Quelle: Loving Boys, Dr. Edward Brongersma, Foerster Verlag, 1991.
Leonid Kameneff, head of the “Ecole en Bateau,” (an experimental French educational enterprise) has in his possession the diary of a precocious eleven-year-old boy. Jerome went to a boarding school, but on weekends he was allowed to visit his adult friend.
Here is what he wrote in his diary:
“Last night, after lights-out in the dorm, I conjured up your image. Here’s what happened. Ten o’clock. The light went off.
That’s when it happened.
I closed my eyes and took you in my arms.
I caressed your body, all over, from head to toe.
I kissed you:
I love you.
Your hands travelled all over my body and then you stopped.
As for me, I was moving my head down lower and lower, and while I was bringing you to greater and greater heights of passion, your hand was stroking my hair with more and more urgency.
I flung my arms around you and you hugged me.
I kissed you. Then our legs entwined.
I clung in your arms.
I kissed you.
And I fell asleep,
so glad… "
“I love him.
I want to show him all the love I feel for him.
The best way is to do this physically, with our bodies. I want us both to be crying for joy.”
“You showed me the way to Paradise. I usually go to you Saturdays. These Saturdays are pure paradise.”
“l love to make you happy.”
“Jerking off alone–that takes me to the Little Paradise.
Then I meet you,and together we go to the Great Paradise, which people can only enter as couples.”
“I love you. I adore you.
I couldn’t live one week without you, because I love you.
My body trembles against your body when it feels yours trembling against it.
I could shout my love to the whole world! I could weep with it.
I love you.
I’ll say it again, on my knees:
I love you!”
(Kameneff 1979, 131-13
[It is unknown to JUMIMA what the reference ‘131-13’ means]