Adult phone role play
That's what makes America special—the government has to prove you're guilty, rather than you having to prove you're innocent.
More politically-minded people enjoying playing an erotic fantasy game involving Madeleine Albright and Henry Kissinger. The prosecution tried to get me to say that most people who fantasize are sick, which I wouldn’t.
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?
Your attempt to heighten outrage by switching the genders (real and imagined) actually weakens the outrage, in my decades of life experience.
I mean, seriously, as a former teenage boy myself, I would’ve totally been into a MILF-type sexting me even if she thought I was really just a fantasy role-playing adult.
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They were supposed to rely on the facts to decide whether the State had proven there was no “Mr. Jones believed he was talking to a real kid, and that he was talking to her about sex so he could ultimately arrange to have sex with her. Because you never know what sexual fantasy the government will criminalize next.