Emancipation and Ages for Moving Out

Can a 16-year-old girl move in with a 20-year-old girl if the 16-year-old has parental permission to live with that friend?

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2005-10-21 22:20:41
2005-10-21 22:20:41

in a word, NO, regardless of what the parents say, a 16 year old is a minor and the resposibility of the parents, any sexual contact, whether condoned by the parents and consented by the 16 year old still constitutes statutory rape, statutory rape is when a minor and a non minor have sexual contact, being the minor is not the age of consent, it is considered rape, but to a lessor degree

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