Most of us have heard of the rape case involving a young girl (14 at the time of the sexual assault and who has since commited suicide) and the teacher who was given 30 days in jail+time served. Outrage was sparked because the judge intimated that since this wasn't "attack rape" and since the girl was "older than her chronological age" the sentence was justified.
**Edited to add that the teacher was 49 years old at the time.
There was an interesting blog written by a woman who also "consented" to many sexual encounters during her teenage years, almost exclusively with much older men. Her argument is that teens, regardless of promiscuity, regardless of the appearance of consent are incapable of actually consenting because they are not equipped emotionally to do so.
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