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The CPS rarely prosecutes underage people of similar age, as long as there is no abuse or exploitation.Even though a pregnancy can be seen as ‘evidence’ that underage sex has taken place – they’ll still be looking more at whether there was abuse or exploitation that led to the pregnancy. So the ‘age of consent’ is the age at which, legally, you’re deemed able to make the decision to say ‘yes’ to sex and to engage in sexual activity.In the UK, this is 16 – but you might feel ready earlier or later than that.If you’re under 13 and you’re having sex, or thinking about having sex, please go to Childline for confidential advice and support.Lots of relationships start this way, but unfortunately this is where the law gets REALLY confusing.The size of the age gap between you here could influence this – the bigger a difference in age you have, the more likely the older person will get into trouble.
Before you start having sex, it’s important you understand what giving (and getting) sexual consent means. According to the , it’s a criminal offence for any kind of sexual activity to take place between two people where one or both participants is under 16.
For example, a teacher is breaking the law if they have sex with one of their students, even if they’re over the age of consent (16) but under 18.
The law applies to everyone – gay, straight, lesbian, bi or trans.
It’s not up to your parents to decide if you can break the law.
No matter how relaxed they are about your sex life, it’s still illegal to have sexual contact with someone under 16.
The Government has stressed that the law is intended to protect children from abuse by adult sexual predators, and is not to be used to prosecute teenagers who are close in age for having consensual sex – meaning, both of you want to have sex and don’t feel under pressure.