Seething. Who hurt you, Anon? Why do you feel the need to finally resort to pulling bogus headcanon out of your ass? I want you to take a second to google your claims, go ahead and actually research if leading psychological studies reflect what your world views are. You may be shocked.While those raging hormones do make for higher attraction to sexual activity, it isn't as if there's anything damaging about ENGAGING in this activity given they're willing and there's no exploitation involved. These laws are set in place not on psychological findings, but moral ground. Even if they were, psychology is still a very new science that's consistently evolving and influenced by social construct. Or are we going to forget that homosexuality was psychologically considered a mental illness until recently, and that there were (ineffective) treatments commonly practiced to "cure" this illness.
I'm not asking my random fucks for ID before letting them into my door. If I'm attracted to them, I'm attracted to them.
If they're up for it, they're up for it and there's no way for me to prove anything so I'm not going to keep myself up at night thinking about it. At the end of the day, we're both wanting it, both enjoying it, and both parting ways after. I'm sure most are my age, but I've no way to confirm. I'm sure there are also some who aren't my age but look like someone in my age group nonetheless, whether that be way older or way younger than my group. I'm not bothering to get into their personal lives, because that's not what casual sex is usually about.
Again, you're projecting here. Nobody is getting hurt. All parties are willing, no parties are going to try digging into each other's personal lives, histories, social experience, etc. There's no commitment, and no coercion.Everything vile you're imagining exists as a projection from your head. At the end of the day, it's two (or more!) people who are doing what we biologically are wired to enjoy doing, safely.