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 Number E 23, September 2007   - ZipWord version



Principles of Non-Violent Warfare – Author & source unknown

The Hegelian Principle; By Ray Thomas, 2000

42 MVMO [*] Court cases with allegations of multiple sexual & physical abuse, by Religioustolerence.org

Are We Teaching Our Kids To Be Fearful of Men? Jeffrey Zaslow, online.wsj.com, August 23, 2007

Avoiding Kids: How Men Cope With Being Cast as Predators; Jeff Zaslow, online.wsj.com, September 6, 2007

The bogeyman myth; In seeking to protect our children from pedophiles, we are also, sadly, undermining the healthy bonds between men and children; Simon Castles, The Age ( Australia ), July 8, 2007

Peter Pan(ic): is it a paedophile nightmare, or an innocent tale? Richard Morrison, The Times ( UK ), December 29, 2004

Castrate this sick debate. Not another British paedophile panic? The unhealthy obsession with child sexual abuse should stop. Full stop. Mick Hume; spiked-online; 14 June 2007

How the NSPCC faked child abuse stories to generate cash; Daily Mail (UK), 11th September 2007

Recidivism Studies Expose Fraud. Multiple State’s Sex Offender Recidivism Studies Expose Fraud Upon The American Public By Lawmakers And Mainstream Media;    Amanda Rogers, The American Chronicle, September 13, 2007

The threat of child abuse typically lurks close to home; Jonel Aleccia, Spokesman Review, April 8, 2007

Failure to Protect - America 's Sexual Predator Laws And the Rise of the Preventive State  
In his new book, Vice Dean and Professor Eric S. Janus exposes the broad threat to civil liberties inherent in today's aggressive "sexual predator" legislation.

Call to reduce the age of consent to 14; Kevin Schofield, The Scotsman, Sat 17 Feb 2007

Research discussed

1) Sexual Abuse in Childhood and Sexual Dysfunction in Adulthood: An Australian Population-Based Study; Najman, Jake; Dunne, Michael; Purdie, David; Boyle, Francis; Coxeter, Peter Archives of Sexual Behavior, Volume 34, Number 5, October 2005 , pp. 517-526(10) - Abstract

2) National Samples, Sexual Abuse in Childhood, and Adjustment in Adulthood -

A Commentary on Najman, Dunne, Purdie, Boyle, and Coxeter (2005); Bruce Rind and Philip Tromovitch; Archives of Sexual Behavior; December 2006 – Abstract

 3) Childhood Sexual Abuse and Adult Sexual Dysfunction - Response to Commentary by Rind and Tromovitch (2007); Jake M. Najman, Michael P. Dunne and Frances M. Boyle; Archives of Sexual Behavior, December 2006 - Abstract

Vern Bullough Obituary; Vern Bullough, 77; Prolific Author Was Scholar of Sex History; Elaine Woo, LA Times, July 2, 2006

Boy-love man wins right to sue police; Monday, 17 September 2007 , stuff.co.nz

Ipce’s Internal Matters

Report of the secretary

Report of the webmaster

Ipce’s  two teams

Financial report

Documentation List 23 - September 2007



Ipce is a forum for people who are engaged in scholarly discussion about the understanding and emancipation of mutual relationships between children or adolescents and adults.

 In this context, these relationships are intended to be viewed from an unbiased, non-judgmental perspective and in relation to the human rights of both the young and adult partners.
Ipce meets once every one or two years in a different country, publishes a newsletter and a web site, co-ordinates the (electronic) exchange of texts and keeps an archive of specific written publications.



Here is Ipce’s Newsletter number E(lectronic) 23. The Newsletter is made on line and in a paper version for those who have no access to the Internet or who want to download and print the Word version. But note that the Newsletter gives only some interesting files, but that the updates of the website and Ipce Magazine give far more information.

 As usually, there is a line or a thread in this Newsletter. We start with “Principles”, but now principles about “a war” and “an enemy” – not the usual language in Ipce circles, but the principles are about a “non-violent” warfare.

A war? What follows are the ‘Hegelian’ principles and strategies of those who want to gain power and control, especially by manipulating people in the media.

Control, manipulation, power? Yes: read the article about false convictions. Read also the articles that describe the fear for men, implanted in our youth, about the myths and the moral panic, and also about the manipulation with recidivism rates of sex offenders. These rates are quite low, but are always said to be very high: manipulation, lies, power.
Read about other lies, myths and about the failure of the laws that do not protect any child, in contrast to what the legislators (hoping to be re-elected) said.
Read a call to change laws and read discussion about research on child sexual abuse. And more.  

Ipce tries to give some counter balance – and has now and than to meet and to take discussions, thus has its annual internal papers, also to be found in this Newsletter.

 Your Secretary,