See from p. 19-20, p. 117-118, p.113-115.
The boy experiencing lustful sensations in his own body, enjoying them and desiring their satisfaction, is confronted with a dilemma. Either the authority who tells him these nice feelings are ugly and evil is a dirty liar, or he himself, desiring and delightning in them, must be dirty and corrupt. (p.85)
"Since sex may lead to trouble, boys substitute violence, drugs stealing, gambling." (p.92)
Fortunate the boy who finds the solution of this problem in the embrace of a loving man who teaches him to take a positive view of his sexual feelings and desires. (p.146)
Rossman (p. 153) mentiones an unpublished European study according to which "a majority of normal heterosexual adolescent boys found great pleasure in being fellated, and were highly aroused watching the act."
Rossman (p. 158) investigated 17 American cases concerning boys between the ages 12 and 15. One boy reported the incidence to the police, in this case in anger to get even with a man who, out of real affection for the boy, forced him to return to his parents after running away from home. One man confessed when parents tried to blackmail him. One boy told his friends of the fun he was having, whereupon one of these friends informed his parents. One boy was turned in by a jealous older brother, one by an aunt who found a letter from the man in her nephew's desk, two by neighbours reporting a boy beeing seen in the home of a single man late at night. Ten cases were discovered by the police; of these ten, six were discovered when looking for runaway boys, two then investigating thefts, one on finding a pornographic film showing a man and boy, one when stopping a car for speeding.
cited by Brongersma 1990, p.146-147, 193, 194, 205