Bill Andriette is an American journalist and pro-pedophile activist. Andriette was the Art Director for the LGBT periodical Baltimore Outloud, and was previously the Features Editor of The Guide, a gay travel and entertainment magazine published in Boston. As of 1996, he was the spokesman of the North American Man/Boy Love Association (NAMBLA). He appeared in the 1994 documentary about NAMBLA, Chicken Hawk: Men Who Love Boys, in which described how his work with NAMBLA provided an outlet for his sexual attraction to prepubescent young boys below the age of consent.

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  • Bill Andriette é um jornalista, ativista homossexual e ativista pedófilo estadunidense. É diretor artístico do jornal gay Baltimore Outloud e anteriormente foi diretor interino de The Guide, uma revista gay de viagems e espectáculos publicada em Boston É porta-voz da North American Man/Boy Love Association (NAMBLA).. Numa entrevista para The Boston Phoenix em 1996, Andriette disse: "Compreendi que era gay quando tinha 12 anos". Juntou-se à NAMBLA quando tinha 15 anos e com a idade de 17 anos já era membro do seu comité directivo. Durante seis anos foi redactor do NAMBLA Bulletin. Andriette discorda com alguns pontos da política da NAMBLA em relação à abolição da idade de consentimento, deixando espaço para o diálogo com o governo e as preocupações da sociedade. Durante a controvérsia de 1993 com a Associação Internacional de Gays e Lésbicas (ILGA), Andriette defendeu os membros da NAMBLA ante esta, bem como o lugar da NAMBLA dentro do movimento pelos direitos dos homosexuais, alegando que "a tradição principal" do movimento LGBT é baseada no apoio à abolição da idade de consentimento. Andriette qualifica a condenação moral em relação aos pedófilos por parte dos gays como una "ideologia reaccionária que o movimento gay tem adoptado para polir a sua própria categoria de identidade particular". Ele apareceu em 1994 no documentário sobre a NAMBLA Chicken Hawk: Men Who Love Boys, onde explicou que o seu trabalho na NAMBLA lhe fornece uma saída à sua pedofilia. Em 2008 foi finalista do prémio jornalístico Sex Positive por um artigo publicado em The Guide: "Tipping Point for Gay Sex?". (pt)
  • Bill Andriette is an American journalist and pro-pedophile activist. Andriette was the Art Director for the LGBT periodical Baltimore Outloud, and was previously the Features Editor of The Guide, a gay travel and entertainment magazine published in Boston. As of 1996, he was the spokesman of the North American Man/Boy Love Association (NAMBLA). In an interview in The Boston Phoenix in 1996, Andriette said, "I realized I was gay when I was 12." He joined NAMBLA when he was 15 years old, and by the age of 17 he was a member of the Steering Committee. For six years he was the editor of the NAMBLA Bulletin. He expressed differences with some earlier NAMBLA directors' views regarding legalization of what is now considered to be statutory rape, finding room for compromise with government and societal concerns. He expressed frustration that the LGBT rights movement had ostracized NAMBLA, because he regarded the moral condemnation of pedophiles as a "reactionary ideology which the gay movement has happily adopted to burnish its own particular identity category." During the 1993 International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA) controversy, he defended NAMBLA's membership in ILGA, and to a greater extent NAMBLA's place in the gay rights movement, by claiming that "'the main tradition' of homosexuality" is consistent with supporting the abolition of laws prohibiting statutory rape. He appeared in the 1994 documentary about NAMBLA, Chicken Hawk: Men Who Love Boys, in which described how his work with NAMBLA provided an outlet for his sexual attraction to prepubescent young boys below the age of consent. In 2008, he was a runner up for a Sex Positive Journalism Award (Sexies) for an article which appeared in The Guide: "Tipping Point for Gay Sex?" (en)
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  • Bill Andriette é um jornalista, ativista homossexual e ativista pedófilo estadunidense. É diretor artístico do jornal gay Baltimore Outloud e anteriormente foi diretor interino de The Guide, uma revista gay de viagems e espectáculos publicada em Boston É porta-voz da North American Man/Boy Love Association (NAMBLA).. Em 2008 foi finalista do prémio jornalístico Sex Positive por um artigo publicado em The Guide: "Tipping Point for Gay Sex?". (pt)
  • Bill Andriette is an American journalist and pro-pedophile activist. Andriette was the Art Director for the LGBT periodical Baltimore Outloud, and was previously the Features Editor of The Guide, a gay travel and entertainment magazine published in Boston. As of 1996, he was the spokesman of the North American Man/Boy Love Association (NAMBLA). He appeared in the 1994 documentary about NAMBLA, Chicken Hawk: Men Who Love Boys, in which described how his work with NAMBLA provided an outlet for his sexual attraction to prepubescent young boys below the age of consent. (en)
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