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boylove

  1. n.
    An attraction to the male, by other males. That is not sexual in nature.

  2. An attraction to the male, by other males. That is sexual in nature.

  3. An attraction to younger male man, in the age group of 18 to 24 that is sexual

  4. Intergenerational relationship between legal adults males, That is sexual in nature.

  5. Intergenerational relationship with someone under the age of legal consent. That is not sexual in nature.

  6. Intergenerational relationship with someone under the age of legal consent. That is sexual in nature. As in Pedophile, one with a sexual attraction, and need for young boy, under the age of consent.

  7. Good discussion topics What is boylove?:
    To answer this question there are different types of boylove. To understand intergenerational relationship topics, we need to understand the words involved:

    PEDOPHILE
    Etymological meanings: Pedo- or paedo- is derived from the Greek word paidos, meaning "child." or "boy". The description 'Paedophiles' was used primarily to refer to men who fell in love with male adolescents in ancient times. In clinical use the word is generally used tp refer to an adult who is attracted to prepubescent children. There is a more criteria are usually set forth to define the form that attraction takes. in common, or lay meanings: An adult who is attracted to prepubescent children; an adolescent who is attracted to or molests younger children an adult who is attracted to minors; an adult who molests minors; an adolescent who is attracted to or molests younger children.

    HEBEPHILE
    Etymological meanings: According to the Liddell-Scott Greek-English Lexicon, the legal term hebe meant "the time before manhood, at Athens sixteen years of age"; according to another ancient source cited by Liddell-Scott, the time before fourteen, and according to an ancient source on Sparta, the time before eighteen. More generally, the HEBEPHILE meant "youth." note here boys in this age group are of legal age consent, in many parts of the world, And in some states, of the United States they are legal age. Clinical meanings: An adult who is attracted to adolescents; an adult who is attracted to adolescents younger than eighteen.HEBEPHILE is not commonly used in lay speech.

    EPHEBOPHILE
    Etymological meanings: According the Liddell-Scott Greek-English Lexicon, the word ephebos meant "one arrived at adolescence" – a youth of eighteen years or older, according to most ancient sources. The word was also used to mean"boy" or "young girl." Clinical meanings: An adult who is attracted to adolescents; an adult who is attracted to adolescents younger than eighteen; an adult who is attracted to adolescents eighteen and older. The EPHEBOPHILE is not commonly used in lay speech.

    PEDERAST
    Etymological meanings: As in the case of pedophile, pederast is derived from the Greek word paidos, meaning "child"or "boy.""Pederast was a synonym of paedophile, referring primarily to a man who fell in love with male adolescents. Scholarly meanings: A man who is attracted to boys, primarily male adolescents. Lay meanings: A man who is attracted to boys, primarily male adolescents; a man who has anal sex with boys.

    Now my question is what is the word for someone that is into intergenerational relationships, where the younger person is between the age of 18 and 24, what is the older person called?

    List of some words with definition, that are close but don't quite hit the mark:
    Gerontophilia: attraction to a partner whose age is that of different generation
    Hebephilia: men aroused by teenage boys
    Intergenerational: sex between partners with 20+ years age difference
    Alphamegamia: arousal from partner of different age group
    Alphamegamia - attraction to older men
    Anisonogamist: attraction to either older or younger partner