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Wed, Aug. 8th, 2007, 04:00 pm
scarah2: I just want to make sure everyone has seen this buried subthread

We report child pornography to the NCMEC, as required by law.

Scroll down to markf's reply in particular. It's heavily implied that ponderosa121 and elaboration were reported to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Harry Potters Children.

I'm going to check innocence_jihad and if this isn't already there, I'm gonna crosspost it. Sorry if you see it twice, but I'm finding that a lot of people haven't lurked quite as aggressively as I have and haven't seen it.

Sun, Aug. 12th, 2007 03:16 pm (UTC)
mystalkershrine

I started reading porn when I was 11, actually. It was softcore in the form of a romance novel that you can find in any bookstore or library. I stopped reading books when I found I could find more descriptive stuff on the Internet for free (that happened when I was 15).

I have to say, it hasn't been the smut that's destroyed my childhood innocence as much as 9/11 and it's after effects.

Sun, Aug. 12th, 2007 05:04 pm (UTC)
sterling_sara

I started young too- but I still don't think teenagers constitute the largest group. If they are, no one has done a survey that the AFA could point to and say "There, that's where our stat came from." And consumer, as a term, implies that they paid for what they are consuming (in this case porn), which is much less likely.

Haha, I read books anyways, internet porn notwithstanding. :P I started with hardcore (the Penthouse mags my dad left in a box in the basement) and I was still a blushing innocent.