Adult survivors of child pornography sought for survey about post-victimization help needed and received.

Are you an adult survivor of child sexual abuse that involved sexually explicit images taken of you when you were age 17 or younger? If so, please consider helping others by taking an anonymous online survey, which aims to find ways to help meet the complex needs of victims of this crime.

The survey is funded by the Department of Justice, Office of Victims of Crime. It asks about help you received, barriers to getting help, and suggestions for improving how victims of these crimes are treated by police, prosecutors, courts, and counselors. It also includes a few general questions about the crimes that you experienced. You are free to skip any questions you do not want to answer and you will not be asked for any information that could identify you.

Click here to find out more information and take the survey.

The above research study has been approved for distribution to users by the MaleSurvivor Research Committee. Participation in any of these approved, posted studies is completely voluntary and any participant can withdraw from a study at any time. If you have questions about the IRB approval process, concerns about this study, or questions or why a study has been approved for the MaleSurvivor site, please contact ann.boyer@mssm.edu or lgallo@lagcc.cuny.edu