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Suffolk County District Attorney Garrett Byrne found the men had used drugs and video games to lure the boys into a house, where they photographed them as they engaged in sexual activity.
The men were members of a "sex ring"; Byrne said the arrest was "the tip of the iceberg".
In 1994 the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) adopted a document called "Position Statement Regarding NAMBLA", which said GLAAD "deplores the North American Man Boy Love Association's (NAMBLA) goals, which include advocacy for sex between adult men and boys and the removal of legal protections for children.
These goals constitute a form of child abuse and are repugnant to GLAAD." Also in 1994 the Board of Directors of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force (NGLTF) adopted a resolution on NAMBLA that said, "NGLTF condemns all abuse of minors, both sexual and any other kind, perpetrated by adults.
The next year, after some lesbians threatened to picket, the Cornell University group Gay People at Cornell (Gay PAC) rescinded its invitation to NAMBLA founder David Thorstad to be the keynote speaker at the annual May Gay Festival.
In the following years, gay rights groups tried to block NAMBLA’s participation in gay pride parades, prompting leading gay rights figure Harry Hay to wear a sign proclaiming "NAMBLA walks with me" as he participated in a 1986 gay pride march in Los Angeles.
There is strength in unity and openness." Mike Echols, the author of I Know My First Name is Steven, infiltrated NAMBLA and recorded his observations in his book, which was published in 1991.
Republican Senator Jesse Helms proposed a bill to withhold Gregory King of the Human Rights Campaign later said, "NAMBLA is not a gay organization ...