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I've always felt that the whole idea behind statutory 'rape' was a bunch of BS. Obviously there is a big difference between it and actual rape as well as a difference between an 18 and 17 year old and a 22 and 13 year old having sex.
The point of this discussion (which was partially brought on by the McCain thread) is should we think about changing (or flat out removing) statutory rape in most cases?
Though I've not personally been in this situation, I've had friends go to jail and be labeled sex offenders for having sex with their (VERY) willing GFs who were (at most) 2 years younger.
Is this just another case of moral (and/or religious) ideals standing in the way of logical judgement?