Michael Jackson's Dangerous Liaisons
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Michael Jackson's Dangerous Liaisons is a book by the writer and paedophile activist Tom O'Carroll, writing under the pen name Carl Toms, in which the author reviews extensively the controversially intimate relationships of the American singer Michael Jackson with young boys.
It was published in 2010 in the United Kingdom by Troubador Publishing Ltd.
J. Michael Bailey, professor of psychology at Northwestern University, reviewed it for Archives of Sexual Behavior. Describing the author as “an unapologetic pedophile”, he stated, “The book is fascinating, challenging and discomfiting. Anyone wanting to understand Michael Jackson will need to read it.” Bailey noted that the book takes “a pro-pedophilic stance” and argues “persuasively” that Jackson was “almost certainly pedophilic”.
Pega Ren reviewed it for Sexuality & Culture.
- Michael Jackson's Boys, 2005 documentary interview film by Helen Littleboy
- Leaving Neverland, 2019 documentary film about the experiences of Wade Robson and Jimmy Safechuck with Michael Jackson's behaviour towards them
- Bailey, J. Michael (December 2011). "Michael Jackson's Dangerous Liaisons: By Carl Toms. Padstow, Cornwall, TJ International, 2010, 623 pp., £20". Archives of Sexual Behavior. 40 (6): 1329–1332. doi:10.1007/s10508-011-9842-1. ISSN 0004-0002.
- "Carl Toms, Michael Jackson's Dangerous Liaisons". Sexualities. 14 (6): 750–752. December 2011. doi:10.1177/1363460711422322a. ISSN 1363-4607.
- Toms, Carl. Michael Jackson's Dangerous Liaisons. Leicester: Troubador, 2010. ISBN 9781848763401 Search this book on ..
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