From my perspective, erotica and sexual fantasies are the playtime for adults. When little kids go around the playground playing Cowboys and Indians, do we judge them to be racist colonialists or promoting savagery? Of course not! The actual worldviews of the kids are not inherently stemming from the sorts of entertainment they enjoy and the games they play. Adults are hardly any different.
Can some peoples' views influence the sort of things they enjoy or hate? Sure, but it is not necessarily true that the person who enjoys BDSM thinks all women should be subservient, or the raceplay lover think that all blacks are nigger thugs or white women black cock sluts, or the nonconsent connoisseur actually want to go out and rape a person. They might simply enjoy the play of these matters in fantasy where it is exciting, safe, and fun to consider them.
If media directly influences peoples' behaviors to the extent of making them racists, sexists, etc, then you must explain why the prevalence of hyper-violent video games in our society has not been creating an increase in violent behavior in real life. In fact violent crimes have been going down as the violence in video games and media has been increasing! That argument came up in the 90's with the anti-game people on the religious right - now it comes up with the PC-police people on the regressive left. It is a fundamentally false position to have because it is not based on reality and how people actually can create and understand the differences between fantasy and reality.
So I think that your concerns that you would be 'corrupting the youth' so to speak are unnecessary. Normal people have a good grasp on fantasy versus reality. My opinion is as an artist your duty is to create your art for the audience, and it is the responsibility of the audience to interpret it as they please. When I write raceplay I write it as a piece of jerk-off fiction, and anyone silly enough to consider it actual political suggestion is mistaken about the medium. And their mistake is not my problem.
If you are comfortable writing were-creatures and magical beasties, then write about them and publish them to the platform that will accept them. I would never suggest writing anything you didn't feel comfortable writing simply for the sake of money - crushing a passion into a miserly labor like that would be simpPost too long. Click here to view the full text.