Allyson Franklin, a doctoral student at John Jay College in New York City, is conducting a study investigating issues related to mental health, stigma, abstinence, and resilience among minor-attracted individuals who have abstained from sexual contact with minors since adulthood. The goal is to understand the opinions and experiences of minor-attracted people directly through interviews. Participants will be interviewed up to three times for 60-90 minutes each, and interviews can be conducted in person, over Skype, over the phone, or through web chat; whichever format is most comfortable for the participant. No identifying information will be requested. If you are interested in participating, click here for more information about the study and how to contact the researcher.