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And after a thousand emails and phone calls, he never said anything like, “Let’s meet. Jones’ lawyer that I was clearly an expert, warm and persuasive, and that they had learned a great deal from me about psychology and sexuality. We can't know—although practically nothing in his behavior indicated that he was.
They said they were troubled by the flaws I had pointed out in the prosecution’s case, and they laughed at the D. Several said if they were ever in trouble, they hoped they’d be represented in court as well as Mr. He didn't do any of the things that an adult would do if that were their intention.
But, yeah, I’m probably the only teenage boy who would’ve felt that way.
(Queue Stacy’s Mom, by Fountains of Wayne.) But failed gender swapping point aside, If any adult male or female actually sought out sex with a teenager of either gender who was younger than whatever the currently legislated age of consent is the relevant state—who wouldn’t rightly be up in arms?
I’m on my way home from Denver, where I testified as an expert witness at a deeply troubling trial—a trial that has become way too common in America. Jones”, goes into a Yahoo adult chatroom, and makes it clear he wants to have conversations about sexually dominating a young person.
More politically-minded people enjoying playing an erotic fantasy game involving Madeleine Albright and Henry Kissinger. The prosecution tried to get me to say that most people who fantasize are sick, which I wouldn’t.They tried to get me to say that people’s fantasies indicate what they want to do in real life, which I wouldn’t. Jones’ calls and emails were typical grooming behavior.I pointed out the fundamental flaws in their reasoning: he had met “Missy” in a chatroom for adults, not for fans of Miley Cyrus or the Jonas Brothers (which is where you'd go to meet actual young people). I’ll send you money for a bus ticket.” So they switched topics, and asked plenty of questions about me: my work opposing the concept of “sex addiction”; my observations that America is panicked over distorted estimates of how many predators troll for kids online (I quoted scientific studies, including the latest one from Harvard); whether or not I believed it was OK for adults and 14-year-olds to have sex (which I wouldn’t answer, since there was no 14-year-old in this case), and many, many more. Afterwards, in private conversations, they told Mr. Was he really trolling for an actual kid to have sex with?Why would there be more fury if the fake teenager was male and the target female?When adults actually do seek sex with teens, isn’t society usually more outraged by men chasing teen girls than by women chasing teen boys?