Would you feel dirty if you had a dream, whilst underage, about doing it with your teacher? No? Then stop bloody fretting about it. It's a fictional medium and like in Vegas, what happens in fiction, stays in fiction.
Stop asking and piss off. This kind of makes me glad feminism lost the war in Russia. At least there's one society that's completely impervious to this bullshit.
Here are the laws of your Russian cultural paradise: while consumption of pornography is legal, the sale and production of any pornography, as of 2015, is illegal in Russia. Russia has banned numerous porn sites within their country. Possession of fictional depictions of underage sex (hentai would be on the extreme end of this) is highly illegal, punishable with between 2 and 15 years of imprisonment.
* Enacted. Not enforced.
Such is the way of most of Russia's more Draconian laws. Hell, soliciting is illegal according to the law and the frigging president said people using it weren't an issue! With the exception of the PHB ban (which was actually the result of posting politics as videos), it's all loosely enforced (or not enforced at all). Same with the US in some states regarding the thing below...
I also heard the legal age of consent in Japan was 14 years. If you move to Japan and you have a daughter at 14years that consented to an adult you'd rip his fucking head off
Would you do the same if your 14 year old son had sex with an adult? Or are you a sexist?
As long as they use protection and they aren't into shady stuff, I probably wouldn't mind. If it's safe and consensual and everyone knows, I have few reservations. Just don't make this into a routine.
Helicopter parenting and just always being there for children are different things and America has to learn the distinction.
Just want to point out, that under federal law (for America), possession or distribution of material that shows a minor engaging in sexually explicit conduct, even if the minor depicted is animated/computer generated, is illegal. Jail time can be anywhere from 5 to 40 years if I remember correctly. Just a fair warning for those in America.
Lots of magas featuring sexualized underage girls are licensed aand sold in the US, to love-ru is an example. Legalized, licensed and published in US.
Thus the "unenforced laws". Often, the laws are intended to placate a very vocal and conservative segment of the population that the politicians need to get their way. They differ from "active measures" (like what Sony and California are pulling off) that effectively attempt to suppress stuff they don't want rather than just asking people keep it in their bedrooms.
It was Britain, it is America, tomorrow France and next year, the world...
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