I was considered to have obsessive-compulsive tendencies but they were minor. The main issue for which I sought therapy was the panic disorder. The depression was secondary to that problem. Once I was able to cope with the panic disorder, the depression consequently lifted.
The attraction does not create much stress, at least not in comparison to the everyday stress that everyone experiences. However, it was cause for some concern. It's not very stressful to me because I know that these are just fantasies and I have no intention of fulfilling them. I just didn't know if it was symptomatic of a deeper issue, but perhaps it's not after all.
Here in the States, the age of consent varies. In my own state, age of consent is 17. 17 is the most common age although there are some states that recognize 16, 15, and even 14 yo olds as having the ability to legally consent. I realize why such laws are in place and I believe that they are necessary for a harmonious society.
I'm not entirely sure that my sexual maturation is a component since I have a rather robust attraction to women my own age. As I said earlier, I do not prefer teenage girls to women my own age, it's simply that they are a part of my sexual proclivities, but they do not have priority over other age groups.
Having spoken to other men my age, I do realize that my sexual "coming of age" occurred at a younger age than most. I suppose I'd have to speak with a therapist to see how that might affect my sexual impulses. The only time I have brought the subject of my libido up to a therapist, I was told that unless it was affecting activities of daily living or getting in the way of healthy relationships it was normal and not to worry over it. Frequent masturbation in concert with normal sexual activities seems to keep me balanced.
Human sexuality is a complicated animal and I know some urges and activities conflict with social norms. Perhaps I'm not that different from many others and shouldn't be unduly worried. Thanks for your responses