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NAMBLA is the North American Man-Boy Love Association. Members of this organization mobilize in an attempt to restructure state and federal law to allow for men and boys to engage in sexual relations with each other. Specifically, they seek to change “age of consent” laws which require that a child be of a certain age (which varies by state) before they can agree to sexual intercourse.  
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NAMBLA is the North American Man-Boy Love Association.[http://www.nambla.org]  Members of this organization mobilize in an attempt to restructure state and federal law to allow for men and boys to engage in sexual relations with each other. Specifically, they seek to change “age of consent” laws which require that a child be of a certain age (which varies by state) before they can agree to sexual intercourse.  
  
 
The group is partially made famous by their defense by the [[ACLU]] on the grounds of free speech.
 
The group is partially made famous by their defense by the [[ACLU]] on the grounds of free speech.

Revision as of 16:20, 26 April 2007

File:Nambla-logo.png
Logo for the North American Man Boy Love Association

NAMBLA is the North American Man-Boy Love Association.[1] Members of this organization mobilize in an attempt to restructure state and federal law to allow for men and boys to engage in sexual relations with each other. Specifically, they seek to change “age of consent” laws which require that a child be of a certain age (which varies by state) before they can agree to sexual intercourse.

The group is partially made famous by their defense by the ACLU on the grounds of free speech.

It is believed that NAMBLA actually has less than 200 actual members.[Citation Needed]

Famous NAMBLA Members