Survey on thoughts and feelings about child pornography

Hello,

I am a Masters student at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand working in a research group with two senior researchers, also from the University of Canterbury. For my thesis, I am running a survey on people’s thoughts and feelings about child pornography. I am interested in hearing from a range of people, including people who live with minor attraction.

The survey is completely anonymous. We will not know who you are, and we will not be able to find out who you are. Any information you provide in the survey will be completely anonymous and untraceable. We will not be collecting your IP address or any identifiable information about you. The survey is being hosted via SoSci. SoSci is a secure online survey platform that is TOR compatible. After completingthe survey, you may choose to go into an anonymous draw to win one of four Bitcoin prizes worth $100 USD each. The survey takes approximately 10 minutes to complete.

Please select the link below to find out more information and to complete the survey if you agree to participate.

https://www.soscisurvey.de/emotionproject2022/

Your assistance with the studies is greatly appreciated, and will help us better understand the needs of people who live with minor attraction. We would also appreciate if you are able to share this survey with other people who might be interested in participating, or let me know if you have other ideas on where I could advertise this survey.

We not here to judge, we are here to understand. We want to listen to your perspective and experience. I hope this helps you to feel comfortable participating in our surveys and answering honestly and openly.

Thanks so much.

Sincerely,

Researchers from the University of Canterbury

The project received ethics approval from the University of Canterbury Human Ethics Committee.

HEC reference number 2020/19

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Hello, and thank you for posting this!

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Does Virtual CP such lolicon count here? :thinking:

Good luck on your research!