1. Ages of consent in North America - Wikipedia


    The ages of consent in North America for sexual activity vary by jurisdiction. The age of consent in Canada is 16. All U.S. states set their limits between 16 and 18.

  2. NMCSAP | Working to prevent sexual abuse and sexual ...


    The New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs is a comprehensive, one-stop resource center for medical, mental health, law enforcement, and social


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    NEW MEXICO SEXUAL ASSAULT BENCHBOOK This project was supported by Grant No. 2005-WF-AX-0020 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S.

  4. New Mexico Age of Consent Lawyers | LegalMatch Law


    3/23/2015 · In New Mexico, the age of consent is 17 years old for heterosexual acts, and 16 years old for homosexual acts. There's no fee to post your case to local ...

  5. New Mexico Age of Consent Laws « The Age of Consent


    The following information was taken from the New Mexico state statutes website at http://www.conwaygreene.com/nmsu/lpext.dll?f=templates&fn=main-h.htm&2.0

  6. Rush Limbaugh Mocks Sexual Consent: 'Here Come


    10/13/2016 · Rush Limbaugh Mocks Sexual Consent: 'Here Come The Rape Police' Yes, Rush. Consent is the key difference between romance and rape.

  7. Age of consent for sexual intercourse | AVERT


    Age of consent is another way of saying the legal age to have sex. Find out what it means to you - and what happens if you or the person you want to have sex ...

  8. Medical Assessment and Consent - Sexual Assault


    Medical Assessment and Consent Exam Documents. California Adult Sexual Assault Fore nsic Medical Report - Cal OES 2-923 Acute Adult/Adolescent Sexual Assault

  9. The Conversation We Need To Have About Milo, Child Sexual ...


    2/21/2017 · The Conversation We Need To Have About Milo, Child Sexual Abuse, And The Myth Of Consent Children simply cannot consent to sex with adults.

  10. California "Rape" Laws Explained | Penal Code 261 pc


    Penal Code 261 PC, California's rape statute, broadly defines the crime of "rape" as nonconsensual sexual intercourse accomplished by means of threats, force, or ...