By real supporters of the "free-market" do you mean the folks over at mises.org? I would say that the Cato institute lies within the realm of pragmatic Libertarianism. While they do not take an absolute stand with the An-Cap types over at mises.org they do present realistic free-market solutions within our current system.
It should only be a crime if the child asked to be left alone, over and over again, and this individual would not go away.
Doesn't the website have a "block this person" button. If not, it should have it. I can block someone in Skype, email (filter by sender address) and probably can call my cell provider to block a specific number or install some blacklist software to my phone. What I can't do is getting someone to stay away from me IRL (maybe there is some law in my country, I did not need it and hope to never need it). However, in this case, the virtual buyfriend did not exist IRL so it was possible to completely block him.
How do you turn the tap (faucet) on and off? Using a public restroom you're probably leaving with traces of not only your dick on your hands.
The only exception is where you have wash basins with hands free activation.
Shut up you evil, evil, eeeeevil man!
What more proof do you want than President Bush "the Axis of Evil"?
Huh? HUH? HUH?!!!!
Lets see you answer that steep curveball now! HAW HAW
If you're a warrior you jump in and save that priest from the mob of 3 striders...and she runs away instead of healing you.
If you're a druid you start to heal that protection pally who's pulled 5 to many bristlebacks...then you lose agro, he heals himself and finishes off the 2 that killed you.
Eventually you ding 31 and start to realize that your class isn't all that special...but that shaman that just owned your face is!
By the time you hit end game all you really want is a class that can heal, kill or survive...just like everyone else.
Promising costs nothing, it's the delivering that kills you.