Yeah, you read it right. A little Sherlock Holmes action from Britain's Sky News TV turned up a virtual playground hidden behind a strip mall where girls that looked to be about age 10 offer sex acts to the player. Sky took it upon themselves to report "Wonderland", as it is called, to the British authorities. What's the word from Second Life founders Linden Labs, you may ask? Here's a shocker -- They are taking no action, insisting that all the members of Wonderland are over 18.
This is hardly surprising news considering the sex with unicorns news of a few months ago, but I still can't help but be disgusted. While unicorn fellatio is definately a sign that there isn't going to be a second date, it isn't hurting anyone since the creatures aren't real. If it floats your boat, have at it. Child porn, on the other hand, is a very real issue -- and having a virtual place that encourages it only allows people to act out deeply sick impulses. Some would say that it is better than having them act them out in real life, but for the love of God, who wants to act out diddling a twelve year old?
I suppose the upshot is, if you bang 'em young enough, they can't get pregnant. Dear God, I hate this game.
[Via FoxNews, thanks Joe!]
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