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Although it usually refers to adults engaging in sexual contact with minors under the age of consent, it is a generic term, and very few jurisdictions use the actual term statutory rape in the language of statutes. In statutory rape, overt force or threat is usually not present.
Such laws generally apply to a couple whose ages differ by less than a specified number of years.
Individual agencies who have rule making authority are responsible for the promulgation and content of rules and regulations."[R]ules and regulations adopted pursuant to statutory authority have the force and effect of law." Doidge v.
This rationale aims to preserve the marriageability of the girl and to prevent unwanted teenage pregnancy.
Historically, a man could defend himself against statutory rape charges by proving that his victim was already sexually experienced prior to their encounter (and thus not subject to being corrupted by the defendant).
Another argument presented in defense of statutory rape laws relates to the difficulty in prosecuting rape (against a victim of any age) in the courtroom.
Because forced sexual intercourse with a minor is considered a particularly heinous form of rape, these laws relieve the prosecution of the burden to prove lack of consent.