MAPs Wanted for New Study on Sexual Fulfillment

B4U-ACT is supporting a new study from researchers at Nottingham Trent University in the United Kingdom. The research project aims to understand how people who are sexually attracted to children view sexual satisfaction and fulfillment.

People age 18+ who are attracted to children are invited to participate via an anonymous, audio-only interview. Interested potential participants can contact the lead researcher at the following email address:


The researchers have provided the following message with additional information about the study:

This project hopes to explore how people with a sexual attraction to children view and experience sexual satisfaction and fulfilment. We hope to better understand how sexual satisfaction is (if at all) achieved and the impact this has on your wellbeing and different aspects of your life. You do not need to feel completely (or at all) sexually satisfied or fulfilled to take part – the research is focussed on your experiences and views around this as someone who is attracted to children and so all perspectives are welcomed.

Interviews are generally conducted via Microsoft Teams with no video – you do not have to register for an account to use this, you can be sent the link to join so you can remain anonymous if you wish to. We can also consider other interview methods if you would prefer. If you would like to take part, have any questions, or would like more information please email me directly (ellie.woodward@ntu.ac.uk).

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