Originally posted by wardk28
I would guess technically he didn't break any laws. So where does it go from here? Do they moniter his internet activity to wait on him to cross the
Offically no...however, I imagine children services may be getting involved and "suggesting" therapy for him in order not to make his life a
There is alot of threads about how intrusive the government is getting. So on one hand we know this guy has problems but hasn't broken the law. If or
when he does, it will be really bad for his daughter. On the other hand, the constitution still applies to him.
Psychologically speaking, fathers are very often attracted to their daughters...its a biological thing. Yes, consciously people will refuse to admit
that, however, it is what it is...happens in the animal kingdom, and we are animals.
The difference between us and animals is we don't mount em when we start to notice their beauty..sounds a bit big brother, but this guy probably just
needs social conditioning to keep his natural feelings bound up a bit better. The guy was just expressing some desires in a relatively harmless way,
however, he crossed a bit of a social line by doing even that, and should gain control...I mean, if he can do that, then the slippery slope will
dictate that he will then be looking at underage porn, then perhaps trying to sneak peeks in the shower, etc etc etc..will build until there is a
chance of a victim. So ya, getting caught is a good thing for him..early enough to get help without having a scarlet letter for life.
I think its important overall in society to stop denying feelings but instead, accept them and control them. denial only leads to unhealthy outcomes.