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The Pediverse (a portmanteau of "pedophile" and "universe", deriving from the widely-used term "Fediverse") is an ensemble of federated (i.e. interconnected) servers or services that are used by MAPs and allies for web publishing (i.e. social networking, microblogging, blogging, or websites) and file hosting.

While independently hosted, users on these servers can communicate with users on other servers, although one server owner may freely decide to block other servers, or promote particular servers to their userbase. On different servers (technically instances), pediverse users can create profiles on what are typically open-source social media platforms modeled on popular social networks such as Twitter. These profiles are able to communicate over the boundaries of the instances because the software running on the servers supports one or more communication protocols that follow an open standard.

As an identity on the pediverse, users are able to post text and other media, or to follow posts by other identities. In some cases, users can show or share data (video, audio, text, and other files) publicly or to a selected group of identities, and allow other identities to edit other users' data (such as a calendar or an address book).

Pediverse players

MAPs have been proactive in setting up federated/decentralized communication platforms, because of well-founded fears centering on censorship and harassment, mental health and validity policing.


These are the better-known social instances, all of which permit communication with one another, and prohibit CP sharing and other illegal activity. Some of them host other platforms, such as decentralized video sharing (Peertube).

Although MAP social networking sites had existed before it, (created in May 2020) was the first true Pediverse social in the wider Fediverse. NNIA runs on Mastodon, and Anti-contact predominates, due to restrictions on contact debate/discourse. Putting aside the restrictions against contact debates, NNIA is home to a lot of identity discourse not seen elsewhere.

Similar to NNIA (runs on Mastodon), with less restrictions on discourse. According to them, their userbase "includes paraphiles, the mentally ill, queer folk, transX folk, and people with any other non-normative or heavily stigmatized identity." Is relatively easy to join, and known as the place some NNIA users take advantage of the more relaxed rules.

An invite-only instance that runs on Pleroma, and hosts some better-known members of our community. Pro-c predominates.

Runs on Pleroma, membership by application.

Real-time chat

Numerous servers host Matrix accounts and promote lists of rooms with varying degrees of openness to MAPs. (funded by us) is one such example, promoting an activist workgroup called PCMA, which links up with various others. Other servers are and, and these permit sharing of lolicon type manga, unlike Yesmap, which also has file sharing, cryptocurrency, social account creation and phone verification facilities for trusted members.

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