With the emergence of the internet many laws need to be enacted pertaining to having sex with minors.
I know it is a felony to use the internet to arrange a meeting with a minor with the intent of having real life sex.
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Look, I have two kids under the age of 10, and I think it's a valid question. " Of a more immediate concern to prosecutors is proving that the adult believed he was having cybersex with a minor.
I would assume that there are laws in different states, with varying degrees of severity. Without making arrangements to meet in real life (and thus demonstrating an expectation that his partner is, in fact, a minor), the adult can invoke the Naughton defense: it was all fantasy and roleplaying. ------------------ Never attribute to an -ism anything more easily explained by common, human stupidity.
To me, the real question is this: Assuming the two parties are in different states.... - - - I ain't a lawyer, but - "3) send self-sexual photos or video to a minor" - sounds like supplying obscene material to a minor, illegal most places in the US, and "4) receive self-sexual photos from a minor" - is called "child pornography" which is illegal to posess, no matter how you got it.
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