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“Loving Boys”, Semiotext(e) Special Intervention Series 2, (Summer 1980)

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Interviews with Kate Millet, Michel Foucault, Guy Hocquenghem, Mark Blasius, Sylvère Lotringer, David Thorstad and Mark Moffet

General editor: Sylvère Lotringer
Art Editor: Joseph Kosuth

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3 interviews and a short article from Foucault that offer varying perspectives on child liberation/sexuality. Moffett's interview is perhaps most interesting, seeing as he was 15 when the interview (with Lotringer) was conducted, and he had been having sex with men since he was 13. He's very well spoken and confident in his ideology for his age, which I think sheds light on how helpful freedom really is. The interview with Thorstad, who was a founder of NAMBLA, offers another perspective, this t ...more
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Sylvère Lotringer (born in 1938 in Paris, France) is a literary critic and cultural theorist. A younger contemporary of Gilles Deleuze, Félix Guattari, Jean Baudrillard, Paul Virilio and Michel Foucault, he is best known for synthesizing French theory with American literary, cultural and architectural avant-garde movements through his work with Semiotext(e); and for his interpretations of French t ...more
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