• Oct2021

    B4QR Issue 4 Out Now

    October 26, 2021

    The Autumn 2021 issue of the B4U-ACT Quarterly Review has just been released and is available here. This issue includes short critical summaries of five studies published between February and July ...

  • Minor-attracted people are being invited to participate in research from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand studying public and individual perceptions of MAPs, and their effects on MAPs' wellbeing.

  • Update 5/25/2022: The survey will be closing soon. Family members and close friends of minor-attracted people who have not yet participated are encouraged to do so now! ...

  • Sep2021

    B4U-ACT is collaborating with researchers from the University of Surabaya to support research on how MAPs relate to online pornographic or erotic material featuring "lolicon" and/or "shotacon."

  • Jul2021

    B4QR Issue 3 Out Now

    July 27, 2021

    The Summer 2021 issue of the B4U-ACT Quarterly Review, has just been released and is available here. This issue includes short critical summaries of seven studies published between February ...

  • The B4U-ACT referral service relies on counselors who have been vetted and approved to offer services to MAPs requesting help. But what skills are needed to become a mental health provider ...

  • Jun2021

    The University of Kent and Ghent University, Belgium, are currently conducting research through an anonymous online survey. The research aims to understand more about ...

  • 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 ...

  • Apr2021

    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 ...