I mean, what's the difference between wanting to tickle a celebrity and wanting to tickle an e-celebrity? What's the difference between wanting to tickle Gwendoline Christie because I saw her on Game of Thrones and wanting to tickle Jaiden because I saw her on YouTube? Is it just that the e-celeb is more likely to see your degeneracy? Even if they do, people are gonna wanna fuck anything that's attractive. That's where fantasies come in, and what is art if not just a visualization of someone's fantasy? What's the difference between me fantasizing about Jaiden putting her feet up and begging me to tickle them and me drawing that exact same thing? So long as I keep that shit to myself, who is it hurting? So long as I don't ask Jaiden to do that for me, or send her fanart of that implying I want to do it to her personally, it never passes her field of view. When you directly involve the person in question, that's crossing a clear boundary, but what I do in my own time is my own damn business. People who send this shit to them hoping that they'll forbid it are just as bad as people who send it to them hoping they'll embrace it. Just let us sit in our own weird little corner and talk about who we think are cute.
I don't feel like it should be a problem. I don't accept the "they have fans who are kids and the kids might see it", because there's so much worse shit out there on the Internet kids can see. I accidentally found a Flash game on Newgrounds where you brutally murder Bubbles from the Powerpuff Girls. That was an accident I'll never forget. Kids will just wander into weird shit because they don't know any better. It's not on us to just not produce only kid-safe content, it's on us to teach them how to not walk into unsafe things in the first place. It's a hypothetical scare tactic used because the innocence of children is so emotionally resonant to people and I just don't accept it.