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Sexual ageplay has been of particular concern within massively-multiuser online games (MMOG) such as SL due to the fluid and anonymous nature of these virtual social environments; being flexible playing platforms in which users (hereafter referred to by their preferred moniker of residents) can socially interact with other residents in real-time through highly manipulatable avatars in ways not unlike in the real world, but unfettered by social and physical boundaries (Zhou et al. Residents can have one or more avatars (known colloquially as an avi or ava) that are created to represent anything or anyone they wish.
This can be inanimate as well as animate objects, real or mythical, like the resident (or an aspect of themselves) or not.
In real life, such behaviours between consenting adults may be considered as unusual, a fetish, or even deviant, but they are not illegal because they are all consenting adults (Richards ).
However, although virtual sexual ageplay is essentially the same behaviour but online, it is regarded as much more problematic: as the simulated sexual abuse of children in online environments (Reeves ).
The analysis of this talk explores the cultural understandings of this banned behaviour and beliefs about the nature of Second Life which underpin residents’ likelihood to report sexual ageplay and so comply with the Community Standards.
In considering these issues the paper is able to highlight issues regarding the unique cultural position of abuse against children and key concerns which underpin the reporting behaviour of residents.
He argued that the environment of SL is so large, diverse, lacking in community reciprocity and agreement on what the rules should be, as well as characterised by poor monitoring and policing, and inefficient penalties for code violations that SL will always fail to be adequately managed through a social rule based code.) notes, is not only the vastness of SL but the range and diversity of residents.
This relates to not only their RL location and legal contexts, but their diversity of cultural and moral associations, beliefs and understandings in respect to ‘child’ sexual activity, online sexual activity and online morality.
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Residents can change the appearance of avatars through changing the nature and look of their features, size, shape, clothes, colour and so on, so that each avatar is a highly constructed and often artistic image.