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Rind: Reactions to Minor-Older and Minor-Peer Sex as a Function of Personal and Situational Variables

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Rind: Reactions to Minor-Older and Minor-Peer Sex as a Function of Personal and Situational Variables

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An interesting paper by somewhat controversial researcher Bruce Rind has just come out. The controversy that surrounds Rind is mainly about his previous study published in 1998 about self-reported harm of child sexual abuse which was criticised for its poor methodology and flawed conclusions that lead some people to conclude that the study underestimates the impact child sexual abuse has on its victims. You can find more about the controversy here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rind_et_al._controversy

The current paper is published here: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10508-021-02224-0?utm_source=xmol&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_content=meta&utm_campaign=DDCN_1_GL01_metadata

Felson et al. (2019) used a large-scale nationally representative Finnish sample of sixth and ninth graders to estimate the population prevalence of negative subjective reactions to sexual experiences between minors under age 18 and persons at least 5 years older and between minors and peer-aged partners for comparison. They then accounted for these reactions in multivariate analysis based on contextual factors. The present study argued that focusing exclusively on negative reactions short-changed a fuller scientific understanding. It analyzed the full range of reactions in the same sample, focusing on positive reactions. For reactions in retrospect, boys frequently reacted positively to minor-older sex (68%, n = 280 cases), on par with positive reactions to boy-peer sex (67%, n = 1510). Girls reacted positively to minor-older sex less often (36%, n = 1047) and to girl-peer sex half the time (48%, n = 1931). In both minor-older and minor-peer sex, rates of positive reactions were higher for boys vs. girls, adolescents vs. children, when partners were friends vs. strangers or relatives, with intercourse vs. lesser forms of sexual intimacy, with more frequent sex, and when not coerced. Boys reacted positively more often with female than male partners. In minor-older sex, partner age difference mattered for girls but not boys, and the minor’s initiating the sex (14% for girls, 46% for boys) produced equally high rates of positive reactions. Most of these factors remained significant in multivariate analysis. The frequency of positive reactions, their responsiveness to context, the similarity in reaction patterns with minor-peer sex, and the generalizability of the sample were argued to contradict the trauma view often applied to minor-older sex, holding it to be intrinsically aversive irrespective of context.
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Re: Rind: Reactions to Minor-Older and Minor-Peer Sex as a Function of Personal and Situational Variables

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The original research paper (1998):

A Meta-Analytic Examination of Assumed Properties of Child Sexual Abuse Using College Samples

Interesting re-visit of of the issue (2012):

Politically incorrect—scientifically correct

Full text of both articles available for free.