I'm honestly not concerned on any level about anything but real child molestation. Seriously, as long as no one is getting raped or violated in the real world, I don't see it as truly harmful. Hell, half of anime (I don't mean just pervert stuff, but even mainstream) has moments of sexual activity of minors all over the place. In terms of text, I've detailed a thing or two online about sexual situations, and I was a minor for them. If you look into any topic of masturbation or sexual activity online, you're going to get stories, and chances are incredibly high that they're going to involve minors, and even higher that those aren't just stories, but real. A real story about being raped when you were younger is still a story. Making up a story about how you were raped is yet another story. Narrating a rape/molestation scene of a child or minor is still just a story, real or not (and in this case, it wasn't, right?). All it takes is a minute of thought and you yourself can think of some terrible things. Typing it out is just a way to recall those thoughts and allow others (or yourself) to read over them. and endure them freshly. Does thinking about it and actualizing it in your mind count, too? It shouldn't. Even art depicting it is an expression. If a people drew pictures of themselves as a minor in a sexual situation, does that count as simulated child pornography? Because, all in all, they're simply different means of the same idea - conveyance of thought. And if it were them, shouldn't they have a say in what it's used for? Honestly, if someone gets off looking at boots, should they be banned from a boot store? They're allowed to buy their boots and house a collection. But what about the person who just collects boots. Should he not be allowed to collect boots because the last guy used them improperly? And even that first man is judged by his actions because a prior man was caught ripping the boots and getting off on them. I don't think everyone has the same agenda, regardless of how normal the world wishes we were. Besides, what's illegal now is only a testament to what's acceptable in this day and age. This is the Age of Indecency, after all.