So, my friend is having some questions about the age of consent laws. She's almost 16, and the guy she wants to get with is 21 or 22 I forget.
I tried to convince her to go with someone more her age, but she's not interested in listening to that.
But she says her mom claims that despite the legal age of consent being 16 here, she still can't legally have sex until she's 18 because she has a mental or medical condition or something.
Basically, she's on anti-depressants. Her "condition." is either Manic or Chronic depression. I forget which.
But that sounds like an excuse to me. Does it hold any truth?
On a site note, while pondering around on the internet, supposedly, should in a case where someone sleeps with someone under the age of consent. If you can prove they were sexually promiscuous prior to the defendant having sex with them.
They couldn't be charged with statutory rape because they claimed not subject to being corrupted by the defendant.
On a somewhat unrelated note. I'm 19 (turning 20 in august) and there's a girl who just turned 16 I'm interested in. Her father told her I was too old for her.
If I pursued a relationship with her anyway, is there anything he could actually do about us going out? Other then grounding her from leaving the house and telling me I can't come over?