Oh, as for Stryder, when I think someone's a pedophile, I say it. I do think that in your case, Scott. I'm only pointing that as for someone who claims to be a sexual revolutionary, you sure don't declare what you think is okay. If you're not breaking the law, but like the idea of a blowjob from a 9 year old, say so. I like the idea of play rape. I don't want to be a rapist or rape victim. I think the fact that you're behaving like you're covering something up is what makes people want to puke. And this does relate to the topic. What makes a sex offender* is not someone fantasizing about sex with a 12 year old, having their adult partner act out a scene with them, and getting off on it. It's not illegal to have a bunch of Lolita short stories. The people who would actually exploit a child by looking at porn made with children or having sex with children are sex offenders*. And these are the people who justify their exploitation because the children still have their underwear on, or that oral isn't quite covered with a child. I don't fault anyone for what turns them on and I don't think getting off on something makes you any kind of sex offender. Doing it does, and lying makes you worse. Rather than justifying the urge to have sex with a kid or beat the shit out of someone you're sleeping with or rape them, what if we just lived out our desires in a sane, consensual way? "Gee, Brad, I really don't know why, but I get really excited about my partner giving a dog a blowjob and pretending to be a puppy." "Well, Amy, that's fucked up. I'm not doing that." "Would you maybe let our friend Susie dress up like a dog with strap-on?" "Oh, if I can have sex with Susie, sure." It sounds really stupid, but I think being open about sex and our desires is really key to having fulfilling sex lives without committing a crime or exploiting someone.