After suffering a public relations nightmare yesterday, online marketer Amazon.com removed "The Pedophile's Guide to Love and Pleasure" from its virtual bookstore – but the company continues to sell at least seven pro-molestation titles that are even more offensive.Amazon is still offering two books written by a Dutch professor and pedophile, and five by an unapologetic pro-"boylove" American, David Riegel, who compares himself to human rights crusader Andrei Sakharov in the introduction to one of his books.
In fact, Amazon devotes an entire web page to Riegel and his work. Riegel, in turn, credits Amazon for keeping his book, "Understanding Loved Boys and Boylovers," available to the public for nearly a decade....
..."Amazon.com believes it is censorship not to sell certain titles because we believe their message is objectionable," the company wrote to critics.
Greaves acknowledged in "The Pedophile's Guide to Love and Pleasure" that sex between adults and boys can be harmful to the boys.
"This is my attempt to make pedophile situations safer for those juveniles that find themselves involved in them, by establishing certain rules for these adults to follow," wrote Phillip Greaves.
Riegel, in contrast, claims boys are almost never harmed by "consensual" sex with men. According to his Amazon web page, Riegel "earned an undergraduate degree in Psychology from a fully accredited state... More