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Pederasty

The criminal offense of unnatural copulation between men.

The term pederasty is usually defined as anal intercourse of a man with a boy. Pederasty is a form of Sodomy.

See: sodomy
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15) The confusion between Montherlant's politics and his aesthetics becomes easier to determine here: Jean Guehenno wrote that Montherlant was posing himself as the head of a Teutonic order--and of the Knights Templar, who had long been reputed to be pederasts (January 11, 1941).
are likened to a stout bulwark erected against tyranny, since jealous pederasts often became defenders of democracy (Ath.
According to attorney Lawrence Fisoli, who represents Jeffrey's parents in a lawsuit against NAMBLA, the pederast organization trains homosexuals to stalk, seduce, and rape unsuspecting boys.
Interestingly, modern pederasts, despite the democratic ethos of modern culture, seem to be preoccupied with dominance and submission,(77) much like the ancient Greeks.
Because vicars in knickers can spot a pederast a mile away, and the church is full of them.
Lolita has the breadth and daring to describe the beginnings of a culture of sanctioned degeneracy so incremental that today only an overt step offends, as in the recent withdrawal of Calvin Klein's explicitly pederast ad campaign.
After the middle of the seventh century, however, citing the example of Zeus and Ganymede, Percy argues that, as the title of one of his chapters proclaims, "The gods became pederasts.
Kinsey's research was carried out on a non-representative group of Americans--including disproportionately large numbers of sex offenders, prostitutes, prison inmates and exhibitionists--and involved illegal sex experimentation upon several hundred children, masturbated to orgasm by "trained" pederasts.
According to Lively and Abrams, pederasts are as serious a threat in America today as they were in Germany during the period when the Nazis dominated Europe.
Giroud mentions, yet regrettably leaves unnamed, one conductor who said that it could be "enjoyed only by snobs and pederasts.
In addition to its unsettled state, it is populated with racists, anti-Semites, pederasts, misogynists, cutthroat men, treacherous women, and a sorry history of forgers and imposters.
The British characters, notably those played by Donald Sutherland, Richard O'Brien and Paul Brooke, are all pederasts, twits or both, and the script still strains credulity by having Kinski's character more than once appear at the right place, at the right time.