it is because anal penetration is illegal no matter who does it. You should contact a legal advisor in your area for a proper determination of law on any questions you might have.
Missouri Revised Statutes Chapter 566 Sexual Offenses Section 566.090 August 28, 1998 Sexual misconduct, first degree, penalties.
Revised Code of Washington Updated again 01-2001: RCW 9A.44.093 "(1) A person is guilty of sexual misconduct with a minor in the first degree when the person has, or knowingly causes another person under the age of eighteen to have, sexual intercourse with another person who is at least sixteen years old but less than eighteen years old and not married to the perpetrator, if the perpetrator is at least sixty months older than the victim, is in a significant relationship to the victim, and abuses a supervisory position within that relationship in order to engage in or cause another person under the age of eighteen to engage in sexual intercourse with the victim." The Age of Consent in Washington is not 18. The statute (shown above) that you are making reference to makes it a crime for a person 60-months or older than the younger person to have sexual intercoarse with the younger person if ALL of the following conditions exist: 1-The older person is in a "significent" relationship with the younger person, AND the older person is in a supervisory relationship within that relationship, AND uses that supervisory position in order to have sexual intercourse with the younger person.
This bill changes 21 years to 19 years or older and 17 years to 16 years of age. This web site and its contents are in no way affiliated, funded, or regulated by any Local, State, Federal or International government agency or governing body.
Subject: Missouri age of concent Date: Fri, -0500 (CDT) From: [removed] i'm sure that the missouri statuates do not permit crimes against nature. Information contained on this site has been provided by readers and/or has been discovered through the research of volunteers.
Whenever in this chapter the criminality of conduct depends upon a victim's being incapacitated, no crime is committed if the actor reasonably believed that the victim was not incapacitated and reasonably believed that the victim consented to the act. Source: Sources: ( Copyright holders: We are not trying to assert any rights to your article.Under current law a person commits the crime of second degree statutory rape if he is 21 years or older and has sexual intercourse with another person who is less than 17 years of age. 693) Effective 1-1-95 CROSS REFERENCE: Child abuse, definitions, actions for civil damages may be brought, when, RSMo 537.046 (1986) This section does not violate the Fourteenth Amendment to the U. Constitution despite the facts that identical conduct which is legal if done by a person of one sex is illegal if done by a person of the other sex, and that such prohibited conduct is a highly intimate activity of private life. Do not write to us requesting our advice or suggestions -- your email will be ignored.