We have been made aware of the fact that Yesmap's (now disabled) Matrix server was entered under false pretenses by the hostile editor of a supposed "MAP" website some months ago. While some screenshots/logs have been shared (including those of members suffering from mental-health and legal problems), no personally identifying information has been leaked. We are currently compiling a dossier of malicious and criminal activity we believe the publishers of this website are responsible for, and will soon publish and promote it.


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Contact-neutral (or neutral-contact, contact-agnostic or neutral-c) is a term used to describe a person - often a MAP or ally, as expressing no decisive opinion on minor-adult physical/sexual relations. Those who are contact-neutral oppose being labeled as anti-c (anti-contact) or pro-c (pro-consent/choice/contact).

There are many reasons one may identify as contact-neutral, such as not having developed a strong opinion, the refusal to participate in contact discourse, and/or wanting to remain apolitical.

Some pro-reform individuals also use "neutral-c", because while they favor changes in social attitudes on relations between minors and adults, they believe changes to laws must follow the addressing of power imbalances for example.

Contact-neutral organizations

  • B4U-ACT - takes a neutral stance on contact discourse, preferring to focus on mental health and the stigma of minor-attraction.
  • Various community forums, chats and instances have resorted to banning pro-c and sometimes also anti-c commentary to maintain decorum. These communities tend to lean anti-c both in their management and membership. "Pro-reform" individuals generally oppose these limitations.

See also