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Romeo and Juliet laws should be common sense.

A Romeo and Juliet law says it is not always a crime to have consensual sex with a minor. But the guidelines are very specific. Texas, for example, has a Romeo and Juliet law. It states that a person:

  • between the ages of 14 and 17 can consent,
  • with someone within three years of their age,
  • so long as the other consenting party is at least 14.

Sounds like common sense right? It prevents pedophiles or sexual predators and allows teenagers more freedom to do what they want. But a lot of states (including California the biggest state) does not have this law.

In California, under Penal Code 261.5 any person who engages in sexual intercourse with:

  • a minor less than three years younger (or older) is guilty of a misdemeanor,
  • a minor more than three years younger is guilty of a misdemeanor OR a felony,
  • a minor under 16 when the accused is 21 or older is guilty of a misdemeanor OR a felony.

Without this law, it means that: Teenagers cannot lawfully have sex with each other. You might think that’s a good thing because teenage pregnancy is bad, but you can’t stop human nature; teenagers are hormonal beings who most likely are going through or have gone through puberty; you’re telling me that you’re trying to stop sex between them by making it illegal? It’s a futile thing, and all it does is punish them for being human beings with desires.

And if you’re a senior dating a freshman? good luck once you turn 18. You’ve effectively become a criminal at that point once you decide to have sex with your girlfriend.

Every state should have Romeo & Juliet laws; it makes no sense not to have it.



Which are good sex movies to watch?

f you do a quick youtube search for Korean movies 18+ you will get a surprising number of results. For such a “conservative” society, they sure have a lot of sexy movies. I think they might even outnumber Japanese. (Of course China bans anything remotely sexual so you wont find any there). Japan is renowned for its large porn industry, but since porn is banned in Korea I am guessing they make it up with these movies instead.

They have ones involving lesbians (아까씨), high school / middle aged man fantasies (은교), teacher-student romances (Love Lesson), ones with manipulative women (Temptation of Eve), Mystery / Romance ones ( 욕망의 독: 중독), Joseon dynasty set pieces (The Concubine), more young girl-old man love pieces (욕망의 꽃), and truly Japanese-esque fetish movies; Boy falling in love with his mother? check. Banging flight attendants (complete with Asiana style uniforms)? check. Jealous ex’s raping the main characters? check. young women forced to do sexual favors for old men? check. Main character getting drunk and taken to love motels by random guys? check

Truly, it is quite surprising just how many there are and I think its partly a result of a repressed society (same reason why Japanese porn is so weird I guess?) One FYI I want to mention is that while cleavage is apparently perfectly fine to show in Korea, the parts “down under” are definitely not and you won’t see those explicitly.


Why is killing in video games seen as acceptable but sex in video games is not?

America is full of Christians. These Christians believe that owning guns for self defense and potentially killing someone is fine if its justified, but also think masturbation is a sin and you shouldn’t have sex before you are married. (Note: I am not blaming all Christians I think this is just one factor)

A lot of ‘sexy’ games these days have also faced backlash from SJWs and feminist groups which is another factor in why these games don’t get released in the West.

This seems completely contrary to Asia where (except China) sexual things are mostly allowed but guns and violence are not. That’s why you see WAY more sexy games/movies from Japan and Korea than from the USA but America definitely leads the pack when it comes to games/movies involving firearms.

It is rather strange and ironic, I know. I still don’t understand why this game:

This is just a girl in a bikini with her strap falling off. There’s nothing that bad here. You could potentially see that at the local beach. There’s no sex in this game. Just bikinis and boobs, thats it. But it was never released in the West because of potential backlash.


This game was censored in the West because of the BDSM like spanking mini game that happens in it. You know, stuff you could potentially do with your partner in the bedroom.

This game involves a torture scene that a sane person would never do in real life, yet is allowed without censorship in the USA.

This game where you kill people with rifles and an infamous airport scene where you murder people, is one of the best selling games in its series. (I am not singling out this scene in particular but its rather the whole genre of FPS shooters that are pretty violent)

Go figure…

in Asia most women wear miniskirts and show a lot of skin in a way that Americans would say are ‘scantily clad’ but for them its just a normal thing. Its a culture difference. I mean think about it I still don’t understand why a game having women in bikinis and stuff is somehow more objectionable than the common AAA games that have us murdering each other with machine guns. Its because in America we have become desensitized to violence and its ‘normal’ to us. Whereas in Asia showing a lot of skin is normal to them. Censoring any of these games doesn’t make sense, because being a pedophile in a game doesn’t make you a pedophile in real life any more than being a serial killer in a game makes you a serial killer in real life.