He discusses how one day she’s going to be sexual with men, and therefore he helpfully instructs “Missy” to put her fingers in her vagina, practice sucking them, etc..On the other hand, he never invites his correspondent to meet him, never sends “Missy” money or gifts, never sends her pictures of adults having sex with minors.
Don't worry though if you dare to speak out you can guarantee some pathetic dude boy will label you a "prude" and accuse you of having sexual fantasies.They tried to get me to say that people’s fantasies indicate what they want to do in real life, which I wouldn’t. Jones’ calls and emails were typical grooming behavior.I pointed out the fundamental flaws in their reasoning: he had met “Missy” in a chatroom for adults, not for fans of Miley Cyrus or the Jonas Brothers (which is where you'd go to meet actual young people). I’ll send you money for a bus ticket.” So they switched topics, and asked plenty of questions about me: my work opposing the concept of “sex addiction”; my observations that America is panicked over distorted estimates of how many predators troll for kids online (I quoted scientific studies, including the latest one from Harvard); whether or not I believed it was OK for adults and 14-year-olds to have sex (which I wouldn’t answer, since there was no 14-year-old in this case), and many, many more. Afterwards, in private conversations, they told Mr. Was he really trolling for an actual kid to have sex with?His entire comment tells us about his own confusion especially when it comes to women.If you are engaging in child porn in anyway you deserve to be locked up, and physically castrated. As clearly explained by the author, there was no one pursuing anyone in this case. If the adult trying to get him to break the law thought there was any chance he would finally pursue a liason or any other criminal act, of course the sting would have continued until its success.