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Submitted 9 May 2006

Is It Ever Okay To Use Child Porn?

Would it be okay to use child porn to satiate my sexual desires so I don't do something stupid with a real child? I know it would be wrong and I'd feel bad for the children involved. I know I'd be treading on dangerous moral and legal ground but I think it would be better then molesting children. However, sometimes I want to kill myself for having such evil thoughts. I was badly hurt by an older man when I was younger so I understand how much my actions could harm a kid. Why do I have such thoughts when I know how evil they are?

Andy, 17

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Submitted 9 May 2006

Hi Andy,

First, I'm so sorry to hear that you were so badly hurt by a man. Second, your thoughts aren't evil. Sexuality varies so much from person to person. Some people are attracted to the opposite sex, some to the same sex, and some to both. Some people have a strong sex drive, others have a weak one. Some people are attracted to the same age as themselves, some are attracted to young people, and some are attracted to old people. Different people want to do different sexual things. It's natural variation, just like people vary in their personalities, physical characteristics, talents, etc. Take a look at www.agetaboo.org/youth/messageyouth.htm , www.agetaboo.org/people/people.htm , and www.agetaboo.org/info/attraction.htm .

Now about porn. If a child is forced or somehow pressured to appear in it, I think that's a terrible thing and it's wrong to use it. I don't think I could enjoy looking at it. There are cases where boys freely make porn of themselves, or appear in it willingly when it's made by friends. People disagree about that kind of porn. Some say it's okay, others say it's thinking of boys as objects rather than people, or they worry that the boy didn't intend for everyone on the Internet to see it. Either way, it's illegal and just as dangerous as actually having sex with a boy. If you're caught, the penalties are almost as severe.

My recommendation is that you use legal pics that you can find on lots of sites. See boylinks.net for a list of sites. There are also several good boy/youth modeling sites, like beautifulyouth.com, madetomodel.com, www.rewindpictures.com/streetcorner.htm, youthtalentgalleries.com, and modelteenz.com. I find these sites very helpful!

Matthew
Agetaboo staff

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Submitted 15 May 2006

Honestly, I think its better to subdue to the lust, and not let it build up. If you dont look at it, it doesn't help the kid... the photos already there... why not take something bad... and use it to save another kid?

Vince (15)

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Submitted 17 May 2006

That is the normal reason for porn existing, to satiate desire. "They" say in some people, it heightens desire for real-life contact. You know the effect it has on you. Besides, never worry too much about what "they" say. Most kiddie porn is old and isn't hurting a kid or funding terrorism (the latest claim). It is, however, the tool that society uses to prosecute those that they otherwise can't build a solid case against.

You attract suspicion? You get the attention of local authorities? It doesn't take much "probable cause" for them to rush in and confiscate your computer. End of story. Today, having images on your computer is an incredibly serious offense. If at all possible, make sure your pictures are pretty safe. No frontal nudity. No sexual acts. After all, it's all about the imagination anyway, right? Personally, I like pix of naked kids playing volleyball on the beach... "If God had wanted us to run around naked, we'd a been born that way."

You are not evil. Society tells you that. Wants you to think that. Keeps you from talking to others and learning the truth. They want you to self-destruct. Or rot in prison. Please work on that. There are plenty of guys that don't have self-hatred issues. They are who they are, and it's merely a matter of self-control, as are all things in life. Please learn to like yourself, be comfortable with who you are, be your own best friend. This website exists for precisely that purpose.

Cody (17)

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Submitted 15 July 2006

This is for me just a confusing part. I agree with Vince, you can better use it if you want it, than go mad. For me it is also a way to deal with it, and keeps me safe. I thank God that it is not what I needed the most. Only keeping me away from boys in normal ways shall make me crazy. If you have it on your computer, that can't be safe for the people that want to protect such things. Sometimes I feel bad about it, and then I think what goes on after the scenes when I see a picture or film sometimes. I agree with Vince to use it when you need it, but we have to beware of some makers of some films or photos. You can't help boys to not see it, but we have to provide it somehow for society to protect new victims, maybe every day.

Boaboy (21)

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I'm thinking it's a better idea not to purchase or view pornography. You're funding a dangerous industry-- Many of the children you see are lied to, manipulated or abused, and while it is occasionally apparent which are which, the happy ones and the sad ones, it's best not to play with fire and stear clear of that whole gamut. And, even if everyone you're seeing was spoiled beyond belief, a few pictures are not worth years of your life beyond bars.

Instead, take Matthew's suggestion and delight in the wealth of legal pictures the internet provides-- try boyloveonline.net, which has a huge, free gallery, among other features.

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