B4U-ACT is collaborating with researchers at the University of Lincoln to support a study titled "Investigating the Experiences of People Who Have a Sexual Interest in Children." Those who are 18 or older, have ...
Minor-attracted people are being asked to participate in research from Nottingham Trent University aiming to develop a theory of sexual identity development in MAPs. Participation involves ...
Adults who have sexual thoughts or fantasies that involve minors are being asked to participate in a study being conducted by Siri Gillespie, a PhD candidate at Widener University's Center for ...
For context on how MAPs have been impacted during COVID-19, we reached out both to therapists in our referral program and to minor-attracted people in various online communities.
B4U-ACT is collaborating with Mary Morris, a student researcher at Adler University, to support a study on the development and understanding of sexual identities of minor-attracted people. English-speaking minor-attracted people are invited to participate in an audio-only interview on this topic.
People identifying as MAPs are being asked to participate in research being conducted by Dr. Rebecca Lievesley and Dr. Craig Harper at Nottingham Trent University, with consultation from B4U-ACT.
B4U-ACT is collaborating with researchers at the University of Houston-Victoria to support a study on experiences of accessing professional support among MAPs. Minor-attracted people who have never engaged in illegal sexual activities involving minors are invited to participate via an anonymous audio-only interview.
B4U-ACT is collaborating with researchers investigating social support in online forums for minor-attracted people. If you are a MAP who meets the study requirements, please consider participating.