the great fandom migration
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
were reported to the National Center for Missing and Exploited
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 03:24 pm (UTC)
"Conveniently forgetting to mention just how many of those omgCHILDREN went looking for it. "
Nods. That's usually how I find it. How I've *been* finding it since I was 15.
Came across my mom's smut books accidentally, but now I choose to read it as choice. The Internet has contributed *far* more to my sex education than my parents.
My mom just gave me a book with the technical details (maybe to turn me off to sex? :s), and that was my sex ed (well that and watching women get raped, molested, beat and murdered on Lifetime).
I was 14, and I had a boyfriend who was overly...he wanted to do things before I was ready. Thankfully, we didn't see each other outside of school, but...I *know* he would've raped me (he was a horny 15 year old boy, and at the time, I was incredibly uncomfortable saying no) if he had the chance.
I think, if I had read rape fics at 14 (since I know my parents wouldn't have talked to me about it; let's face it, they're prudes!), I would've been able to *further* understand what rape was, and been able to realize that it's okay to say no, and that I have a right to say no.
And no, I don't condone rape. To be honest, I like reading rape fics not for the rape itself, but for the recovery that happens afterwards. To get to see the healing process and all that. I wouldn't wish rape on my worst enemy.