Dan - chances are better than excellent that (pre-pubescent or not - lol!) you don't have the true "Red Snapper" that June is talking about. These days, 99% of the "red snapper" sold in fish markets are most likely one of half a dozen different species - none of which are endangered - but all of which are given the name of "Red Snapper" for marketing purposes. True "Red Snapper" is rarely, if ever, found for sale in the markets these day, unless you're shopping the coastal markets where they are caught.
But since all the counterfeits still have the mild white flesh that true Red Snapper is prized for, please do enjoy your fish without any guilt. If I were you, I'd dress it simply with lemon juice & your herbs of choice & either bake it or broil it before enjoying on your bed of greens. Sounds scrumptious.