Adult chat virginia
However with videocams and chat rooms being formed by the hundreds, is it illegal for an adult to 1) chat sexually online with a minor, 2) have "cybersex" with or without live video with a minor, 3) send self-sexual photos or video to a minor 4) receive self-sexual photos from a minor or 5) engage in phone sex with a minor...
Bring condoms; the local brands are reputedly dicey. Im not saying children which I think are classified 13 and under) get in those chat/video rooms and its like having free candy in a candy store to them. and Im sure laws will be enacted to prevent it, but are they in place now? - Rick Chatting with someone who ends up being underaged likely wouldn't be a legal problem if they didn't indicate that they were a child.
- MC Minor= Under 21 child, or underage= Under age of consent (18, california). Yes they are not supposed to be there, but they are bombarded with indecent video snapshots etc... Virginia law prohibits any person over 18 from "Propos[ing] that any [child under 15] feel or fondle the sexual or genital parts of such person or propose that such person feel or fondle the sexual or genital parts of any such child; or [p]ropos[ing] to such child the performance of an act of sexual intercourse or any act constituting an offense under 18.2-361..." The key element is 'proposing' - not actually doing, or even being physically present. 18.2-361 prohibits "Carnally [knowing] in any manner any brute animal, or carnally know[ing] any male or female person by the anus or by or with the mouth." Also a felony. If they did represent themselves as a child, as long as you had a reason to suspect that they were engaging in a fantasy (like them talking about a job before cyber sex, then acting young) you'd probably be okay.