According to hostile and unconfirmed sources, AP went to school in San Fransisco. At the point he became publicly visible as an activist, he had lived in Europe and had then moved to Panama.
During his period of infamy, AP made occasional mainstream media and TV appearances. These included Episode 4 of BBC’s 2008 pop-psychology series “Am I Normal”, in which he was grilled by celebrity science communicator and clinical psychologist Tanya Byron. Unfortunately, this short interview was heavily edited, with AP’s contributions frequently being interrupted as the camera cut to Byron's concerned expressions.
In March 2007, AP was involved in a controversy, in which adverse publicity forced him to remove the pictures of then-President Barack Obama’s children from his website.
The now defunct and only partially/privately archived Puellula was launched in 2002 or 2003. In it, AP expounded his philosophy about pedophilia and calls for tolerance of pedophilia and the abolition of Age of Consent laws. He wrote a Manifesto, with self coined terms such as Amarsi and Amarso to define the type of relationship/love that he describes.
Common myths about pedophiles were discussed and he explained (using the terms mentioned above) how his definition of pedophilia was different from the socially accepted definition.
AP believes that children and adolescents have the ability of making informed decisions about sex, and therefore can consent to sexual activities, and be part of adult-child sexual/romantic relationships that are based on love, not abuse. The website also encouraged others to share their testimonies and covers the topic of ethical issues extensively in regard to pedophilia.
- Amaros.info - the former Puellula archive in zip form - text only.
AP has asked for his privacy to be respected, however, his television interviews from the late 00s are freely available online, having been shared on a website run by a one-time close associate. They serve as a useful historical precedent of a Minor Attracted Person negotiating the mainstream media.
- Free Speech Tube - One of AP's interviews is archived here (in 5 parts).
- Interviewed (YouTube Link - identical)
- ABC News
- 2004 Interview