She is curious about sex and together they openly talk about it. They share fantasies with each other and talk about what they would do sexually if they were together. However, even though they talk about would be like meeting and having sex, they have no actual plans of carrying out any of these fantasies in real life. Is this legal?
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It could be diseminating indecent material to a minor and violate federal and New York state law.
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Yes, there could be liability for engaging in this type of activity.
An 18 year old should know better, and a 15 year old is protected by the law because they aren't old enough to make their own decisions yet.
I recommend you suggest these friends stop talking about sex - and definately DO NOT think about sexting! Then their would be serious child pornography complications.
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