Peter Righton and Morris Fraser’s Chapters in ‘Perspectives on Paedophilia’

WARNING – Upsetting Material

The following are the chapters by Peter Righton and Morris Fraser in Brian Taylor (ed), Perspectives on Paedophilia (London: Batsford Academic and Educational Ltd, 1981). Righton is here listed as Director of Education at the National Institute for Social Work; Fraser as Consultant Psychiatrist, University College Hospital, London. Other chapters by Brian Taylor and Ken Plummer, and the bibliography in the book, can be read here.

Peter Righton, ‘The Adult’, pp. 24-40.

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Morris Fraser, ‘The Child’, pp. 41-58.

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6 Comments on “Peter Righton and Morris Fraser’s Chapters in ‘Perspectives on Paedophilia’”

  1. […] Peter Righton and Morris Fraser’s Chapters in ‘Perspectives on Paedophilia’ (5/6/14) […]

  2. […] earlier posted the chapters by Peter Righton and Morris Fraser in Brian Taylor (ed), Perspectives on Paedophilia (London: Batsford Academic and Educational Ltd, […]

  3. […] Here and here I have posted key chapters from an earlier important PIE-related publication, Brian Taylor (ed), Perspectives on Paedophilia (London: Batsford Academic and Educational Ltd, 1981). Later I will post material from another volume, Mark Cook and Glenn Wilson (eds), Love and Attraction: An International Conference (Oxford: Pergamon, 1979), which came out of the notorious conference in 1977 at Swansea. […]

  4. […] then in 1981, Righton published his most blatant article to date, ‘The adult’, in Brian Taylor (ed), Perspectives on Paedophilia (London: Batsford, 1981)…. Drawing upon an unholy canon of paedophile writers, Righton made the case for sex with children […]

  5. […] in the chronology below):  “In 1981, Righton published his most blatant article to date, ‘The adult’, in Brian Taylor (ed), Perspectives on Paedophilia (London: Batsford, 1981), pp. 24…. Drawing upon an unholy canon of paedophile writers, Righton made the case for sex with children […]

  6. […] The main man this story is about it Peter Righton, a social worker who rose in prominence in the UK back in the ’70s in relation to being considered an expert on child protection. That man, later convicted for child pornography and exposed publicly as a pedophile, as well as found to be linked in with several other pedophiles including involvement on the site Pedophile Information Exchange (P.I.E.), was accredited with writing the following in a 1981 textbook titled Perspectives on Paedophilia: […]


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