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NAMBLA Bulletin

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The NAMBLA Bulletin was a magazine published by NAMBLA, from 1980 until 2005. Along with OK Magazine in the Netherlands it is one of the oldest magazines for boylovers to have a copy published in the 21st century.

NAMBLA Bulletin (subtitled "Voice of the North American Man / Boy Love Association"), begun, like much like most magazines for boylovers, as an eight-to-twelve-page newsletter printed in black and white and developed into a full color glossy magazine of about 20 pages.

The magazine was edited by the "Bulletin collective" which operated autonomously, by consensus, with only general policy determined by NAMBLA's Steering Committee. It published ten issues per year. The Bulletin's ISSN number is 9100-2624.

Each issue contains news, fiction, feature articles, pictures, reviews of films, recordings and books, and a regular column of letters from boys and boy-lovers.

Newgon maintains an archive of Bulletins for sympathetic and responsible researchers only. We would encourage others to contact the organization itself, in order to obtain copies.

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