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What caused the downfall of the Dutch ped movement

Posted by hikari on 2017-September-21 16:53:29, Thursday

This is a question that has been plaguing me for a while now. It seems like there was some progress with acceptance for pedophiles in the Netherlands 70s and 80s, and then it dissolved. I don't know what the specific reasons were.
What happened?
Was it simply that the leaders died, and no one was willing to step up (like what happened with Frank Torey [died 1996, no one picked up the business] and Brongersma [suicide 1998, Brongersma foundation raided in 2001])? Funding stopped? Other people managed to override the laws that were made?
What happened with NVSH [changed their name] and MARTIJN [kicked out of ILGA 1994] and others?

Was it part of everything that was going on in the 1980s and 1990s with CSA hysteria on the rise?

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