Sex Therapists Call for Legalization of 'Virtual' Child Porn

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Amsterdam sex therapists Rik van Lunsen and Erik van Beek have caused controversy by calling for 'virtual' imaginary child porn to be legalized to relieve the sexual urges of pedophiles.

The sex therapists are advocating that pedophiles view drawings or computer-generated images of children to "regulate their desires," reports the Daily Mail.

However, the Netherlands outlawed all sexual representation of children in 2002, even imaginary child porn, because technology made imaginary images too realistic.

Van Beek said: "I think that repressing your fantasies can lead to frustration and ultimately, for some types of pedophile, to a greater likelihood of doing something wrong."

"If you make virtual child pornography under strict government control with a label explaining that no child was abused, you can give pedophiles a way of regulating their sexual urges."

Van Lunsen added: "We don't make enough of a distinction in public debate between 'healthy' pedophiles, people who are not pedosexually active, and delinquent pedosexuals. We're not responsible for our thoughts or our fantasies, we're only responsible for one thing. our actions."

Psychotherapist Jules Mulder, of the De Waag clinic, opposes the idea of imaginary virtual child porn: "The proposal isn't really pertinent and for some people it will certainly increase the likelihood of going through with sexual abuse."

"It would also be very difficult to cover all tastes. Some want photos of naked children, others want children having sex while someone else wants an eight-year-old boy with dark hair and a certain look in his eyes. It's not possible to satisfy these different desires with a bit of virtual child pornography."

However, there is already a billion dollar industry manufacturing numerous types of imaginary child porn via Hentai cartoons, which are produced in Japan.

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