"While the thoughts themselves may have been reprehensible and deeply disturbing," said Raymond Vasvari, who heads the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio, "it needs to be stressed that they were arrived at and recorded in the privacy of this man's home for no one's consumption but his own."

Seven years in prison. In America.

The fundamental idea behind the criminalization of real child pornography — that is, images of real children engaged in sexual activity — is that the images themselves are the proof that some real child was abused. A real child. Not an imagined child.

Ann Beeson, a lawyer with the national A.C.L.U., said she and other First Amendment scholars believed that "the constitutional limit of child pornography laws is in criminalizing the actual exploitation of children, which is important."

But beyond that — if only words are involved, or drawings, or images created by a computer with no child involved — "then you no longer have the rationale to suppress it under the First Amendment," said Ms. Beeson.

The A.C.L.U.'s president, Nadine Strossen, said she was outraged by the idea that someone could be sent to prison for something he'd written in a private journal. "I think this is completely protected free speech," she said. "I'm just horrified by this case."

Ohio's laws regarding minors and sexual activity are not limited to patently obscene material. The state prohibits the creation, reproduction and dissemination of any material that depicts a minor engaged in sexual activity. If you apply that to written materials, as in the Dalton case, then books like Judy Blume's "Forever," Philip Roth's "Portnoy's Complaint" and Maya Angelou's "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" would be banned, and their writers and publishers subject to criminal penalties, presumably prison.

Sexual hysteria has given the thought police the opening they've craved. Politicians, afraid of being accused of favoring child pornography, will not stand up for that most fundamental of freedoms — freedom of thought.

A fascinating book 
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" cases of mutual consent and mutual sexual attraction, sexual activity itself [between men and boys] seems to produce no damaging effects. It is to be hoped that this may put parents´ minds at rest and help them to avoid being unnecessarily upset and anxious.":

Preben Hertoft, esteemed international sexologist       

Forbrydelse uden offer, Tiderne Skifter, 1986, med Preben Hertofts Politiken kronik "Pædofile vil ikke gøre børn fortræd".
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