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California “Age of Consent” Laws
California “Age of Consent” Laws

The “age of consent” laws define the legal age a male or female must be to provide consent to sexual activity, including intercourse. In California, the age of consent is 18 years old, which means a person who is 17 years old or younger cannot legally consent to sex. It is ...

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