Definition of pedophilia
Recent Examples of pedophilia from the Web
Alissa Nutting’s first novel, Tampa, is a novel about pedophilia with complete clarity of vision: a middle school teacher who sleeps with her 14-year-old student.
He has been fined for incitement against an ethnic group after calling Islam a religion of theft and pedophilia.
Like the false idea that gay men have a high propensity for pedophilia.
And the pedophilia story, though awkwardly handled, at least raises gripping issues.
A West Chicago man convicted of child abduction and whose trove of writings contained disturbing imagery of his fixation on pedophilia was sentenced Thursday to 20 years in prison.
Weeks later, videos emerged of Yiannopoulos seeming to condone pedophilia.
Alex took to Twitter, challenging Stephen Colbert to a debate and posting Infowars stories on Trump's tax reform packages and human trafficking networks of pedophilia.
In February, just days after his appearance at Berkeley caused riots, videos surfaced showing Yiannopoulos making controversial comments about pedophilia and consent.
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Origin and Etymology of pedophilia
First Known Use: 1906See Words from the same year
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