If you are having problems logging in after our change of primary domain, please clear cookies/site data from newgon.net and yesmap.net. This can be done in your browser settings.

Anti-contact

From NewgonWiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Part of NewgonWiki's series on
minor-attracted identities
Starting Guide | Community | Pediverse
MAP | NOMAP | AAM | Neologisms
"MAP" Origins | Flag | Movement
Political history: MAP & LGBT Alliances
Philias: Ephebo - Hebe - Pedo - Nepio
Gender and attraction: BL - EL - GL
Pederasty/Gay BL | Korephilia/Lesbian GL
Pro-c | Neutral-c | Anti-c
BLogo | GLogo
Category: Minor-attracted people
Template:MAI - This template

Anti-contact (or simply "anti-c") is a term used to describe a person - often an MAP or ally, as philosophically disagreeing with the idea of minor-adult physical/sexual relations. This contrasts with pro-c (pro-consent/choice/contact) beliefs, although in reality they exist on a spectrum, with many underpinning themes such as intrinsic harm. Within paraphilia and shipping/fiction circles, the term is used in reference to other inclinations such as Zoophilia.

There are a range of anti-c positions:

  • Consequentialist anti-c (c-anti-c [neologistic - suggestion]). In this instance, celibacy is called for in the present climate. Such an individual might maintain they are not presently interested in Age of Consent reform, or consider it a topic of lesser importance. Supporters of very limited reforms might sometimes also self-describe as anti-contact.
  • Anarchist anti-c. Surprisingly, some anti-c's are Anarchists (and thus, anti-prohibitionist). They tend to believe that punitive state norms should be addressed, and that communities are (under the right circumstances) capable of finding a peaceful way of resolving what they believe to be inappropriate relationships between younger and older people.
  • Outright-anti-c (o-anti-c [neologistic - suggestion]). Holds that under no present or future circumstance, can any sexual contact between minors and adults be entertained. Usually, said person believes that such actions are ethically or morally wrong, in the absolute. They tend to favor both prohibition and prevention, and may (but not always) exclude pro-c's from their inner-circle. In some extreme cases, they may ask pro-c's to enter therapy.

The 2016 research of Bailey and also Jahnke in 2019[1] would appear to suggest that anti-c beliefs are not related to lower levels of offending. This is most likely because some pro-c positions are relatively moderate and pro-celibacy, while overstated anti-c beliefs can arise as a result of poor self-control and moral guilt.[2] Research might later be conducted to determine whether outright pro-c and outright anti-c beliefs are correlated with high frequency of adult-minor sexual contacts, whilst more moderate pro and anti-c positions are related to non-offending.

Ideology

Anti-contact NOMAP ideology is defined in said article.

Where anti-c meets anti; not all anti-c perspectives are as extreme as this one

Naïvety

Anti-c activists are often accused of being naïve regarding online security, forgoing basic precautions such as preventing others from linking their profiles. While anti-c's haven't been the only ones to make basic errors, online vigilante information-gathering campaigns claim to have exposed the personal details of numerous prominent anti-c activists in 2022 alone.[3] In one instance, a newly recruited social media manager for Virped lost their seven-year old social media account after posting provocative messages concerning a pamphleting campaign. That same year, a person (allegedly a MAP) affiliated with Prostasia Foundation and various other websites involuntarily outed himself to "The Predator Alert" on Twitter.com, resulting in him losing his job at a preschool. Pro-c online activists who have a history of infiltrating Wikipedia as early as 2004/5 have simply used fake accounts bought with cryptocurrency to stir up media controversies, attracting millions of views without the attendant risks.

Explicitly anti-contact organizations

A problem for anarchist anti-c MAPs is how some anarchist concepts such as prison abolition, introduce dilemmas that backfire on MAPs
  • Virtuous Pedophiles (other organizations such as B4U-ACT are sometimes wrongly described as anti-c, despite not taking an official position).
  • Prostasia Foundation - Technically, this is a charity that provides services to MAPs and not a MAP organization.
  • Most SOL Reform organizations such as NARSOL are not seen as actual MAP organizations (since not all RSOs are MAPs and vice versa). SOL Reform Organizations typically focus on registry reform and fairer post-release restrictions.

See also

External links

Anti-c perspectives.

References