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The Problem of Modern Pederasty in Queer History

A Case Study of Norman Douglas

Rachel Hope Cleves

subject, might welcome this relative silence within the historiography. However, historians of sexuality should put aside discomfort and engage robustly with the history of intergenerational sex for three reasons. First, sex between men and children has

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Nicholas L. Syrett

sixth, on late twentieth-century US lesbians, demonstrates that some adult women's discomfort about sex with younger women and girls was a reaction to their perceptions of the role of intergenerational sex among gay men. 2 Despite the fact that

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Amanda H. Littauer

intellectually—in the least.” Criticizing polarizing, abstract approaches to the “delicate and difficult issue” of intergenerational sex, Kelly closed her long letter with this claim: “It's time to stop selling out young people, and to begin being honest, with

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Solicitor Brown and His Boy

Love, Sex, and Scandal in Twentieth-Century Ireland

Averill Earls

thirty years older. And certainly the court records represent a fraction of the actual same-sex intergenerational relationships that existed between boys and men in urban Ireland. This kid-glove treatment of the “boys” involved in intergenerational sex

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“What They Had between Their Legs Was a Form of Cash”

Homosexuality, Male Prostitution, and Intergenerational Sex in 1950s Italy

Alessio Ponzio

–homo divide, spaces where “modern” sexological categories and identities had not yet entered and where intergenerational sex between men and youths flourished in part because only older partners were understood to be homosexual. 17 “The Disgusting Homosexual

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Claire G. Davey, Frank G. Karioris, and Craig Owen

child. Angelides also convincingly challenges the notion of sovereign power in instances of intergenerational sex, whereby all power and responsibility lies with the adult involved. Instead, he argues for a more nuanced and holistic interpretation of