Mate, I fully understand being attracted to minors, until itdoesn't surpass the boundaries of 2d world, but giving advice on 'meeting' irl lolis or actually doing that is not okay in my opinion. Hope you understand my point.
You’re entitled to your opinion. Of course I comprehend your point, because yours is the opinion of the vast majority of society. You think I haven’t heard that before? Yours is a voice lost in a near-infinite sea of society which claims I’m wrong, evil, even foolish.
Where we differ is in our interpretation of the objective moralitythe metaphysical truth that exists outside human consciousness. The pertinent objective morality is this: It’s wrong to sexually abuse young people. You interpret the moral line of abuse as “meeting or actually doing that.” Well, to me, that’s patently vague. My idea of the moral line is “coercing a young person into behavior which could hurt them physically or emotionally now or in the future.”
Of course, I can’t guarantee that a person I advise won’t abuse someone by the standard I defined above. Nor can your state guarantee that you won’t kill a vanload of people when you drive your car. But like your driving instructor, I can provide guidelines, moral and technical training, and only give licensure (the keys to attracting lolis, if you will) to those I deem deserving. I only advise individuals whom I’ve vetted. And in this way, I make the world a little bit safer for lolis.