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Paidika: The Journal of Paedophilia (1987-1995) was a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal published by the Stichting Paidika Foundation, a Netherlands nonprofit organization. Articles drawn from it are available from a number of pedophile activist websites. Among the scientists in the editorial board were Dr. Frits Bernard, Dr. Edward Brongersma, Dr. Vern L. Bullough, and Dr. D. H. (Donald) Mader. Being a peer-reviewed scholarly journal, Paidika was subscribed to by the British Library and by the Library of Congress.[1][2]

The journal's name was a form of the Greek adjective meaning "boyish," [1] and was used in classical Athens to refer to the younger partner in a pederastic relationship, also known as the eromenos.

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A more detailed account of the magazine including complete tables of contents for each issue can be found at Paidika: The Journal of Paedophilia on

The Paedophile Impulse: Toward the Development of an Aetiology of Child-Adult Sexual Contacts from an Ethological and Ethnological Viewpoint by German sociologist, psychologist, ethnologist, religious scientist, and philosopher Dr. Gisela Bleibtreu-Ehrenberg from Paidika, no. 2, 1988, is probably the most interdisciplinarian scholarly approach to paedophilia ever published (utilizing and combining data and research fields of sociology, psychology, ethnology, religious studies, history, anthropology, ethology, zoology, and philosophy in order to bring forth a theory of evolution's necessity for paedophilia and child-adult sexual activities in animal kingdom and human nature), especially interesting in regard of Bleibtreu-Ehrenberg's German works on homophobia, gender roles, asceticism, patriarchy, mysogyny and (ascetic) attitudes especially about deviant sexuality in Indo-European and Western history and thought drawing upon, among others, Mircea Eliade, Marija Gimbutas, Sigmund Freud, C. G. Jung, Norbert Elias, Theodor Adorno, Max Horkheimer, Karl Popper, Michel Foucault, and James W. Prescott. See for example the article Níð based upon her work.

The research section of has probably the largest number of OCR-scanned articles from Paidika available online though not explicitly naming them as such.

Notes Edit

  1. Paidika: The Journal of Paedophilia on
  2. PAIDIKA - Journal of Paedophilia on
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