Hi there, my name is Jack, and I'm if my little experiment has worked then I am communicating to you from many decades in your future. I've recently been reading about the early 2000's and it's hard for me to imagine the way the world is in your time. In my time the idea of law has been rendered largely obsolete. There is no restriction on what you can do or who or what you do it with, so long as it doesn't start to escalate into group violence. War is the only thing that is really illegal now. And any group violence is considered to fall under that category, mind you, violence takes a lot of effort for people in my era, much less group violence, so it's generally not an issue. If group violence does happen to occur however, a hover-drone is dispatched to the vicinity to shoot all participants. Cost of retrieval and processing of the bodies is billed to the families of the lawbreakers. Bodies are generally just composted, however, in some countries, the fresh ones are screened for contaminants (like recreational drugs) and processed for food. Not something I'm interested in, but to each his own (if you'll excuse the pun). Religion has gone the way of the dinosaur so there's never any objections to what happens to someones corpse when the lights go out. There's all no more silly nonsense about an afterlife, which means we just make the best of life while it lasts and then accept our fate as fertilizer.
Because there are no laws restricting sexual behavior, there is no minimum or maximum age limit for participants, nor are there any restrictions on the species of participants or where the activity is allowed to take place. As I leave work, I frequently see folks on the street doing all manner of stuff. It would probably seem shocking to your prudish society, but it's just normal here. Indeed, a lot has changed over the years, including ideas of physical beauty. In my time, fat is well, PHAT. As long as you are able to get out of your wheelchair and walk, the bigger the better.
Most folks in my time enjoy the freedom of not having to worry about disease or failing organs, since all diseases are curable and organs can be rapidly replaced (although it is rather expensive). Generally, people of my time begin packing on the pounds after they buy their first personal robot. Not to be confused with worker 'bots, these personal robots are only equipped to perform basic tasks, like pushing your wheelchair, retrieving items, and simple meal preparation and cleaning. The wheelchairs we roll in are equipped with a feeding tube that dispenses a variety of your favorite flavored protein drinks, and a mobile theater system, as well as a brainwave scanner for directing your 'bots and external devices like door locks and debit machines. In bad weather, or when the UV index is toxic, we have our bots push us through an underground tunnel network that connects residential buildings and commercial buildings.
Robots are an integral part of life in my time. Not only do they take care of our personal needs, they work for our paychecks as well. Buying a worker 'bot however is very expensive since it basically represents retirement from the workforce. Mind you, one still has to keep their 'bots maintained and insurance is outrageous, but once you buy one, you're good to go. I'm looking to save up for a Lexus 'bot, but may have to lower my expectations if I don't get this raise I've put in for.
Anyhow, that's just a little slice of life in my time, which really might become your time if you're you're younger than say 40ish right now. I thought you might enjoy a glimpse ahead. Anyhow, the charge on this temporal capacitor is almost dead so I gotta sign off.
Why? Cuz I said so, that's why!