If you're too young or don't remember Milo Yiannopoulous for some reason, let me remind you that he was a rising star of the far right, associated with Breitbart. He was very influential among conservatives in his time but was cancelled one day after an interview in which he stated that he was abused as a child but enjoyed it, was an active participant in the relationship, would never call his adult partner an "abuser", and most importantly that this type of relationship is very common among gays.
So about 7 years ago, "they" cancelled him. As of this (2019) interview, he is in the process of preparing for a comeback. The way he views the abuse has changed dramatically - he would shoot all "degenerates" who engage in these relationships, because they are "predatory and unethical". In the interview, he explains what changed his view on the matter.
There's also a brief discussion of Rind's study (yes, this one), and on the whole it's a very interesting conversation (not only) about sexual abuse and the evolution of the perspective on it.
PS: I don't follow either of them closely. Years ago, when the controversy broke out, I knew there was someone named Milo Yiannopoulos, but I didn't care much. Recently I listened to a some interviews with Jordan B. Peterson, and although I don't like his opinions much, I find them very interesting.