Daily Archives: May 21, 2016

M.A. Voice: Issue 09 – May 21, 2016…


Articles and content from Minor Attracted People [MAPs], presented in no particular order and without preference or discrimination. These are diverse viewpoints.

Date: May 21, 2016

01) Roamajous: Film recommendation and explanation

This is offered more for the thread discussion, than the individual post.

02) larry: Gordon was in a good mood that morning…

A fictional story.

03) todd nickerson: A near perfect article in the Medical Republic

04) Šimon Falko: Homosexuality, pedophilia…and stupidity

05) Šimon Falko: Explaining the pedophilic disorder in DSM-5

06) Filip30: Do Single Experiences of Childhood Abuse Increase Psychopathology Symptoms in Adulthood?


07) Filip30: Reactions to First Postpubertal Male Same-Sex Sexual Experience in the Kinsey Sample: A Comparison of Minors With Peers, Minors With Adults, and Adults With Adults

08) Filip30: Kinsey-study: Lots of boys enjoyed prostitution

09) Observer: Report on Correlates of Pedophilia Survey


10) Will Robinson: TOR users beware after December 1

11) Will Robinson: US Supreme Court Just Undermined Your Right to a speedy trial

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Other Issues

Saudi Arabia: We’re TOTALLY Fighting Terrorism, Bro…

Date: May 21, 2016

01) Saudi Arabia: We’re TOTALLY Fighting Terrorism, Bro

“Saudi Arabia is distributing a memo to lawmakers on Capitol Hill detailing its counterterrorism efforts in an attempt to blunt growing criticism, according to a Politico report.

The 104-page document covers the country’s security measures aimed at terrorists, financial measures to disrupt terrorist funding and anti-radicalization efforts, according to the report…

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A Right to Be Believed? Testimony in Sexual Abuse Cases…

Date: May 21, 2016

01) A Right to Be Believed? Testimony in Sexual Abuse Cases

02) Download Link [MP3]

“Sexual offences have frequently gone unpunished because victims have not been believed. This stands in the way of justice and constitutes an additional wrong; according to one victim, not being believed by the police ‘was almost worse than the rape itself’. In light of this, many have called for a ‘right to be believed’. But how can this be reconciled with the principle of ‘innocent until proven guilty’? And when, if at all, do we have a right that someone should believe our testimony? Our panel—a philosopher, a barrister, and a legal theorist—will debate these questions.”