I don't know how popular (or if it is even heard of) outside of the USA but sometimes (for shits and giggles) I watch Dateline NBC's To catch a predator. The show basically catched adults (regardless of orientation) trying to get it on with allegedly under aged children (actually young adult actors) and are caught in the act (well not starting but coming to the house with sole intent). Cops then wait outside and arrest the pedophile (without intervention from NBC of course). The show kinda worries me on how adults can have a 'thing' for innocent underage children. Statutory Rape is a well established law in most modern countries. Minors are deemed incapable of 'consenting' to advances and argues that an adult would be 'corrupting a minor'. This is not only in regards to this matter, but minors aren't considered to have legal standing in contracts for this reason (needs endorsement of a parent/guardian). Kansas law further defines that with its "Romeo & Juliet" law. If someone more than 18 years old has 'relations' with someone underage that is more than 4 years younger, then it qualifies as statutory rape (if not the penalty is lower). I guess in some cultures it is widely accepted. And that is OK I guess if it is acceptable in respect to other's cultures. Some people may also fantasize too I guess. But there is a big distinction between fantasy and reality (like actually doing it). Morality is subjective to the people. But in the US, the majority dictates that this conduct is unacceptable. If and when that changes in the future, no one knows. Traditionally, the US is much more conservative then most places on Earth. I for this discussion will not even touch the topic of religion. But I just feel that younger children should be nurtured and cherished, not exerted upon. I personally have no attraction to young people. I prefer more 'grown up' people who have matured emotionally (and physically). But that is just my orientation. But in the US, shame to those who would cause ruin on the future lives of others (emotional distress, messes up their sense of right and wrong, etc). To me, there is no excuse or justification for this. If you really needed to at least go and 'rent'. That would be infinitely better than this. I would also like to take this chance to see what you guys think on this matter. Poll time! wewt! Poll is totally confidential.