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Anti-pedophilia graffiti is scrawled in chalk on the campus of Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va.,, on Wednesday Nov. 24, 2021. An Old Dominion University professor announced that they will resign in the wake of threats made over their recently published book, which includes interviews of more than 40 adults who are sexually attracted to minors. The book argues that destigmatizing that attraction would allow more people to seek help and develop coping strategies against committing crimes and ultimately prevent child sexual abuse. Professor Allyn Walker said in a statement that their research "was mischaracterized by some in the media and online, partly on the basis of my trans identity." (AP Photo/Ben Finley)

Anti-pedophilia graffiti is scrawled in chalk on the campus of Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va.,, on Wednesday Nov. 24, 2021. An Old Dominion University professor announced that they will resign in the wake of threats made over their recently published book, which includes interviews of more than 40 adults who are sexually attracted to minors. The book argues that destigmatizing that attraction would allow more people to seek help and develop coping strategies against committing crimes and ultimately prevent child sexual abuse. Professor Allyn Walker said in a statement that their research "was mischaracterized by some in the media and online, partly on the basis of my trans identity." (AP Photo/Ben Finley)

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