I think you made my point for me.
I am very much pro-contact. I think that a good relationship (of any kind) between an adult and a child, provided that both participants are consenting, is a good thing and should be as valuable as any consensual relationship between two children or two adults. I think modern society is so wrong for criminalizing or even discouraging it.
With that said, however, as my past encounter has shown blatantly, such a contact encounter, if ever discovered by outside parties (disapproving guardians, religious leaders, law enforcement officials, or the courts, etc.), often leads to severe psychological damage to the youngest of the illegal lovers. My Little Lover loved me for about three more years after I was incarcerated for pleasuring Her. She even traveled across great distances with Her grandparents to visit me there. Then, when She was just turning 13 and after experiencing psychological counseling of some sort, my Little Lover decided that She had been psychologically damaged by me and never wanted to see me again. We have not had contact for the past 30 years.
I promised myself that, should I ever live in open society (as we have it today), I would never, under any circumstances, expose a little lover to such extreme guilt over love. Thus, when posting articles about me in any appropriate forums (such as this one), I always include the following:
Regarding this post and every post I write about myself describing my past, be advised that I was tried, convicted, sentenced to a very long time in prison, and I served the complete sentence. Be further advised that I am no longer practicing illegal activities today and that I refrain from doing so by my own choice, not from fear of legal entanglements or society's outrage. I remain crime free because I choose to.
And, with that said, I often post this quote from Robert Heinlein, when I am trying to explain my societal contempt:
I am free, no matter what rules surround me. If I find them tolerable, I tolerate them; if I find them too obnoxious, I break them. I am free because I know that I alone am morally responsible for everything I do.
It is this quote that demands that I NOT participate in a forum where individuals are either in legal or emotional trouble... or close to it... and they depend on my to help them with their decisions.
Does this help explain my position?