Hi there, thanks for your further question about your comments to little girls. Have a look at this page, which explains what constitutes an offense towards a child. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Child_sexual_abuse. You could argue that it isn't a crime, but you would be using a child for sexual pleasure, so I think it would count as a crime.
It is important to try and look at this in different perspectives; i can understand that you are looking at it from the perspective of a male who is hoping that this isn't a crime and therefore can't be punish for it. If you cant be punished, then you may feel that it is ok to say these things and not have any consequences for it. But if you look at it from the childs point of view the child is still spoken to in an indecent way by s stranger and this can cause anxiety
or might terrors. Whether or not it is a crime then becomes immaterial. - it is causing harm to another person, a young vulnerable person who is learning about the world. Is this really what you want to become?
I understand that you have tried to keep this private by masturbating alone, yet there are hidden dangers in this too. Eventually, the images of the child in your head will no longer be enough, and then you may be tempted to watch a child from a distance whilst you do this. Then that will no longer be enough and you will intact with the child for the same arousal. Then you are in very deep water and very deep trouble. You would be much better to find more appropriate adult material to masturbate to. When you get an image of a child in your mind, imagine it in a bubble or balloon above your head and burst it with an enormous pin. Create some kind of negative consequence -cold water falling on your head in an enormous splash, whatever turns you off. This will train your brain to know that this kind of imagery is inappropriate and unacceptable. But this is no substitute for seeing a sexual therapist, which is an absolute emergency for you.
And to follow up the last part of your question about the parent hearing your comments, i think it would depend on what kind of parent it was. If the father heard you, I can imagine he might find it extremely difficult not to hit you, which is then technically assault, but with provocation. When you have children, it stirs up a very maternal or paternal part of you that would do anything to protect your child and it is extremely powerful. A few nights ago, my daughter of 8 leaned some choice words from a teenager in a play barn and I was furious. My daughter said them at our dinner table out loud and I was shocked. Of course the first question is where did
you learn that from? And children don't cover their tracks, they tell the truth. I went to speak with this teenager and he said my children were upsetting his sister. I made my kids apologise but told this young man that he shouldn't be using this language in a toddler area and he apologized. My point is, it's not as secret as you think and parents will follow up what their children say. There is no way a young girl would know the word slut unless someone had said it to her. The bot***** *****ne is, it's wrong, wrong, wrong, and these girls are not in the least bit sexual. You need to grab hold of that adult within you and seek some help, your r life will be so much more enjoyable if you tale control of this before it takes control of you. I hope that helps, I appreciate your payments.