As various cultures past, present, and future have wildly different ages of consent or legal laws on children, I would like to know where the line would be drawn where a Mod would say, within the rules or totally against the rules and call in the boss for disciplinary action. Two categories could cause problems. Sex and occupation. Sex: For example Ancient Rome had child prostitutes and marketed them openly. A time traveler story set in that time period would be utterly shocked at how open and accepted it is. The making of black eunuchs required a method of castration that had a 10% survival chance and was nothing but mass murder on a wide scale by Ethiopian Christians of Black Male Children. Girls in Europe were married as young as 12 with 8 not being unheard of until relatively recently in the 19th Century and only recently have loopholes been plugged with minimum marriage age laws. Medieval Time Period Stories would have a hard time getting around their 28 year old king marrying a 12 year old girl to cement a political alliance of the 14 year old prince marrying an 8 year old princess to secure a peace treaty. Parents would arrange child marriages to ensure their kids had a future of relative wealth and security. In the US 19 States don't have minimum marriage age laws and the US has the most child marriages in the world, all of which are legal. Not something to be proud of. Many cultures have no nudity taboos or incest taboos. Especially Japan for the latter and nudity is accepted. Many cultures advertise and parents allow their girls to wear harem girl costumes, especially South America. Of course the US markets Bikinis to little girls as well. Some cultures veil girls as young as five such as the Rashaida Tribe. Also toddlers will masturbate and so will little kids, as an EMT I had to explain to some panicked parents who called us over that, that it is normal and if concerned go to their doctor. Occupation: Children were often involved in trades they have since been banned from due to health and safety issues. For example, children often went to war in a support function on the front lines and were often killed in those support functions. This doesn't include actual child soldiers. Factory work in the 19th Century and early 20th involved mass child labor under horrid conditions with few if any safety devices. Children often were killed, horrifically maimed, or died from exposure to work chemicals. School paddling is still legal in 19 US States and remains a widespread practice in three of them: Alabama, Arkansas and Mississippi. Georgia, Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas still have routine paddling of students in rural districts. Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Wyoming paddling is not unheard of, but also not illegal. Thus the question goes: Where is the line in addressing these issues. Obviously direct explicit text of children having sex is barred by site rules, but what is the line on how children interact with a highly sexualized world which they know far more than we like to think or acknowledge. Also where is the line on children where they may be potentially harmed or killed. Obviously explicit and graphic depictions of harm would be barred except for legitimate scenes decided on a case by case basis IE a court testimony, police report, etc which are for the legal purpose of solving a crime or providing medical care.