Professor Tom Reeves in "Army of Lovers or Revolt of the Perverts"

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"It is not just the gay men's groups in Boston who support the struggle of the paedophiles; so do lesbians and some heterosexual groups. This is quite amazing, for generally paedophiles are a minority in the gay movement who are even discriminated against by other gays. The idea is that it is necessary to be particularly diplomatic and behave nicely. Tom Reeves has a different view. He says we must struggle quite radically for all the rights that gay people need to guarantee us a more human and freer life in future."

"Tom was attracted by the example of Martin Luther King, Jr., with whom he sometimes worked, and was involved in many protests, marches, and sit-ins. An article in the New York Times (April 12, 1960), 'Fear and Hatred Grip Birmingham,' notes the arrest of 'Thomas Reeves, a 21-year-old white student at Birmingham-Southern College and part-time preacher....' It was the earliest of many arrests and stints in jail that Tom faced for his political activism."

"Tom told me he wanted to organize a conference in Boston on the topic of age of consent, and I readily agreed to support his efforts. [...] About thirty of us met and formed a group we called (initially) Man/Boy Lovers of North America. A few days later, Tom called me to say he thought a better name would be North American Man/Boy Love Association, mainly because it would result in a pronounceable acronym: NAMBLA."

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