Quoting Will☮Creedence:" I would think it would be statutory because it's usually not the younger one claiming rape, it's the parents. Idk though..."
Quoting lauren [+2] TTC#3:" I would think they mean statutory in the sense that younger people lie about their age (miscommunication) etc."But that is not an accurate blanket statement. That is not the case of the majority of statuatory rapes.
Quoting ~~My Pet Wussy~~:" With date rape there has been a big push to allow for it to be considered rape even if the woman doesn't actually say no. So, I think that could be a miscommunication."That is not what date rape is. Its not an unclear situation. It is defined by "rape committed by a persons escort" It does not speak to intention or situation.
Quoting MommyToWesley:" I would send an e-mail stating "I was taking my exam and noticed that you didn't have a correct answer ... [snip!] ... never considered a 'miscommunication'. Its either yes or no. You don't engage in sex with someone who is unsure or unwilling.""