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  The presumption of innocence - Roanoke.com
All are types of chronophilia in which the factor causing erotosexual attraction and love is the specific age range of the subject of attraction.
Chronophilias occur in oppositional pairs or polar opposites, with the chronophile often only desiring to be the age that is found so attractive.
In many cases, the chronophilias occur in individuals who never act out their paraphilias, or preferences for unusual sexual practices, in overtly erotosexual activities.
www.roanoke.com /editorials/commentary/wb/xp-21807   (1060 words)

 Qwika - similar:Pedophilia
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Chronophilia is a rarely-used term which refers to a group of paraphilias of the type in which the paraphile's sexuoerotic age is discordant with his or her actual chronological...
Societal attitudes towards homosexuality, construed in radically different ways, have varied over the centuries, usually exhibiting a combination of approbation, indifference and disapproval depending on the form of the relations.
www.qwika.com /rels/Talk:Pedophilia   (1451 words)

 Kids Help Phone - Ask a Counsellor Online
Friday, October 20, 2006, 6:13 PM In reference to the message I left questioning if I was diseased or something for liking older men, the newest intrigue I've developed is with a man that is 51.
I did a little research myself and came across two words: alphamegamia, and chronophilia...
I believe these are the names of the 'diseases' I believe I have...can you send me in some direction as to where I can get help/councilling or possibly a group that contains people like me so, I don't have to feel so left out of society?
www.kidshelpphone.ca /en/forums_en/ViewMessage.aspx?MSGID=63697   (167 words)

 Council for Advancement and Support of Education - Periodical Staff Writing - 2000 Judges Report
As they read the 48 entries, judges looked for stories that surpassed ordinary, all too prevalent tactics.
They came up with a list of things they do not want to read in leads: the classroom or office landscape, the date or time of day (judges wondered whether this obsession with date and time could be called "chronophilia'), or the professor's clothing (unless there is a conspicuous lack thereof).
They lamented the length of many stories attributing the excessive words to editors who were too lazy to chop or too pompous to believe that their readers might have other things to do in their daily lives.
www.case.org /Content/AwardsScholarships/Display.cfm?CONTENTITEMID=2285   (1244 words)

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