Thus, it can be assumed that the same rules apply to same-sex couples as they do to opposite sex couples. This is particularly the case in a state with such broad close-in-age provisions.Having sex with a minor in violation of age of consent laws is considered a strict liability offense, so it does not matter if someone had a good-faith, mistaken belief, or even if they were lied to.For instance, it may be in a teenage girl's best interest to receive birth control services without obtaining parental consent.Also, many states have legal procedures by which minors may become emancipated from their parents.If you two have engaged in any sexual activity, you could send your adult paramour to jail.AOC means nothing if the parents of a minor say you cant date then you cant date.No judge in any jurisdiction is going to overrule a parents right to control their child's associations.
It is definitely not illegal for a an eighteen year old to take a fifteen year old to the movies, etc. She may be great company, but you had better be sure.
She is a minor and her parents exert a strong influence in her life.
Granted,you are still only seventeen years old yourself (sex between the two of you is actually still illegal), and you are sincerely interested in her, are you interested enough to wait three years until it is legal for the two of you to have sexual contact? No, it is not illegal to socialize with a minor if there is no sexual activity although you can expose yourself to such an accusation to say nothing of the temptation.
As a result, it is not clear what North Carolina’s age of consent for homosexual conduct is.
However, differentiating between homosexual and heterosexual conduct is decidedly unconstitutional.