A collection of multimedia content about the lived experiences of MAPs
Created by MAPs
MAPs share the unique challenges and triumphs of living with stigmatized attractions
Leonard, a pedophile, shares his and other MAPs' stories of finding happiness, navigating relationships, and exploring questions of morality in this series of blog posts.
This selection of blog posts contains stories about Todd, a pedophile who was outed as a young adult and now uses his real identity to advocate for stronger social supports for MAPs and spread accurate information.
Compiled by the non-profit organization B4U-ACT, this collection of stories explores MAPs' experiences with depression, isolation, coming out to friends and family, and finding hope for the future.
A podcast hosted by Elliott, who interviews MAPs, allies, family members, and researchers on a variety of topics, including raising a family as a MAP, feelings of isolation, and coming out.
After being targeted and outed by vigilantes, Todd Nickerson now spreads awareness about MAPs and explores topics like morality in his videos. He also answers viewer questions.
News and Books
News articles and literature about minor-attracted people, written by professionals.
This award-winning article shares the story of Adam, a teenage pedophile, as he grapples with illegal content and the limited support options available to people like him.
Trigger warning for discussion of child abuse at the beginning of this article.
Award-winning child protection researcher, Allyn Walker, explores the intricate and emotional lives of MAPs and challenges widespread assumptions through a series of interviews in this groundbreaking book.
Through the lens of realistic fiction, this book explores common events in the lives of MAPs, including discovering their attractions, coping with confusing emotions while raising a family, and engaging in advocacy.
In this episode of the Psychology in Seattle podcast, a non-offending MAP is interviewed about his experiences growing up a MAP and living as a member of a stigmatized group.
Share Your Story
Help others feel less alone by taking the time to talk about your experiences as a MAP or ally.