Date: December 21, 2018
“Smith, Terry Parsons (1993): Effects of the child’s relative age appearance and attractiveness on vulnerability to pedosexual interactions. Dissertation. The University of Texas at Austin.
In one of the studies of this dissertation the author asked 34 male college-students about their sexual age preference and reports:
“(…) 7 reported finding children, teenagers and young adults equally attractive as sexual partners” (page 127)
This means in this small study 21 % (!) of the students had no sexual age preference.
In one big German study 4,1 % of men said in their life they had a sexual contact with a “child” but only 0,1% of men were more attracted by prepubertals than by adults.
Yet another research study, which strongly indicates what a lot of us have been talking about for years.